Practical information

Accommodation

Students will be staying in Humber's Lakeshore Campus residence building.

Insurance

In order to participate in a summer school, you must have insurance covering health and repatriation (travel to you home country in case og emergency or illness). Health insurance is not covered by the Blue or the Yellow card Danish health card.

Financial issues 

The tuition fee for the course is financed by Business Academy Aarhus. You must pay all other expenses in connection with your stay in Canada. 

If you are offered a place on this summer school, a non-refundable pre-payment (ca. 1,800 DKK) must be paid in approximately mid-March in order to ensure your registration. This amount will be used for your own benefit during the summer school.

Budget (2017 estimates)

Flight from Copenhagen to Toronto

5,000 DKK

Accommodation and some meals (breakfast, lunch and 2 dinners)

5,400 DKK

Course related trips and transportation

935 DKK

Mandatory Non-tution fees (Campus facilities such as athletic facilities, library, computer labs etc)

2,000 DKK

In total (approx.)

13.375 DKK

When you go abroad, you have to think about the following: 

  • Valid passport
  • Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)
  • Visa (Check www.um.dk to see, if it is necessary)
  • Vaccinations (Please see www.ssi.dk or contact your doctor)
  • Insurance
  • Additional travelling costs
  • Other costs related to your stay (remaining meals, phone etc.)

Did you know?

  • More than 50% of Torontonians were born outside of Canada, this makes Toronto a truly international city.
  • Toronto is Canadas largest city with 6 million people living in the Toronto area.
  • Toronto is the centre of media and IT in Canada, both Facebook and Google have offices in Toronto.
  • Toronto is often used as a setting for films since the downtown area looks like New York

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