Secure Your University Accommodations Now

Study Permit CanadaIf you are planning to study in Canada this September 2015, if you haven’t done so already, you should be securing your on campus residence now.  Students should not wait until after they get their study permits before applying for accommodations.  Most residence application fees are nominal; $25 to $50 so it is best to get your accommodations before available space is no longer available.

And if your arrival date is just a few days before you can move into your flat or dormitory, some universities offer temporary or hotel rooms as well which can be booked on a daily basis.

For example at the University of Alberta an incoming student can get the following rooms:

  • Hotel Style Guestrooms – $109.00 plus tax
  • Traditional Dorm rooms – range from $50 to $60 plus tax
  • Shaffer Hall rooms – $70.00 plus tax

Other Canadian universities will also offer temporary accommodations, especially during the summer months.  Several universities that do offer this service are Grant MacEwan University and the University of Toronto among a few.

To find out if the university or college you intend to study at in Canada has temporary guest rooms, contact either the respective residence services office or the International Centre at the university or college.

3 thoughts on “Secure Your University Accommodations Now

  1. kashif javed

    helo respected sir
    i want to get admision in alberta university
    i am a pakistani
    please guide me what procedure?

    1. Helen Khan Post author

      Kashif, you have given such few details therefore to assist you better you should send an email to Alberta Rose Education Centre and someone there will give you more information. When you email, state what you would like to study and send details of what you have studied and your marks (GPA).

      Go to for their contact information.


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