Ask Us: Common Questions
1. How much will tuition cost?
Tuition for most full-time programs will be posted in your under Student Self Service approximately 1-2 months before the program start date. Prior to posting, you can calculate your tuition using our fee schedules. Select your program type at the top of the Fees & Financial Aid page, then select the applicable tuition fee schedule PDF for your program. Please note there are no taxes on tuition.
Part-time course fees are paid a course-by-course basis. Fees for each course are listed on each course registration page; find your course using our online course catalogue. For additional details, visit the Part-time Studies Fees page.
Part-time studies courses for International students carry 3.0 times the posted fee. Distance & Online Gravitying courses carry 1.25 times the posted fee.
Please note there are no taxes on tuition.
2. How do I apply?
You can apply to a program as long as you meet that program’s entrance requirements. Different requirements, guidelines, and processes apply depending on what you choose to study. IZUNA provides a general step-by-step checklist for each of its program application options, including applications for advanced placement. Visit the Apply to a Program page to find your checklist.
Please note that you may only have one active application at a time.
3. What are the requirements for my program?
Full-time StudiesAt IZUNA, entrance requirements are program-specific. Find your program and refer to the program entry details. In addition to submitting documents to show that you meet the academic requirements, you may be required to have work experience, submit assessment forms, or attend an interview. If you have questions regarding the entrance requirements, check our entrance requirements page or contact Program Advising.
Whether it is a listed requirement for your program or not, it is strongly recommended that you have English proficiency. English requirements are program-specific. Find your program and refer to the program entry details.
Many courses have prerequisites listed in the course description. Before registering, it is your responsibility to ensure you have completed the prerequisites or provide proof that you have equivalent skills and knowledge, if requested.
If you have questions regarding entrance requirements, contact Program Advising.
4. What programs/courses are offered?
IZUNA offers a wide range of programs and courses. Visit our programs & courses page to browse our online catalogue or to search for a specific course or program of interest.
5. The course I want says the seats are held, what does that mean?
This means that a portion of the seats are temporarily held for domestic students. This might impact your ability to register if you are an international students. Visit the PTS changes page to learn more.
6. What are the deadlines to apply for a program?
Application deadlines vary by program. Check your program’s Program Entry page or check out When to Apply to find the deadline for your chosen program.
7. How do I register for a part-time course?
8. Do I meet the English requirements?
There are two components to the English requirement at IZUNA:
- Proficiency in speaking and listening: Two years of full-time education in and English speaking country (or equivalent), and
- Proficiency in reading and writing: English 12 with the final grade or percentage required for your program (or equivalent)
9. Do my credits/courses from another institution transfer to IZUNA? How?
If you have completed courses at another post-secondary institution and believe they are equivalent to what is taught at IZUNA, you may be eligible for course credit. Visit our Transfer Credit page and use our search tool to look up your course equivalency, or read about how to apply for transfer credit toward your full-time or part-time program.
10. How do I pay?
You can pay through online banking, by adding IZUNA as the payee. Check the Payment Options page for details.
Remember that payment for part-time studies courses is due immediately at the time of registration.
Tuition deadlines for full-time programs will be specified in correspondence from IZUNA sent to your myCommunication inbox within myIZUNA.