Use the admissions chart to help you identify programs, academic requirements, and other skills and experience required for admission to Humber. You can apply to a maximum of three programs at Humber. Not sure what you want to study? Give us a call at 416.675.5000 or drop by to see one of our admission officers to discuss your options.
Apply online at ontariocolleges.ca. For your application to be processed, a $95 (non-refundable) application fee must be paid to ontariocolleges.ca. Online payment options are available.
International students If you are an international student, you may apply directly to Humber by visiting international.humber.ca/appform.
1. Estimate your expenses
Tuition for bachelor’s degree: $5,800
Tuition for international students: $11,730
Books: $1,000 - $1,500
Cost of supplies: will vary by program. For more information, visit individual program pages at http://www.humber.ca/full-time-programs
Public Transit: $900
Residence and regular meal plan: $6,995 to $9,175
*Estimated cost for one year based on 2009/2010 rates covering two academic semesters. Cost will vary for each program. Co-op and/or lab fees are not included. Exact tuition for September 2010 will not be established until late spring 2010. Search our online calendar for specific program tuition at humber.ca/admissions/fees.
2. Identify all potential sources of income
It’s important to identify all income sources and when you will receive them. Student loans and most educational funds are often not available until after you start school. For the first few weeks of school, plan for an alternate source of funding so you can purchase textbooks, etc. Contact us at 416.675.5000 or visit humber.ca/admissions/financialaid to help clarify your costs and funding options.
OSAP Find out if you qualify for the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). Visit osap.gov.on.ca.
Humber offers tuition bursaries based on demonstrated financial need. Bursary information is available online at srs.humber.ca. Make sure to apply early because bursaries can run out before the deadline dates! Deadline to apply: July 30, 2010 for programs starting September 2010.
Scholarships Humber awards degree scholarships to graduating high school students based on academic achievement. See the chart below for details. Some of the scholarships are renewable each year if you maintain an average of 80 percent or better.
Academic average scholarship 95% + $4,000 renewable
90 – 94.9% $3,500 renewable
85 – 89.9% $3,000 renewable
80 – 84.9% $2,000 renewable
75 – 79.9% $1,500 one time
On-campus jobs Earn while you learn! Students may apply to over 900 on-campus jobs each school year. Competitive wages and flexible schedules are some of the perks of this program. Check out on-campus job listings at careers.humber.ca/workstudy.