University of Prince Edward Island

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The lone university in the province is the University of Prince Edward Island, a public institution located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Established in 1969. In 2022, the University of Prince Edward Island was ranked 1471st worldwide and 43rd in Canada. In 2022, the University of Prince Edward Island will be rated 1544 globally by QS World Ranking. On a list of the top 50 research universities in Canada, the university is ranked number 43. The university has a 70% acceptance rate.

University of Prince Edward Island

Entry Requirements:

Undergraduate

Higher Secondary Certificate / Intermediate Certificate Applicants must demonstrate a minimum average of 70% in their college program.

International Baccalaureate a completed IB Diploma with an overall score of 28

A-levels: AAB–BBB

Postgraduate:

A Bachelor’s degree of four years or a Bachelor’s with honors, or equivalent professional degree, from an approved university, with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or an average of 75% or higher in the last 20 courses

English Language Requirements:

Undergraduate

IELTS: A minimum overall band score of 6.5

TOEFL: A minimum score of 79 with a minimum score of 20 in reading and writing, and not less than 17 in listening and speaking.

PTE: A minimum score of 58 in each of the reading, writing, listening, and speaking components

Postgraduate


IELTS: 7 in writing and no band lower than 6.5

TOEFL: 100 with a minimum of 25 in speaking and writing; 22 in reading and listening

University of Prince Edward Island fees

Arts Degree: 14,272

Architecture: 14,272

Business Degree: 14,272

Engineering Degree: 14,272

Education: 14,272

Health Sciences: 14,272

Law 14,272

Nursing: 14,272

Physiotherapy: 14,272

Psychology: 14,272

Science Degree: 14,272

Postgraduate:

All master programs are offered in between 10,820–21,648

Living Cost: Factor per month (approx.)

Accommodation (single, off-campus: $600

Suite in UPEI residence (including meal plan price): $4,407 per semester – $5,443 per semester

Room in Holland College residence: $638 – $887

Food: $250

Application deadlines (for masters)

Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)

and MBA in Global Leadership (MBA-GL)

Deadline: July 1 (applications and all documentation)

Master of Applied Health Services Research

Deadline: March 1

Master of Arts in Island Studies

Deadlines: Fall term, July 1; Winter term, November 1

Master of Science (MSc) (Faculty of Science)

Deadline: for Fall intake July 1; for Winter intake November 1; for summer intake March 1.

Master of Science (MSc) (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

Deadline: for Fall intake July 1; for Winter intake November 1; for summer intake March 1.

For undergraduate

Application Process

The recommended deadline for application is February 1. All documentation must be complete by August 15 (February 15 for scholarship candidates.)

Application Fees. Undergraduates – $50. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – $75

University of Prince Edward Island scholarships:

Undergraduate / Postgraduate
International Athletic Fellowship

Maximum Amount: $1000.00

Status: International

Occasion: Awarded at other times throughout the year.

Process: Nomination by the varsity coaching staff.

Scholarship Type: Award

Description: awarded to an international student who is currently a member of one of the UPEI varsity athletic teams and in good academic standing. Students will be nominated by their coaches.

International Scholastic Achievement Prize

Maximum Amount: $1500.00

Status: International

Deadline: Feb 1

Occasion: Spring Bursary (Financial Need)

Scholarship Type: Award

Description: A non-renewable prize for international students who have achieved and maintained a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have contributed to the campus community, and have not previously received an International Scholastic Achievement Prize.

Royal Commonwealth Society (PEI Branch) Award

Maximum Amount: $600

Status: International

Application Form: https://www.upei.ca/scholarships-and-awards/2nd-semester-award-cycle

Deadline: Feb 1

Occasion: Spring Bursary (Financial Need)

Process: Applications available on the web

Scholarship Type: Bursary

Description: Awarded annually to a UPEI student from a Commonwealth country in any field of study. The award is based on academic excellence and need. It seeks to recognize students who will use their studies to contribute to the development of their country of origin. Preference will be given to a student who is not normally resident in Canada.

Ambrose Lee International Student Prize

Maximum Amount: $500.00

Status: International

Application Form: https://www.upei.ca/scholarships-and-awards/2nd-semester-award-cycle

Deadline: Feb 1

Occasion: Spring Bursary (Financial Need)

Scholarship Type: Award

Description: Awarded to an international student (not including the US) who has used the services of the Webster Centre for Teaching and Learning.

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