Tuition Fees and Mandatory Fees

Tuition fee varies depending on the program or course chosen. The detailed tuition fee and mandatory fees are reflected in the appendices.

All full-time programs/courses

     

CAD $ 19,000.00 – 22,000.00

Mandatory fees

     

CAD $ 2,000.00 – 3,000.00

Miscellaneous (optional)

     

CAD $ 200.00 – 500.00

Reservation fee

     

CAD $ 250.00

Application fee

     

CAD $ 250.00

TUITION FEE COLLECTION

The candidate understands that if this contract is terminated after the Program begins, the Institution is entitled to the payment of tuition fees as outlined in Section 17 of the Private Vocational Training Regulation, which is as follows:

     • 25% of the total tuition fees as identified in Part C: Program Cost of this contract if
     • 10% or less of the Program is provided
     • 60% of the total tuition fees as identified in Part C: Program Cost of this contract if more than 10% but less than 50% of the Program is provided
     • 100% if more than 50% of the Program is provided.

The student must understand that if he/she paid more tuition than the Institution is entitled to under Section 17(1), the Institution must refund the candidate the difference. The candidate must understand that any refund that the Institution is required to pay will be paid to the source of payment for my tuition fees (i.e. the student, Government, agency, or person other than the student) and/or to any outstanding student loan where applicable (Section 21 of the Private Vocational Training Regulation). The candidate must understand that the Institution may withhold the candidate’s credential if the candidate does not pay the fee in full at the time of graduation.

REFUND AND WITHDRAWAL POLICY

Applicants and international students who have landed in Canada and received a Canadian study permit based on a valid acceptance letter from the College and/or registered for a place in a Canadian Health and Business College programs are subject to this policy.

The Canadian Health and Business Colleges’ International Student withdrawal/refund policy strictly follows with the Ministry of Innovation and Advance Education Instruction and Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) or the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) guidelines.

To be eligible for refund, the student must submit an official written notice by completing/signing a withdrawal/refund request form (on or before the deadline date. The withdrawal/refund request form is available in the campus.

The reasons(s) for withdrawal must be provided in the form. If the student is transferring to another Canadian College or University, the name of the school must be identified. Funds can be directly transferred to the institution at student’s request. The student is required to inform the Citizenship and Immigration Canada of a school transfer through their website at www.cic.gc.ca

Refunds must be initiated within 30 days of withdrawal. The Financial form must be completed and submitted to the Office of the Registrar. Tuition, other fees, and refunds are assessed in accordance with the College’s fee schedule, refund policies and Alberta Student Contract of Private Career College Branch of Ministry of Advance Education Alberta.

https://www.alberta.ca/assets/documents/ae-alberta-student-enrolment-contract.pdf

The Tuition Refunds section of the Private Career Colleges Branch’s website located at https://www.alberta.ca/tuition-refunds.aspx is as follows:

The Canadian Health and Business College understand that the Institution may charge the candidate a registration fee of up to $250.00, which it must credit toward the candidate’s unpaid tuition fees (Section 14 of the Private Vocational Training Regulation). The Institution may retain this fee if a student does not attend the Program unless:

The candidate terminates this contract within four (4) business days of signing it (Section 15 of the Private Vocational Training Regulation.

The Institution terminates this contract before the Program begins (Section 16(2) (a) of the Private Vocational Training Regulation).

The Program does not begin by the start date in Part C of this contract and the candidate’s choice to terminate this contract as a result (Section 16(2)(b) of the Private Vocational Training Regulation).

The candidate understands that the school cannot require or accept payment of the registration fee until the candidate has signed this student contract and cannot accept payment of any other tuition or any incidental fees before the candidates Program begins (Section 14(2) of the Private Vocational Training Regulation).

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