Pay Tuition

Montreal College of Information Technology
Collège des technologies de l’information de Montréal EN FR

PAY MY TUTION

At Montreal College of Information Technology, we know that financial aid can be an important factor as you plan for your post secondary studies. With a variety of financial assistance options to consider, we’re here to guide you through the process and help you access the resources that you need.

Program Costs

For an estimate of your program costs,For general information on how fees are calculated reach a Program Advisor on any working day.

Fees Notice

A notice will be mailed to you once you have confirmed your letter of acceptance. We will clarify you about deadlines, the minimum deposit amount, your tuition and other fees that are a part of your semesters at MCIT.

Reserving Your Seat

The minimum deposit to reserve a seat in your program is $500 and non-refundable. The deposit is due on the fees deposit due date noted on your fees notice. It applies to all new students and to returning students. After you submit your deposit, you will be able to register for classes and build your timetable when course registration opens. You will also be able to obtain your MCIT Card.

The deposit will be applied towards your total fees when you register for your classes. Your full tuition and fees for each semester are due on the first day of classes for the semester. If you do not pay by the deadline, a $150 late fee will be applied to your account.

Payment Methods

MCIT accepts payments online or from your financial institution.

Late Deposit Payments

If you do not pay your $500 non-refundable deposit fees, you will lose your guaranteed seat in your program.

For over-subscribed programs, your application will be cancelled if we do not receive your deposit fees. You may request to be placed on a waitlist but there is no guarantee that you will be re-admitted to your program of choice. If you receive a new offer, you will also get a new deposit due date.

Withdrawing

If you decide to withdraw before you have paid fees, you may turn down your offer at our offices with a written notice. It would be most helpful if you could also inform us by email.

If you decide to withdraw after you have paid your deposit or full tuition before the tenth day of classes with a written notification addressed to MCIT, you will be eligible for a partial refund of your tuition fees. The $500 deposit fees are non-refundable.

Refunds

If you submit a notification letter or a completed withdrawal form by the tenth day of classes, you will be eligible to receive a refund of current semester fees, excluding the $500 non-refundable deposit fee. Any fees paid toward subsequent semesters will be fully refunded.

If you withdraw after the tenth day of classes, you are not entitled to a refund for that semester and will be required to pay any balance of fees outstanding for the semester. Any fees paid toward subsequent semesters will be fully refunded.

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PAY MY TUTION

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Once you are ready, you may contact us to pay your Tution fees. This helps to retain your position in the current academic session.

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PAY TUTION INSIDE CANADA

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If you are an International Student inside Canada you could initiate it here.

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PAY TUTION OUTSIDE CANADA

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If you are an International Student outside Canada and you wish to make an installement of Tutions you could initiate it here.

LOCAL STUDENTS PAY MY TUTION

If you are a permenant resident or a Citizen you wish to make an installement of Tutionsyou could initiate it here.

— F.A.Q —

Once your admission is accepted at MCIT, You can ask the local bank or financial institution in your country. We also offer installment, if you are self-financing your education.
Yes - an option of payment per semester or 4 months, whichever is early, is available.
Yes… We accept applications for deferral with a convincing proof and/or reasoning before 7 days of the start for the session.
Yes, but you need to apply for a Work Permit.
Administrative fees are not reimbursed whereas tuition fees are, as per government policy.
Yes. International students are entitled to work up to twenty (20) hours per week during their full-time studies and may work as many hours as they wish during scheduled school breaks.
The program advisors at Montreal College are always there to assist the applicants in helping them choose a program.
At Montreal College, an AEC (Attestations d'études collégiales) diploma is awarded that is recognized by the Ministry of Education, Quebec.
No, please refer Kijiji, pad mapper for affordable housing.
You can either apply on this website or email us at info@montrealcollege.ca a copy of your passport, academic transcripts and language score card, along with your filled-out application form.
The college can assist you during orientation or you can prefer a Canadian local insurer of your choice. e.g. Desjardins, Blue Cross.
Please check our deadlines and a $25.00 late payment fee will be charged after the deadline. Please check our refund policies
You’ll need to consider housing costs and personal expenses such as health insurance, food, clothing, travel and transportation, mobile phone, entertainment, etc. These costs will vary by individual.