International Students - What to do after being admitted

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Congratulations! You can accept your offer of (conditional or final) admission online. Be sure to review your offer of admission for any conditions that need to be met and the corresponding deadlines. If you have any conditions to meet, these conditions will be outlined in your conditional admission letter.
After you receive your Offer of Admission, you need to pay a non-refundable $425 Tuition Deposit by the date specified in your admission offer to reserve your spot.

If you will be studying in Canada for more than six months, you need a study permit from the Government of Canada. To find out about applying for a study permit, visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website at or check with your nearest visa office. There are timelines and many steps to follow so we recommend looking into the process right away.

Mount Royal University is a Designated Learning Institution as per Citizenship and Immigration Canada, permitted to host international students on a study permit. A list of Mount Royal’s designated learning programs can be found here. The University’s DLI number is located on your visa letter.

We will communicate important information to you through your MRU email account. Check your email often.
For support selecting the appropriate classes, you can review advising information online or contact you academic advisor. You can also check your mruGradU8 to track your progress.
Register for your courses on on or after the date specified in your admission package.
Obtain your Confirmation of Enrolment letter by emailing from your MyMRU email account.
Pay your fees by the required deadline to finalize your registration.
Register for New Student Orientation to learn about what to expect your first year at Mount Royal.
Go to your first day of classes! We hope you enjoy your time in Canada!