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VANCOUVER, CANADA

CAPILANO UNIV ERSITY

INTERNATIONAL

2015 - 2016

INFO & FEE GUIDE

CAPILANO UNIVERSITY FACTS

Public university founded in 1968


Accredited degree-granting
Northwest Commission on Colleges
and Universities (American accreditation)
Colleges and Institutes Canada
(CICan membership)
Education Quality Assurance
(EQA approved)
Languages Canada Accreditation
8,813 students enrolled in credit programs
Nearly 1,000 international students from
64 countries (2014/15 year)
Park-like environment within 20-40 minutes
of downtown Vancouver
Known for small classes taught by
professional faculty with relevant experience
Centre for International Experience the
international students home away from home
Amazing leadership and mentorship program
helping new international students transition
to the university and later become leaders
or mentors

STUDY OPTIONS

Post Graduate Diplomas (1 or 2 years)


Bachelor Degrees (4 years)
Associate Degrees (2 years)
Arts and Sciences Transfers (1 or 2 years)
Certificates and Diplomas (1 and 2 years)
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
Academic Pathways (Bridge) programs
(8 months)

VANCOUVER, CANADA

Urban city of almost 2.5 million people


3rd largest city in Canada
Located on the west coast of Canada
Location of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games
Consistently ranked as a most liveable city
Excellent tourist destination for students
family and friends
Mild climate
Multicultural community with diverse:
Cultures
Arts and entertainment
Easy access to nearby ocean and mountains

CAPILANO UNIVERSITY | CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

capilanou.ca/international

CAPILANO UNIVERSITY

INTERNATIONAL TUITION FEES

2015-2016

INTERNATIONAL APPLICATION FEE: $135


Academic Tuition fees based on $550 per credit
(most courses are 3 credits)
English for Academic Purposes tuition fees
based on: $446 per (non-academic) credit

BACHELOR DEGREE
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
DIPLOMA
POST-BACCALAUREATE OR
GRADUATE DIPLOMA
CERTIFICATE
YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

TOTAL

ARTS PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Arts - Applied Behaviour Analysis (Autism)

20,443

20,713

18,821

18,821

76,096

17,470

17,470

15,110

17,133

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Degree

17,605

17,740

Associate of Arts Degree

17,470

17,470

34,940

Associate of Arts Degree - Applied Ethics

17,470

17,470

34,940

Associate of Arts Degree - Art History

17,470

17,470

34,940

Associate of Arts Degree - Creative Writing

17,470

17,470

34,940

Associate of Arts Degree - English

17,470

17,470

34,940

Associate of Arts Degree - Psychology

17,470

17,470

34,940

General Studies Diploma

17,470

17,470

34,940
34,940

Applied Behaviour Analysis (Autism) Post-Baccalaureate Diploma

32,244
72,988

SCIENCES & ENGINEERING PROGRAMS

Associate of Science Degree

17,470

17,470

Associate of Science Degree - Biology

18,570

18,570

Engineering - First Year

24,070

Engineering Transition Diploma

17,470

37,140
24,070
35,490

18,020

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Bachelor of Business Administration Degree

17,470

17,470

Business Administration Diploma

17,470

17,470

Business Administration Advanced Diploma - Accounting & Finance

17,470

17,470

18,821

18,821

72,582
34,940
53,491

18,551

Business Administration Advanced Diploma - General Management

17,470

17,470

18,820

53,759

Business Administration Advanced Diploma - International Business &


Logistics

17,470

17,470

18,820

53,759

Business Administration Advanced Diploma - Marketing

17,470

17,470

18,551

53,491

Business Administration Advanced Diploma - Strategic Human


Resources Management

17,470

17,470

18,551

53,491

11,257

11,257

North American Business Management Post-Baccalaureate Diploma

22,522

22,522

North American Business Management Applied Post-Baccalaureate


Diploma

22,522

5,553

28,075

North American and International Management Graduate Diploma

22,522

22,021

44,543

Retail Marketing Certificate

17,470

Accounting Assistant Diploma

19,120

17,470

36,590

Accounting Assistant Certificate

19,120

Business Administration Certificate

17,470
19,120

Business Fundamentals Certificate

8,851

8,851

Business Administration Pathway

19,120

19,120

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION

Bachelor of Communication Studies Degree

17,470

17,470

Communication Studies Diploma

17,470

17,470

Magazine Publishing Certificate (1 semester)

