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Admissions

Registration

 

Registration

Overseas Applications
1. Fill out an International Student Application Form, Office Index Card and Student I.D. Form at the registrar;
2. Provide overseas transcripts and report cards to indicate the prerequisites for the registration level;
3. Pay the registration fee;
4. The 1st Letter of Acceptance and Tuition Payment Request will be issued and sent to the applicant for passport application and tuition payment transfer
5. Fax the tuition payment transfer receipt to our school
6. The 2nd Letter of Acceptance and Official Receipt will be issued to the applicant for visa application;
7. When the student visa is granted, inform the school of the applicant's homestay request two weeks before arrival, and arrange the arrival date and flight number for airport pickup at least one week ahead.

Student Permit Application:
For the student authorization application procedure and documents requirements, please check the Citizenship and Immigration of Canada web site.

Local Applications
1. Fill out an Application Form, Office Index Card and Student I. D. Form at the registrar;
2. Provide transcripts and/or record of prerequisites for selected courses;
3. Provide three photos taken with the past 6 months;
4. Pay fees in full at the Financial Department
5. Note dates of semester (both beginning and ending dates), and obtain an appropriate timetable;
6. Purchase texts as recommended by the subject teacher.
7. Part time students need to fill out the permission form.

Student Authorization Application:
For the student authorization application procedure and documents requirements, please check the Citizenship and Immigration of Canada web site.

Tuition Fees and Other Costs

 

Tuition Fees and Other Costs
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Secondary School Program

Visa Students

Registration Fee CAD $200.00
Tuition Fee (1 year, 8 Credits) CAD $16,800.00 
Additional Credit CAD $1,500.00
IELTS Preparation Course (Optional)  CAD $ 1,280.00 - $2,180.00

 

Local Students
Registration Fee CAD $ 100.00 (One Time Charge)
Canadian Citizen / Landed Immigrant
Permanent Resident / Refugee
CAD $ 980.00 per course
 

ESL Program

Local Students Registration Fee CAD $ 100.00
Overseas Students Registration Fee CAD $ 200.00


Intensive Program

1 month CAD $ 1,200.00
2 months CAD $ 2,400.00
3 months CAD $ 3,400.00
4 months CAD $ 4,600.00
5 months CAD $ 5,800.00
6 months CAD $ 6,800.00

Each additional month after 6 months will be CAD $1,000 per month.

Semi-Intensive Program

1 month CAD $ 1,000.00
2 months CAD $ 2,000.00
3 months CAD $ 2,800.00
4 months CAD $ 3,800.00
5 months CAD $ 4,800.00
6 months CAD $ 5,600.00

Each additional month after 6 months will be CAD $800 per month.

Summer ESL Program

4 Weeks (3.5 day trip to Eastern Canada) CAD $ 4,200.00
4 Weeks (3.5 day trips to Eastern Canada & New York City) CAD $ 4,600.00

 2, 3, 5 and 6 week options are also available. Please inquire for pricing.

 

Annual Residence Fees   

Shared room (Double Occupancy) CAD $ 7,200.00 per person

Private Single Room

 

Residence Security Deposit

CAD $ 9,000.00 per person

 

CAD $ 1,000.00 (refundable)


Other Fees

Health Insurance (mandatory) CAD $ 500.00 (one calendar year)
Homestay Placement fee CAD $ 100.00
Guardianship CAD $ 1,000.00 (Per Year)
Activity Fees CAD $ 200.00 (Per Year)
Textbooks Approximately CAD $300 per semester

 

Textbooks Purchase and Refund

All the students are required to purchase the necessary textbooks for each course. If the textbooks are returned to the School in good condition, at end of the course, the School will refund 70% of the value of the textbook (value when purchased) with receipt, 50% will be refunded if there is no receipt. If a book is returned late (i.e. After another semester has passed), students may not be eligible for a refund.

 

The prices are subject to change without prior notice.

 

Payment Information and policy

 

Payment Information and Policy 

Overseas Students

1. Overseas students must pay fees in full in order to be eligible for acceptance. The Registration Fee and Tuition Fee must accompany the Application Form. The Registration Fee is non-refundable. Fees must be paid in full by certified cheque, cash or bank draft only and should be made payable to:


McDONALD INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY
The Royal Bank of Canada
Dundas & Spadina Branch
500 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5T 1G9
CAD Account # 1003367
Transit # 06752003
Swift code: ROYCCAT2


2. Upon receipt of full payment of Tuition Fee and Registration Fee, a Letter of Acceptance and Receipt will be issued.

Refund Policy
1. Once the student has been accepted by the school and paid Tuition Fees in full, there will be no refund except under the following condition:
I. When a student is unable to obtain a valid student visa or passport to enter Canada, the said student will receive a full refund of tuition fees(if applicable). The Registration Fee is not refundable.
2. In order to be eligible for a refund, the student must provide the following:
I. A letter in writing requesting a refund, signed by the student
II. Proof of a visa rejection issued by the Canadian Embassy or High Commission
III. All the original documents including all receipts issued by the school
3. If a student is granted a student visa and decides not to study at our school, there will be no tuition refunds under any conditions.
4. There will be no refund under any conditions if the student’s visa application is refused, and he/she does not apply for a refund within 15 months from the date of admission.

