International Student (Outside the USA) – Application & Enrollment Process

International Student (Outside the USA) – Application & Enrollment Process

international students

 

We are so pleased you are considering Booth University College. We look forward to assisting you through the steps in the application and admissions process, and ultimately, welcoming you to our student community once you are accepted. The application process is simple and can be found below; but if you have questions or require additional information, please contact Booth University College’s Admissions office directly.

Purchasing International Student Health Plan coverage is mandatory for all international students registered at Booth University College. You do not need to register or apply for the International Student Health Plan as this will be done automatically and will be included in your fee payments. The Plan will provide 12-months of coverage from September 1st through August 31st at a cost of $730.00 (single student). Full details here.

Join Booth University College in Seven Simple Steps:

1. DECIDE ON A PROGRAM

2. review booth university college’s entrance requirements

3. Apply to booth university college (By april 30th)

SCHOLARSHIPS DEADLINE:

To guarantee eligibility for scholarships, you are encouraged to apply by our May 12th priority deadline.

FINAL DEADLINE:

The final deadline to apply for the fall semester is July 31st.

  • In as little as ten minutes, you can fill out an online application.
    Are you applying to the Bachelor of Social Work degree program? Applying for admission to Booth University College and applying for admission to the Social Work degree program are two separate processes and both are required.  Applications for admission to the Bachelor of Social Work degree program are due no later than April 30th. Visit the Social Work degree program admission page for details.
  • Apply for residence online. If you are planning to live on campus, please visit our Residence page. Complete your application for residence through your myBoothUC.ca account.
  • Questions? Click Here For Live Chat with Admissions

4. ARRANGE FOR OFFICIAL transcripts

  • Arrange for all of your official transcripts to be sent to Booth University College’s admissions office, including high school and all college or university records.
  • Transcripts should be placed in an envelope and sealed by the issuing institution. Do not open the envelope(s). Please make arrangements to have these transcript(s) sent directly from the issuing school to our Admissions Office.

5. Accept offer of admission with a tuition deposit

When you are offered admission to Booth University College, a letter of acceptance will be mailed to you. To confirm your acceptance, a non-refundable $500 tuition deposit will be required:

6. Apply for a study permit

  • To apply for a study permit, you will need a letter of acceptance from a designated learning institution. You need to include the Designated Learning Institution number (DLI #), which is the number that begins with the letter “O”, on your application form.   Booth University College’s DLI # is O19147992362.
  • Please visit the Government of Canada’s Citizen and Immigration page regarding applying to study in Canada.

7. Attend a two-day orientation for international students.

International students should arrive in time to attend the International Student Orientation on Thursday, 30 August and Friday, 31 August 2018 (full days). International students living in Booth Residence should arrive on campus no later than Wednesday, 29 August 2018 and not before Saturday, 25 August 2018.  International students are also expected to attend the New Student Orientation (for all students new to Booth UC) on Monday Sept 3rd (evening) and Tuesday Sept 4th 2018.  To sign-up for the International Student Orientation and for full details, click here.

Optional:

  • While it is common for new university students struggle with demanding course work and the adjustment from high school to university, international students have the additional challenges of adjusting to a new culture, living in Canada, being away from home, and for some – studying in a second language, i.e. English. Booth University College works in cooperation with Heartland International English School, to provide international students the option to take part in a multi-skill orientation program that will help with their transition to life in Canada and prepare them for success in their university studies. Through this program international students are given opportunity to improve their English skills without the pressure of university course work. Features of this program include:
    • Academic English classes that prepare students for essay writing, note taking, presenting and speaking in class, and other academic skills.
    • Initial settlement support that helps students adjust to life in Canada by assisting them with immediate details such as setting up a bank account, obtaining a Manitoba Health card, navigating the public transit system and more.

Heartland’s two-week International English School is held in August just prior to the start of the school year.   Students wishing to take this optional course are fully responsible for the costs of this program and must register directly with the Heartland International English School.  Booth University College is not responsible for students registered in this program and cannot guarantee admission to BoothUC programs based on completion of the Heartland International English School program without having previously met all admission criteria set forward by Booth University College.

International Student Recruiters:
In accordance with the International Education Act, schools are required to list the names
of individuals who have been retained specifically to recruit international students.
Booth University College’s international student recruiters are:

1. Carmen Zelaya
2. Zora Kainth
3. Priscila Voloshyn