Finalizing Your Finances
How and when do I pay my fees?
You must pay the registration deposit and the first tuition installment at time of program application and finalize tuition arrangements by the program start date. You will receive your class schedule after finalizing payment.
Payment options include:
- Wire transfer funds to the University of Winnipeg bank account using PeerTransfer.
- Pay the tuition balance when you arrive, this can be done at our Registration Office with cash, Interact, or credit card.
Note: Please inquire with your financial institution regarding any daily withdrawal limits associated with your Interac and credit cards prior to arrival in Canada to avoid inconvenience.
What information do I need to wire transfer of funds to the University of Winnipeg bank account?
Is there a waiting list once the program fills up?
Once the program is full, new applicants are placed on a waiting list in order of receipt of their applications and are notified in writing of their waiting list status. Seats may become available in the event of a voluntary withdrawal or unsuccessful funding application. When a space opens, the first person on the waiting list is offered the vacated seat.
What services do you have for international students?
The University of Winnipeg provides a number of academic and support services to international students to help ease the cultural transition and support academic success in a new learning and living environment. These services include student housing, counseling services, an exercise facility, and community health services on campus.
The University of Winnipeg Housing Office provides a number of accommodation options to students who require housing. To view these accommodation options, please go to the website at: http://uwincampuslife.wordpress.com/prospective-residents/housing-options to learn more.
University Health Care Services
Klinic Student Health Services operates a satellite medical office on campus that provides primary health care, information, and referrals to students in support of healthy lifestyles.