The $500 registration fee which will be asked when the pre-admission letter is issued, is nonrefundable under any circumstance.
%50 of the tuition will be charged as deposit due within 2 weeks of Admission Letter being issued from Arkana Education.
The other %50 of the tuition will be required within 2 weeks of your visa application started to proceed.
Failure to pay the deposit, the first, or the second half of payments will result in the student’s application delays or rejection
There are no refunds provided unless the student provides an authorized visa rejection letter from Immigration Canada. FULL REFUND of tuition will be issued if your visa application gets rejected.
In the event a student is suspended, expelled, or otherwise required to leave Arkana Education, for any reason, all fees paid to Arkana Education are strictly nonrefundable.
Fees for textbooks and school transportation, study supplies, field trips, labs, medical insurance, custodianship, accommodation/residence/homestay fees, sports program, travel, airport pickup/drop-off, meals, and other expenses are NOT included in your tuition.
Arkana Finance offers medical insurance for interested international students.
Fees for studying at Arkana Education would depend on few factors as follows:
First is the application process and preparation cost. The non refundable $500 is the cost of preparing the application and admission for students.
After registration, the educational team of Arkana will start preparing a full time table for you. The cost of education will be announced at this point. %50 of the tuition is required up on completion of educational plan designed for you.
Once the application, and preparation process is completed, the "Offer of Admission" will be sent to students right after the confirmation of the full tuition payment. At this point, the process for student visa is already in progress.
If for any reason, your student visa application gets rejected, with the proof from the immigration Canada, FULL REFUND of your tuition is guaranteed.