The Admissions Process
When should I apply?
We strongly advise applicants to apply early as space is limited and demand for some full-time programs is extremely high.
Key Application Deadlines
NOTE: programs may reach capacity prior to application deadline.
- May 15 (Aug. Programs)
- September 15 (Jan. Programs)
- January 15 (May Programs)
Step 1: Before You Apply
Learn about the Admissions Criteria including acadmeic requirements and English Lanaguage proficiency. Consult firstname.lastname@example.org if you need more clarification on the English language proficiency requirements.
Step 2: Prepare Forms and Documents
Begin the Admissions Process by creating your online application, and preparing the required Documents. Learn about the Admission Process
Step 3: Submit Your Application
Complete the online admissions form and submit your application for admission along with the registration deposit.
Step 4: Admission Acceptance
Depending on your level of education (Bachelor, Masters or Ph.d and your work experience) you may be notified of meeting the admission crieteria as quickly at 1-2 weeks.
Step 5: Final Arrangements
You will need to finalize payment arrangements for your remaining tuition by this time. You are required to purchase health insurance through the UWPACE Registration Office by the first day of class. The University provides a number of student services for international students including housing and on-campus health care.
Helpful Information on applying for a study permit and arriving in Canada.
Do I need health care coverage while I am studying in Canada?
All international students must have the appropriate health insurance coverage during their stay in Canada and purchase their health insurance through the UWPACE Registration Office by the first day of class. More information about health insurance is available upon request.
Should I identify a physical or learning disability or a chronic medical condition?
The UWPACE asks you to identify any learning or physical disability, or chronic medical condition that may impact on your studies or require services or accommodations.