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University of Calgary Calendar 2013-2014 English for Academic Purposes Program Q.3 EAP Program Fees Policies
Q.3 EAP Program Fees Policies

Mandatory Language Assessment Fee:

Newly admitted students are required to participate in Language Assessment activities in order to determine placement in the program and will be required to pay a $250 CDN non-refundable Language Assessment Fee.

Tuition Fees

All international students holding Study Permits pay 100 per cent differential fees for EAPP and PREP courses. Regardless of the category under which a student registers, no waiver of fees will be made. Students cannot audit EAPP courses. Class sizes are limited to 25 students per section; however, some courses are taught in a blended group environment conducive to inquiry-based learning.