Applicants must be 18 years of age by January 1st, for enrolment; and
All WFI programs are full-time, so you’ll need a financial plan to cover your tuition and living expenses while enrolled in your program. (Don't worry. Your advisor can guide you through this).
All of WFI’s programs require International Students to obtain a study permit.
Applicants who meet the posted admission requirements are not guaranteed admission into a particular program. Admission to WFI is a competitive process.
In some instances, if a participant fails to meet certain admission criteria for a program, WFI has discretionary power to recommend probationary admission. If you are a probationary students, you may be required to withdraw should you fail to meet probationary requirements.
An Offer of Admission to a program of study at WFI is an offer for that program. Admission to a program or to a specific semester of a program is not guarantee a subsequent admission to another program or semester of study.
WFI is unable to store, retrieve or return documents that were submitted previously. You may be required to resubmit documents, if you decide to reapply at a future date outside of the academic-year cycle, of your original application.
Note: Entrance to the Certificate Program is based on consent of the department.
Fill out the application above and an admissions advisor will be in touch with you to ensure you are applying to a program that best fits your educational goals.
The admissions advisor will ask you to submit any supplemental materials before your application is sent through the review process.
If your application is successful you will receive and letter of acceptance into our programs.
** You will then need to officially register to your chosen program with your admissions advisor.**
Once registered you will receive your participant package and your invoice.
Please feel free to contact your admissions advisor with any questions, or scholarships inquiries. We are here to assist you.