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Approved Students for January 2025

We can't wait to meet you! On this page, you will find next steps as well as a list of resources to help you navigate your new home at Toronto Metropolitan University.

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Three Steps to Reserve Your Spot at TMU for January 2025

Confirm your intentions to study at TMU in January 2025 by the deadline date stated in your offer letter. If you do not accept your Offer of Admission by the deadline date, your Offer will expire.

Accepting an offer from one program/university will not cancel pending applications to other programs and/or universities.

How to Accept Your Offer

As you applied using the TMU International Application, you must confirm your Offer of Admission via MyServiceHub.

To confirm, log in to, and select the MyServiceHub tab. Your Offer of Admission will show in the Admissions section. Click on the Accept/Decline link for the offer you want to accept, and Accept Admission and Confirm Acceptance. See MyServiceHub Support: Admissions for detailed instructions.

You are encouraged to make your payment as soon as possible. The due date is stipulated in your Offer of Admission.

Tuition deposit amount

International students that require a study permit to attend*:

  • Full-time undergraduate program: $1,500 CAD

*Updated effective March 26, 2024. If you are a convention refugee/protected person in Canada, you can pay the domestic tuition deposit amount of $500 CAD. Please proceed with making the $500 CAD payment and then email to alert us of your payment.

TMU English Language Institute (ELI) program:

Please refer to your Offer of Admission for the payment amount and deadline date.

Additional notes:

The tuition deposit is non-refundable except in the following cases:

  • The university cancels/rescinds an Offer of Admission
  • An application for a Study Permit has been denied (proof required)

How to pay

If you are currently outside of Canada: Pay using CIBC International StudentPay, Convera for Students (formerly Western Union (WU) Business Solutions GlobalPay) or PayMyTuition International.

If you are currently inside Canada: Pay using a Canadian bank account by accessing your financial institution’s online bill payment option, or advise your bank representative that you would like to pay a bill.

For detailed instructions on fee payments please refer to How to Pay Your Fees website.

Allow three to five business days for your deposit to be applied to your MyServiceHub student account. Confirm your tuition deposit was received by TMU and access a Deposit Statement via your Student Center on MyServiceHub. Please visit the MyServiceHub Support: How to Confirm Your Tuition Deposit Was Received page for details.

It is your responsibility to meet any/all conditions stated in your Offer of Admission by the deadline stated in your offer letter. Conditions may include completing your high school or college diploma, achieving a required overall average, passing prerequisite courses with the required grades and/or submitting final official academic transcripts.

You are responsible for submitting your official academic transcripts, confirming final grades and graduation status, to Undergraduate Admissions. You should confirm in your ChooseTMU Applicant Portal that your final transcripts have been received, and follow up if they have not.

Study Permit Information

Updates to study permit requirements for certain international students

The Government of Canada recently introduced new requirements for study permit applications. Please visit International Student Support - Study Permit (opens in new window)  for details.

The Letter of Acceptance (LOA) document is required for the study permit application. This is found with your Offer of Admission, available in the "My Communications" section of your ChooseTMU Applicant Portal. We will not send the Letter of Acceptance for International Students by courier. You will need to print/ upload the Letter of Acceptance (LOA) document only for your study application process.

Once you have received your Offer of Admission and Letter of Acceptance (LOA), you will be required to accept your offer and pay your tuition deposit. Once your payment has been processed, TMU will request a PAL on your behalf if it is determined that you need one.

We will notify you via your ChooseTMU Applicant Portal if a letter has been requested for you and once it is ready for download via MyServiceHub. Further instructions will be provided when your PAL is available. Visit TMU's FAQ: Updates to Canadian International Study Permit Requirements and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) (external link, opens in new window)  for further study permit application details. 

International Student Support can help answer any questions about immigration, preparing to study in Canada and more! Our team is made up of both Regulated International Student Immigration Advisors (RISIAs) and Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC). 

Please note that you will be required to include TMU's Designated Learning Institution (DLI) number on your application. Our DLI number is O19395677651.

Once you have applied for your study permit, please submit the Study Permit Form through the “eForms Center” in MyServiceHub on Please make sure to return to this form and update the status of your study permit application when you receive a response or decision from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

New Students

Welcome to TMU! You've accepted your offer, paid your tuition deposit, and met your admission conditions (if applicable).

Apply for Transfer Credits 

If you believe you are eligible for transfer credit(s), submit your transfer credit application as soon as you have accepted your Offer of Admission. Applying early facilitates course planning by allowing you to have your results ahead of course enrolment.

Visit Transfer Credits for information on eligibility, application instructions and deadlines.

Visit Transfer Credits - Next Steps to understand your application results and the impacts on your course enrolment.

Connect with Program Department and Faculty

Your program department and faculty will support you academically during your time at TMU. Your program contact will assist you with course selection, connect you with support services and host orientations, workshops and other activities to help you make the most of your time at TMU.

Look out for emails from your program department in late November

Access Student Learning Support and Student Wellbeing

Student Learning Support is a group of services aimed to help you engage more effectively in your academic studies. These services, which can be accessed throughout your time at TMU, include English Language Support, Math and Computer Science Support, Study Skills and Transition Support, and Writing Support.

