Four EAP terms are available each year:
|Spring||2018||March 28 - June 7|
|Summer||2018||June 20 - August 30|
|Fall||2018||September 19 - November 30|
|Winter||2019||January 9 - March 21|
|Application fee (non-refundable)||$125|
|Student fees (includes EAP textbooks)||$200|
|Bridging term (includes cost of undergraduate course)||$4455|
|Homestay: Last month deposit||$950|
|Homestay: Per month||$950|
|Homestay placement fee||$250|
You qualify for a full refund of your pre-paid tuition only:
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.
Fees must be paid in full before arriving at Acadia University in order to confirm a place in program.
You can pay your EAP Admission Confirmation Deposit and Residence Confirmation Deposit by credit card.
To pay the fees please visit this site: This is a secure Acadia online Payment Centre
Then enter your student ID Number XXXXXXXXX and begin completing the fields for credit card payment.
You may submit your payment via cheque or money order by mail (no cash please) to:
15 University Ave
Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
If you pay by telegraphic transfer, please include your student number ID # on all wire transfers as a reference
Telegraphic Transfer to:
Bank of Montreal
424 Main Street
Canada B4P 1C9
Beneficiary Name: Acadia University
Beneficiary Address: Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada B4P 2R6
There is at least a 30 day hold on money that is sent to Canadian Banking Institutions from International countries. For this reason, please send payments at least one to two months prior to the EAP program start date.
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