Admission applications for CPA preparatory courses are accepted throughout the year. You should submit your admission application based on the session you plan to start your first preparatory course.
Our academic year runs from April 1 of the current year to March 31 of the next year. New Student fees cover either a full-year or half year and are based on when you start your first CPA preparatory course:
$590 + GST is due when you submit your admission application if you will be:
- starting a non-core course between April 1 and September 30 or
- starting a core course in Semester 3 (April), 4 (July), or 5 (September)
$295 + GST is due when you submit your admission application if you will be:
- starting a non-core course between October 1 and March 31 or
- starting a core course in Semester 1 (November) or 2 (February)
The annual student fee you paid when you submitted your admission application will expire when the academic year ends on March 31 and will need to be renewed by paying the full annual student fee for the next year if you intend to continue your studies after April 1. Annual re-enrollment occurs every year at the same time for individuals who plan to continue their studies as a CPAWSB student. Please refer to our website for more information about Annual Re-enrollment.
Submit an admission application at least three business days before the registration period closes to ensure the admission application is processed with enough time for you to log into your portal and register. The School cannot guarantee that admission applications submitted within three days before the registration period closes will be approved in time for you to register.
Select the Appropriate Registration Category
Choices when applying to CPA preparatory courses:
Select this if you have never had an admission application approved before.
Select this if you were previously enrolled in CPA preparatory courses and you are re-applying to take more CPA preparatory courses.
Select this if you are transferring in from a province outside Western Canada (BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Northwest Territories, or Nunavut).