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Frequently Asked Questions

The following are some of the questions about aviation training that are asked by our students. Another section of Frequently Asked Questions, about the academic portion of our program, is available on the Our Programs page.

How much do the programs cost?

Tuition for the degree program is approximately $15,000 per year which includes your flying.

Tuition fees for the Aviation Operations program and Aviation Safety program yearly are approximately $3,075.

Fees are subject to change every Academic year.

Is financial aid available?

Information on scholarships, bursaries and student loans is available through Seneca’s Financial Aid Office.

If I am not a native English speaker and I have recently arrived in Canada, do I need to write the TOEFL examination?

You do not have to write the TOEFL examination when applying to the Flight Program. If you do write it, you would need to get a mark of at least 570 on the paper-based examination or at least 88 on the internet-based examination to be accepted into the program. If you do not write the TOEFL examination, your acceptance would be determined in part by the mark you get on the English portion of the Flight Program entrance test. If you have any doubt about your ability in English, you could write the TOEFL examination before applying to the Flight Program. It costs $160 (U.S.) to write the Internet-based version of the examination.

What are the eligibility requirements and fees for international students?

For any information regarding eligibility and fees, please contact our International Student Admissions Office.

To answer questions for International Students (those who are not Canadian Citizens or permenant residents of Canada) contact Phyllis Gates at 416-491-5050 ext. 2264 or Angela Williams ext 2356.

Still have more questions?

Please e-mail: Diana Samuel-De Roché