|Study location||Canada, British Columbia|
|Nominal duration||4 years|
|Tuition fee||CA$6,900 per semester
The international undergraduate tuition will be CDN$6,900 per semester for up to 12 credits (four courses). Students may take additional courses at a cost of CDN$500 per credit.
Water and Wastewater Technology: CDN$19,750/1st year
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
IELTS 6.5 (with no bands below)
Students who fail to achieve the results for direct entry into academic programs will be placed in the appropriate level of English language study.
Complete all information on the International Student Application for Admission form. There are two ways you can use this website to apply:
-You can apply online via TRU International Admissions
Include transcripts if necessary: If you are applying for any academic courses, scanned copies of original/official transcripts (or certified copies) of your secondary school grades and any post-secondary institutions you have attended must be included with this application. If you are applying online through EducationPlannerBC Application Service please e-mail your transcripts to the International Admissions Office right away.
After receiving your acceptance, original transcripts must be sent to TRU prior to the start of your first semester. If originals cannot be mailed then original transcripts must accompany you when you come to Canada.
If you cannot replace your original transcripts, please notify International Admissions on arrival. We will make a verified copy of your documents and return the originals to you.
Application fee: A non-refundable application fee of CDN$100 must accompany your application.
Please note, TRU will accept applications after the application deadline if there is space available
All applications for the Bachelor of Journalism degree program must include a writing sample, 500 words of less, on the topic “Why I want to be a journalist.” The department recommends a meeting with the department chair, in person, by phone, or email correspondence, prior to the application deadline.