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Brandon University Canada 2022 for Bachelor Fee Waivers for Ukraine Students

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Brandon University is committed to providing the best possible educational experience for everyone, and to ensuring that you have the supports you need to succeed here. We are opening our hearts, our arms, and our doors to students who have fled the war in Ukraine.

Aim and Benefits of Brandon University Bachelors

  • Applications of the selected students will be assessed for free, i.e., without any application fee.
  • The selected international students will be assessed for admission in the applied programme at the Canadian tuition fee rate and not international.
  • If the students do not have access to official transcripts and course outlines even though they have attended post-secondary education, the Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) fee will be waived.

Requirements for Brandon University Bachelors Qualification

  • To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:
  • The applicants have fled the war in Ukraine.
  • The applicant must have completed secondary school but never attended post-secondary.
  • The applicants must be Canada-Ukraine (CUAET) emergency travel visa holders.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified? Go to Brandon University on webapp.brandonu.ca to apply

Create an account and begin your application online at https://webapp.brandonu.ca/pls/admission/

You can use the coupon code requested above to have your application fee waived.

Once we have your application, we will still send you a document request by email asking for official documents (including official transcripts and proof of English proficiency where applicable). Please do send those items as requested in our document request email

More information about the application process is available online here: https://www.brandonu.ca/future-students/apply/

3. Application supporting documents

Wherever possible, you must submit official documentation as requested by the Admissions Office. You will also need to provide an official translation if these documents are not in English. Official documents required may include:

  • Atestat (Certificate of Complete General Secondary Education) from Ukraine
  • Transcripts from other post-secondary institutions you have attended

We know it may be impossible to provide official documents. In circumstances where you are unable to provide official documentation, due to legitimate extenuating circumstances, the Admissions Office may ask you to provide the following:

  • unofficial copies of all educational transcripts/documentation that you have (if they are not in English, we will need you to provide an official translation);
  • a copy of the student ID you were issued at your university;
  • a copy of your passport;
  • a letter outlining your situation in full and including, at minimum, the following:
    • name, location, and date of birth;
    • reasons why you cannot use our regular process of admission;
    • description of attempts you made to obtain documents;
    • name and dates of the institution/program you attended;
    • name of any academic credentials granted and the date granted;
    • titles, grades, course hours (credits), or other information normally included on a transcript;
    • other information required (e.g., statement of professional standing, particularly when a specific academic credential is required to enter the profession in the issuing country).
  • letters of reference from any available third parties, not including family members, who can corroborate your claims and/or provide additional information about your qualifications.

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