Congratulations and Welcome to New York Tech Vancouver!
Welcome to New York Institute of Technology Vancouver! Once you have been admitted into a program at New York Tech, please follow the below 10-step instructions so that you are well on your way to begin your journey here in the Vancouver, Canada campus.
Step 1: Accept your Admission Offer!
Once you have been admitted, you will receive an Eligibility for Admissions (EFA) letter. To accept your admissions offer, review your EFA and accept your offer in the admissions portal!
Step 2: Pay your Tuition Deposit
Please follow the instructions provided on your Eligibility for Admissions (EFA) to submit the initial tuition deposit or click here: How to submit your initial deposit
You have 15 days from the day you received your Eligibility for Admission (EFA) to submit the tuition deposit. If you need more days for preparing your deposit, please contact email@example.com to request an extension.
Once the required amount is received by New York Institute of Technology - Vancouver, your Letter of Acceptance (LOA) will be issued from our Admissions Office.
- Summer 2021 Enrollment - required tuition and fees for the first year
- Fall 2021 Enrollment - required tuition and fees for the first year
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 778-783-5904 if you have any further questions or concerns about your deposit payment.
Step 3: Set up your New York Tech Account
Your New York Tech account will provide you access to:
- Confirm your enrollment and pay your tuition deposit.
- View any missing documents.
- Accept or reject financial aid awards.
- Access your New York Tech Email.
- Access our Learning Platform Canvas.
Set up your account by following these instructions.
Step 4: Apply for your student visa (if necessary)
To study in Canada, you will need to apply for a Study Permit directly with the Canadian Government. You may be eligible to apply for the Student Direct Stream which will allow you to get your Study Permit faster. For the required amount of 1st year tuition and fees to apply for SDS, please refer to Step 2.
Step 5: Email us your documents
Once you have your study permit, study visa approval or phase 1 visa approval (approval-in-principal), please email the following documents to email@example.com including your full name, student ID and program (ie. MBA, MS-EM, MS-CS, MS-IT) in the subject:
- Copy of Study Permit
- Signed Student Contract (“Terms of your Graduation Admission- 4th page of your Acceptance Package
Step 6: Plan your travel to Canada/ Housing
Here is an arrival guide that will help you plan for life in Vancouver, Canada.
There are many things to consider when traveling during COVID-19.
For the latest travel, border and immigration updates, please refer to the Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada Website.
Step 7: RSVP for Orientations!
New Student Orientation is a mandatory program for all new students, and with help ease your transition to you University life in Canada and New York Tech Vancouver. Summer 2021 orientations will be offered remotely.
During orientations, you will get the chance to explore your student services, resources and academic support systems. You will learn about:
- Your Academic Program
- Our Student Services Departments
- Student support resources
- Social Engagement Activities
We will communicate all logistical details for Summer 2021 New Student Orientations via email, so please make sure to check your preferred email regularly. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.RSVP Here
Step 8: Register for Courses
You will receive an invitation to Canvas course with further instructions on how to select your courses and which courses to select. Please check your New York Tech email account.
Course registration for new students will be from April 5th to May 24th, 2021.
Course registration occurs on our New York Tech Connect portal, which you can learn to navigate here.
Step 9: Pay your outstanding balance
If you have an outstanding balance from Summer 2021 registration, please settle the payment BEFORE the semester starts on May 25th to avoid a Financial Hold placed on your account.
If you have any questions about your account balance, please email email@example.com