International students who seek admission follow a similar process that all other applicants must follow except the school will then send a letter of acceptance, an enrollment contract and issue the I-20 form to the family in the country of origin. To ensure enrollment, a deposit of 50% of the tuition must be received before the deadline stated on the enrollment contract. The remaining 50% of the tuition and the matriculation fee will be due on July 1st. Canterbury will assess a $1,000 administrative fee each year the international student is enrolled in the school. This fee is due with the 50% deposit.
The tuition deposit will be refunded only if a visa application is rejected by the U.S. embassy at applicant’s home country and the original I-20 is returned to the school by the applicant.
* Please note: International students are not eligible for financial aid due to the difficulty in determining financial need in a different currency and tax structure.
All international applicants must have a good command of English and must complete their application materials in English.