12,021

18,281

18,146

71,366
34,940
12,021

BACHELOR DEGREE
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
DIPLOMA
POST-BACCALAUREATE OR
GRADUATE DIPLOMA
CERTIFICATE
YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

TOTAL

SCHOOL OF LEGAL STUDIES

19,714

19,714

74,900

Bachelor of Legal Studies (Paralegal) Degree

17,698

17,774

Paralegal Diploma

19,677

22,392

Paralegal Certificate

18,399

18,399

Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate

18,295

18,295

42,069

SCHOOL OF GLOBAL STEWARDSHIP

17,470

17,470

34,940

Human Kinetics Diploma - Exercise Science

17,470

17,470

34,940

Human Kinetics Diploma - Physical Education

17,470

17,470

34,940

Outdoor Recreation Management Diploma

19,883

17,505

37,388

Mountain Bike Operations Certificate

19,662

19,662

Advanced Wilderness Leadership Certificate

31,588

31,588

Associate of Arts Degree - Global Stewardship


SCHOOL OF HUMAN KINETICS

SCHOOL OF OUTDOOR RECREATION MANAGEMENT

SCHOOL OF TOURISM MANAGEMENT

17,993

17,544

Tourism Management Co-operative Education Diploma

17,993

17,544

35,537

Tourism Management for International Students Diploma

21,573

14,464

36,037

Tourism Marketing Citation

18,821

18,146

72,504

Bachelor of Tourism Management Degree

11,125

11,125

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & CHILDHOOD STUDIES

Bachelor of Early Childhood Care and Education Degree

18,845

Early Childhood Care and Education Post-Baccalaureate Diploma

19,244

Early Childhood Care and Education Diploma

18,845

Early Childhood Care and Education Pathway

17,470

Education Assistant Certificate

16,920

18,737

19,244

73,745
19,244

18,906

37,751

11,153

9,081

20,234

11,961

14,716

17,470

SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH

Bachelor of Music Therapy Degree


(Year 4 includes $8,851 fees for 5th year practicum)
Health Care Assistant Certificate

13,251

Rehabilitation Assistant Diploma

18,295

21,996

29,197

77,870
13,251

18,295

36,590

17,470

34,940

SCHOOL OF ACCESS & ACADEMIC PREPARATION

Education and Employment Access Certificate

6,040

Community Leadership and Social Change Diploma

17,470

Community Capacity Building Citation


Discover Employability Certificate

6,040

3,621

3,621

14,166

14,166

7,291

7,291

English for Academic Purposes 090 (1 semester)

5,953

5,953

English for Academic Purposes 100/101 (1 semester)

5,001

5,001

English for Academic Purposes 090 plus 1


EAP/Arts and Sciences or Business Administration Combined

7,603

7,603

English for Academic Purposes 100/101 plus 2


EAP/Arts and Sciences or Business Administration Combined

8,301

8,301

English for Academic Purposes 050 - 080 (1 semester/level)

Business Administration Pathway

19,120

19,120

Early Childhood Care and Education Pathway

17,470

17,470

BACHELOR DEGREE
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
DIPLOMA
POST-BACCALAUREATE OR
GRADUATE DIPLOMA
CERTIFICATE
YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

TOTAL

IDEA SCHOOL OF DESIGN

Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication Degree (IDEA)

23,516

25,120

24,318

24,318

97,273

29,776

26,801

25,236

109,494

SCHOOL OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS

Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts Degree

27,680

Cinematography for Film and Video (under review)

22,470

Costuming for Stage and Screen Diploma

26,270

Documentary Certificate

24,880

Indigenous Independent Digital Filmmaking Diploma

22,402

22,470
47,163

20,893

24,880
21,879

44,281
2,765

Lighting for Digital Imaging and Film (1 semester)