Local Students
School Policy
1. All tuition and other fees should be paid in full within the first two weeks (1 week for summer school/fast track) of the semester. For those students who pay the fee later than the second week (1 week for summer school/fast track) of the semester, a $30 late charge will be applied to each selected course. If tuition fees are paid after the first 4 weeks (2 weeks for summer school/fast track) of the semester, a $60 late charge will apply to each selected course. If tuition fees are paid later than 8 weeks (4 weeks for summer school/fast track) after the start of the semester, a $100 late charge will apply to each selected course.
2. The Application Fee and Tuition Fee must be submitted with the Application Form; the Application Fee is non-refundable. Fees must be paid in full by cheque, cash or bank draft only and should be made payable to:

McDONALD INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY
The Royal Bank of Canada
Dundas & Spadina Branch
500 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5T 1G9
CAD Account # 1003367
Transit # 06752003
Swift code: ROYCCAT2


There will be a $30.00 charge for bounced cheques. The school will accept cash only for any school fee from a student with a history of paying with bounced cheques.

3. All fees are non-transferable under any conditions.
4. The student is required to purchase the necessary textbooks for each course. If the textbooks are returned to the School in good condition, at end of the course, the School will refund 70% of the value of the textbook (value when purchased) with receipt, 50% will be refunded if there is no receipt. If a book is returned late (i.e. After another semester has passed), students may not be eligible for a refund.
5. The student is expected to maintain good attendance and participate in class for 110 hours in order to acquire a credit. If he/she misses five classes, he/she may be dropped from the class and receive no tuition refund.
6. Courses paid in advance are valid for only one year from the date of payment.

Refund Policy
1. If a student decides to drop a course for a valid reason before or within the first week (three days for the summer school) of the semester, 70% of the Tuition Fee will be refunded. If the student drops out within two weeks (five days for the summer school), 50% of the Tuition Fee will be refunded. After two weeks of the semester, there will be no refund.
2. In the event that a Letter of Acceptance is issued on behalf of a student for visa or passport extension purposes, there will be no tuition refund unless the extension is rejected. Proof from Canadian Immigration or Embassies must be provided in order to receive a refund.
3. The prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Standard of Conduct

 

Standard of Conduct

Respect
All school members must:
• Respect and comply with all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws;
• Demonstrate honesty and integrity;
• Respect difference in people, their ideas and opinions;
• Treat one another with dignity and respect at all times, and especially when there is disagreement;
• Respect and treat others fairly, regardless of their race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability;
• Respect the rights of others;
• Show proper care and regard for school property and the property of others;
• Take appropriate measures to help those in need;
• Respect persons who are in a position of authority;
• Respect the need of others to work in an environment of learning and teaching.

Physical Safety
Weapons
All school members must:
• Not be in possession of any weapon, including but not limited to firearms;
• Not use any object to threaten or intimidate another person;
• Not cause injury to any person with an object.

Alcohol and Drugs
All school members must:
• Not be possession of, or under the influence of, or provide others with, alcohol or illegal drugs.

Physical Aggression
All school members must:
• Not inflict or encourage others to inflict bodily harm on another person;
• Seek staff assistance, if necessary, to resolve conflict peacefully.

Code of Conduct
We believe in a safe, positive learning environment free from fear, prejudice and interface. We expect all staff, students, parents and visitors to show respect for: Learning, Property, Others, Environment, Authority.

Attendance Policy

 

Attendance Policy

Remember that regular attendance and daily effort are needed to success!
Attendance is taken in each class. If a student misses a test or exam they may be asked to supply a medical certificate for the absence.

Regular attendance at school is critical for the student’s learning and achievement of course expectations. Where, in a teacher’s judgment, a student’s frequent absences from school are jeopardizing his or her successful completion of a course, the teacher shall, when possible, meet with the student to explain the potential consequences of the absence, including failure to gain credit, and discuss steps that could be taken to improve attendance.

After that, if the student’s attendance continues to be unsatisfactory, the teacher can request the principal to counsel the student, or to demit him or her from the class.