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When should I arrive in PEI?, Students should arrive to Prince Edward Island at least one week before the first instructional day of school. The first day of school can be found on the Public Schools Branch website for both the first and second semester. If you know your flight information to PEI,...
Download the PEIISP booklet (1,930KB) to learn more about studying on Prince Edward Island. The Prince Edward Island International Student Program (PEIISP) was created to deliver K-12 public education opportunities to the global community through the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning....
Student Accommodation and Custodian Information for the Prince Edward Island International Student Program (PEIISP)
A valid fixed address in Prince Edward Island is necessary to enroll in the provincial education system. International students coming to PEI to study must secure accommodations prior to arriving in the province. The PEI International Student Program does not arrange accommodations/homestay or...
Students from outside Canada who want to attend school in Prince Edward Island as a fee paying student must apply to the PEI International Student Program before the application deadline in order for their application to be processed for the upcoming school year., What is the application deadline...
Successful applicants will receive a Conditional Letter of Acceptance (CLA). Applicants will be required to pay the tuition fee ($10,600 CDN for full year) and ($5,300 CDN for one semester). After payment has been received, successful applicants will receive a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) for use...
International students who enroll in the PEIISP are required to pay a non-refundable application fee and tuition fee for the education program. Proof of payment for medical insurance is also required., Application Fee Description, The International Student Application Fee is $275 CAD , Tuition Fee...