2,765

2D Animation Diploma

28,116

28,546

56,662

29,537

29,502

59,040

32,895

32,895

65,789

19,231

20,056

3D Animation for Film and Games Diploma


Animation Fundamentals Citation

4,472

4,472

Digital Visual Effects Diploma


SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS

Bachelor of Performing Arts Degree


Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies Degree
Jazz Studies Diploma

24,220

23,710

Music Diploma

20,621

20,621

Conducting in Music Certificate

12,806

Arts and Entertainment Management Diploma

16,781

Advanced Arts and Entertainment Management Certificate

19,878

22,178
78,424
47,930
41,242
12,806
37,372

20,591

21,407

12,633

8,774

20,449

24,119

24,740

Musical Theatre Diploma

22,414

22,497

22,962

Technical Theatre Diploma

20,119

22,180

Acting for Stage and Screen Diploma

22,178
19,258

69,307
67,872
42,298

ESTIMATED FEES ARE ROUNDED AND INCLUDE

STUDENTS SHOULD ALSO PLAN FOR

Tuition Surcharges

Lodging/Food (monthly)

1,000

Term Enrolment

27.03

Miscellaneous (clothing, entertainment, etc)

300

Student Union Fees

94.64

Books

300

U-Pass BC

152

Medical Insurance (monthly) *

72

Student Services & Technology Fee

95

180

Annual CSU Health and Dental Plan Fee

232.52

*New international students must buy medical


insurance at Capilano U for 90 days

NOTES:
1. Programs in red are post-degree programs.

APPLICATION PROCESS
1
2

Apply online at: capilanou.ca/apply

Submit English translations for any documents submitted


not in English

Submit proof of English proficiency

For admissions review, submit unofficial documents from


all secondary and post-secondary institutions to
inted@capilanou.ca (include your name and student number)

a. Direct Admission (most programs)


TOEFL (iBT 83, CBT 220, PBT 560) or
IELTS 6.5 (no band under 6.0)
CAEL (70)
b. See language requirement for EAP and Pathway programs

Submit all other supporting documents such as portfolio,


resums and letter of intent, as requested by the department
or indicated on our website under each programs specific
application requirements.

Official documents must be submitted before the start


of class by mail or in person to:
Centre for International Experience
Capilano University
2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver, BC
Canada V7J 3H5

APPLICATION DEADLINES
TERM

EARLY APPLICATION
DEADLINE

DOCUMENT
DEADLINE

FALL (September)

March 31

May 31

SPRING (January)

September 15

October 15

SUMMER (May)

January 31

February 15

Capilano University accepts international students for


all programs.
International admissions for Arts and Sciences, Business,
EAP and Pathway programs are done by the Centre for
International Experience within 2 4 weeks for complete
applications. Includes application, application fee, all
transcripts, and (except for EAP) proof of language
competency.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Capilano University
Centre for International Experience
2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver, BC
Canada V7J 3H5
Telephone: +1.604.990.7914/ +1.604.990.7863
Fax: +1.604.983.7576
Email: IntEd@capilanou.ca
capilanou.ca/international
facebook.com/CapilanoUniversityCIE
Contact Information (India)
subcontinent1@capilanou.ca

International admissions for programs with competitive GPAs,


portfolios, interview or other similar requirements are based
on department review. Some departments admit throughout
the year while others admit in February or May.

Early applications to Capilano University are encouraged.

ACCOMMODATIONS
Rental housing: csu.bc.ca/housing
Homestay: info@qualityhomestay.com
Furnished accommodation: info@studenthotel.ca
These private sources for accommodation are provided as a service to students.
Capilano University does not verify the information in these listings, nor are the
properties subject to any form of University inspection.

ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES (EAP) LEVELS


INTERMEDIATE

EAP 050

EAP 060

ADVANCED

EAP 070

EAP 080

ACADEMIC TRANSITION

Placement is based on results of the Capilano University


English Placement Test

EAP 090

Students in Academic Transition levels may qualify to


register for additional academic courses

EAP 100 & 101

ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES (EAP) OPTIONS


EAP ACADEMIC OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS *

EAP Levels 050-080


$7,291

20 hours of EAP class per week. Includes


reading, vocabulary, writing, grammar, listening
and speaking

Placement is based on results from the Capilano


University Placement test

EAP 090
$5,953

16 hours of EAP class per week.

