TUITION AND FEES

FEE SCHEDULE 2018-2019
MAIN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS TUITION
PU Prestigious University Preparation (Grade 9 to 12)$29,256 CAD / academic year, 8 credits
UP Intensive University Preparation (Grade 9 to 12)$19,976 CAD / academic year, 8 credits
AD Art and Design University or College Preparation (Grade 9 to 12)$19,976 CAD / academic year, 8 credits
ELECTIVE COURSESTUITION
ESL (English As A Second Language) Total 5 Levels, 210 hours / each level (7 weeks)$2,980 / 7 weeks
EAP (English for Academic Purpose) Total 3 Levels, 240 hours / each level (5 weeks)$2,980 / 5 weeks
IELTS Total 2 levels, 224 hours / each level (14 weeks)$2,680 / 14 weeks
Art Portfolio Preparation$1,000 / One school year
Summer credit course$2,497 / credit
MANDATORY FEESFEES
APPLICATION FEE / High School Program$100(One-time)
STUDENT SERVICE FEE
(Airport pickup, Accommodation arrangement, custodian arrangement, settlement and orientation service)
$500 (One-time)
HEALTH INSURANCE (Grade 9 to 12)$650(annual)
FACILITIES FEE (Grade 9 to 12)$500 (annual)
TECHNOLOGY FEE (Grade 9 to 12)$300(annual)
OTHER SERVICES AND FEESFEES
CUSTODIANSHIP (mandatory for all high school students)Please contact your agent or TIC
HOMESTAYApproximately $1,600 / month
DORMITORY$1,800 / month
TEXTBOOK and RESOURCE FEEApproximately $800 (annual)
GRADUATION FEE$200 (Grade 12)

Additional Costs

Additional costs include school uniforms, textbooks, transportation, and participation in school trips, sports teams, and co-curricular activities.
At the orientation, the TIC student counsellor will provide detailed information and guidance for the above additional fees.

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CONTACT US

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada M2H 2N5
Tel.: (416)498-9299 Fax: (416)498-8366
Email: adm@ticedu.ca

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2020-03-31
Good afternoon Toronto International College extended family,
 
 
Schools in Ontario will remain closed until at least early May as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce made the announcement at a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
“Effective immediately, we have extended the order to close publicly funded schools until at least May 1st for teachers and May 4th for students. We’ve also extended the closure of private schools and child-care centres for another two weeks,” Ford said.
The closures for private schools and daycares were extended by only two weeks as that order comes under the provincial state of emergency declaration, which is effective in two-week increments. Toronto International College will follow suit with the public system while continuing to offer normal scheduling of live classes online.
https://globalnews.ca/news/6755700/coronavirus-ford-government-e-learning-covid-19/
Thank you for following enforced, social distancing and public health intervention measures to return to our normal routines as soon as possible. Take care of each other and have a healthy, productive week!
 
Regards,
[Message from the Dean – Toronto International College]

Kris Kranics B.S., B.Ed., M.Ed., O.C.T.

Dean, Toronto International College
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