English Language Centre

Dates and Fees

Program Dates

Four EAP terms are available each year. These dates are for both online V-EAP classes and on-campus classes. Please contact us for more information.

Term Year Dates
Summer 2022 June 15 — August 26
Fall 2022 October 5 — December 18
Winter 2023 January 5 — March 10
Spring 2023 March 22 — June 2

Program Fees

All fees are in Canadian funds.


Application fee (non-refundable) $125

Fees Per Term (10 weeks)

EAP tuition $4030
Undergraduate Credit Course Tuition (for EAP Bridging level students only) $560
Student fees (includes EAP textbooks) $250
Medical insurance $125

Homestay Option

Homestay: Last month deposit $950
Homestay: Per month $950
Homestay placement fee $250

Other Services

Airport pick-up $160

Please note:

  • You are responsible for your own classroom materials such as notebooks, paper, pens, pencils, etc.
  • You may purchase medical insurance prior to your arrival in Canada. If you provide proof of insurance to the English Language Centre, your medical insurance fee will be waived. 


Refund Policy

You qualify for a full refund of your pre-paid tuition only if you have been denied authorization to study in Canada and provide documentation from the proper Canadian authority stating that your application to study in Canada was denied.

The EAP application fee ($125) is non-refundable.

To withdraw from the EAP program, you will need to submit an official Withdrawal Request. Your Acadia University username and password are required. If you are eligible for a refund it will be processed with 10 days. Refunds are processed by the method you paid or by credit on your student account.


Payment Methods

Fees must be paid in before the first day of classes. Please visit our Financial Services page to learn more about how fees can be paid.

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English Language Centre
PO Box 120, 26 Crowell Dr, Acadia University
Wolfville, Nova Scotia, B4P 2R6


"English for Academic Purposes Program at Acadia University is supporting international students to come through the transition from hometown high schools to the universities in Canada. It is the program that students learn how to be successful students in academic classes." - Yun, People's Republic of China



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