Information from York University
Areas of Study (and Restrictions)
Please see closed and limited subjects on the website for York University.
It is possible, but very difficult, to be admitted to graduate level courses (5000-6000). Incoming exchange students need an undergraduate diploma in order to apply for graduate courses.
Please note! Some courses may have supplemental fees that are not covered by the exchange tuition waiver (e.g. registration fee, etc.). These fees are found on the course schedule with date, time, and location.
University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) coverage and charges are mandatory ($212 CAD per term).
Full time studies (corresponding to 30 hp):
Undergraduate level: 15 credits
Graduate level: 12 credits
Term course: 3 credits
Full year course: 6 credits
1000 indicates a first year undergraduate course; 2000 a second year undergraduate; 3000 a third year undergraduate; 4000 a fourth year undergraduate, 5000 and 6000 are graduate level courses.
Students who wish to live on campus must complete and submit the Housing Application Form that will be provided by York International.
Students can also look for accommodations themselves.