Academic Accommodation Support (AAS) provides academic accommodations and related support to students with disabilities at TMU. AAS works with students to create and implement individualized academic accommodation plans so students can more fully participate in their studies. Begin your registration process as soon as you can to ensure your accommodations are in place when you need them. For more information, visit the AAS registration page.

Enrol in Courses

In early December, during your enrolment period, you must enrol in your winter term courses  

In late November, your program department will send you additional information, and your specific course enrolment start date will be confirmed on MyServiceHub. See the Course Enrolment page on the Current Students site for additional enrolment information.

Housing and Residence

As a full-time undergraduate incoming student, you are welcome to apply if you are interested in on-campus residence. Applications will be placed at the bottom of the waiting list in the order we receive them. At this time, we recommend considering off-campus options as an alternative to helping you find housing in Toronto. 


Connect with Campus Services 

There are a number of services available to help you succeed at TMU! You can learn more about what’s available to you on the Student Affairs website. Here are a few examples of just some of the services:


Orientation Week is the official kick-off to your four years here at TMU! This is your chance to meet your first TMU friends, join awesome events and explore the campus. 

Find out more details on the International Student Support website.

The International Student Winter Merit Scholarship (ISWMS) is awarded to international students who are entering their first year of a full-time, four-year undergraduate degree program at Toronto Metropolitan University in January 2025. ISWMS applications will open on May 1, 2024 and the deadline to apply is July 15, 2024.

Apply for Scholarships 

There are many scholarships and awards available to TMU students. Awards may be available for new students, or they may be offered by specific programs, faculties or for special categories. Some are available to all students. Find out which awards you may be eligible for at Scholarships and Awards.

Work on Campus

A number of jobs are available on campus through the International Career Boost program. These positions are not only a great way to earn money, but they provide valuable work experience in academic, administrative and student service departments. 

Visit the Career & Co-op Centre website for program eligibility and application instructions.

Confirm Tuition Fees Amount

Tuition and fees are charged based on your course enrolments, and your winter term fees can be viewed on your MyServiceHub student account starting in December. As fees are based on your enrolments, the fees balance posted on your MyServiceHub account may not reflect the correct amount until you have completed your course enrolments. For an estimate of your fees, visit the Undergraduate Tuition and Fees page.

Pay Tuition Fees

Visit How to Pay Your Fees for information on how to pay your tuition fees through online banking. The tuition fee due date will be announced shortly.

Access Your TMU Student Account and Email at

At the end of November, you will be granted full access to your TMU student account, allowing you to access all current student academic and financial features on MyServiceHub, as well as the full suite of Google Apps.

In late November to early December, you will automatically be prompted to create a TMU username and set-up your TMU email address when you log into Once your email has been set up, all official university communications will be sent there. Remember to check it frequently!

Update Your Chosen/Preferred First Name

You have the option to use your chosen/preferred first name for internal purposes on campus, including as your display name in D2L Brightspace, Google Workspace and Zoom. It will also display to your instructors on class rosters and grade rosters. 

You can update your chosen/preferred first name in MyServiceHub. Update your name before you apply for your student OneCard to ensure that it appears on your card. Also, updating your chosen first name before classes begins will ensure that it appears on class rosters. If you update your name after classes begin, your instructors may not know to use your updated name unless you contact them directly.

Note that your legal name on your student record will continue to be used for external purposes and on all official university documents such Official Transcripts and Graduation Awards.

Get Your OneCard

Your Student OneCard is one of the most important tools you’ll need while at TMU. Not only is it your official student identification, it also grants you access to campus services, buildings and discounts. You can also use it as a payment card to purchase products and services.

All incoming students must apply for their free OneCard using the online OneCard application portal.

Get your GO Transit Discount Card 

If you are a full-time student, you are eligible for GO Transit Student ID Cards, which can get you a discounted rate on GO Transit using your PRESTO Card.

Access Your Health and Dental Plans

TMU students are automatically covered for extended health and dental insurance coverage. 

Connect with the ServiceHub

The ServiceHub is TMU’s front-line service centre for the Office of the Registrar, and the ServiceHub team is available to answer your questions about admissions, fees, financial assistance, enrolment, MyServiceHub and more!

Other Resources

 Undergraduate Calendar

The Undergraduate Calendar is your official source for TMU program and course information, academic information and policies, and significant dates.

 Program Department Contact

Your program department contact will assist you with course selection, connect you with support services, and host orientations, workshops and other activities.

 Service Hub

The ServiceHub is your one-stop shop for questions about admissions, fees, financial assistance and more!


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Notice of Collection

Toronto Metropolitan University ("the University") collects personal information under the authority of the  (PDF file) University Act and in accordance with the University Notice of Collection. The University will collect, use, disclose, and protect your personal information in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (external link) . If you have questions about the collection, use and disclosure of this information by Toronto Metropolitan University, please contact the International Enrolment Office, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, M5B 2K3,