EAP 080 with a minimum grade of B; or EAP placement


test results at EAP 090 level; or IELTS 5.5 (no band under
5.0); or TOEFL (iBT 67, CBT 190, PBT 520); or ELA 114

EAP 090 Plus 1 *


$7,603

Students at this EAP level may take one additional academic course from the Arts, Sciences
or School of Business.

EAP 080 with a minimum grade of B; or EAP placement


test results at EAP 090 level; or IELTS 5.5 (no band under
5.0); or TOEFL (iBT 67, CBT 190, PBT 520); or ELA 114

EAP 100 & 101 + ENGL 100 *


$5,550

8 hours of EAP class per week plus 4 hours


university transfer ENGL 100

EAP 090 with a minimum grade of B; or EAP placement


test results at EAP 100/101 level; or IELTS 6.0 (no band
under 5.5); or TOEFL (iBT 71, CBT 197, PBT 530); or ELA 128

EAP 100 & 101 + 1 course *


$5,550

Students at this EAP level may take one or two


additional academic courses from the Arts,
Sciences or School of Business

EAP 090 with a minimum grade of B; or EAP placement


test results at EAP 100/101 level; or IELTS 6.0 (no band
under 5.5); or TOEFL (iBT 71, CBT 197, PBT 530); or ELA 128

EAP 100 & 101 + 2 courses *


$7,200

Students at this EAP level may take one or two


additional academic courses from the Arts,
Sciences or School of Business

EAP 090 with a minimum grade of B; or EAP placement


test results at EAP 100/101 level; or IELTS 6.0 (no band
under 5.5); or TOEFL (iBT 71, CBT 197, PBT 530); or ELA 128

* Students adding course(s) to EAP must also meet program admission requirements.

PATHWAY PROGRAM OPTIONS (BRIDGE PROGRAMS)


EAP ACADEMIC OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS *

Early Childhood Care and


Education Pathway
$17,470 (two terms)

Earn 12 credits towards the ECCE diploma or


degree:
Term 1: EAP 090, EDUC 178
Term 2: EAP 100 & 101, ENGL 100, EDUC 173,
EDUC 221

EAP 080 with a minimum grade of B; or EAP


placement test results at EAP 090 level; or IELTS 5.5 (no
band under 5.0); or TOEFL (iBT 67, CBT 190, PBT 520); or
ELA 114

Business Administration
Pathway
$19,120 (two terms)

Earn 15 credits toward the Business


diploma or degree:
Term 1: EAP 090, BADM 101, BCPT 123
Term 2: EAP 100 & 101, ENGL 100, BADM 102,
BFIN 141

EAP 080 with a minimum grade of B; or EAP


placement test results at EAP 090 level; or IELTS 5.5 (no
band under 5.0); or TOEFL (iBT 67, CBT 190, PBT 520); or
ELA 114

PATHWAY PARTNER SCHOOLS

CURRENT PATHWAY PARTNER SCHOOLS

LEVEL

Students who receive a minimum of 73% or a B in the specified level at a pathway partner school (see chart) will meet the English language requirement for
entry to the:
EAP 090 plus 1, Arts and Sciences or Business Administration
Combined
ECCE Pathway
Business Administration Pathway
Tourism Management International (TMI) Diploma

Canadian College of English Language

CCEL 130

ELS Language Centers

ELS 109

Eurocentres

Level 6

Inlingua International

Level 4A

International Language Academy of


Canada (ILAC)

ILAC 13

Achievement in one additional (higher) level than the specified level for a
partner school may meet the language requirement for:
North American Business Management Applied Baccalaureate Diploma
North American and International Management Graduate Diploma/
MSc U of Hertfordshire (includes a Study Abroad experience in the UK)

International Language Schools of Canada

ILSC I-4

Kaplan International English

CI

King George International College

KGIC 5
(EPE)