Admissions

Acsenda School of Management (ASM) invites applications from all individuals interested in enrolling in a program of studies leading to a baccalaureate degree. While access to programs and courses is made available primarily to students who meet established admission criteria, all applicants will be assessed for their potential to engage in and benefit from studies at the post-secondary level. Where potential applicants have questions about their eligibility, they should contact the School to arrange for a meeting, with an Advisor, to discuss their application.

Prospective students should send their completed application form, along with all required documents, by mail/email to:

The Office of the Registrar

Acsenda School of Management

2nd Floor, 666 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC V6C 2X8 Phone: 604-430-5111 or fax to: 604-430-5119

E-mail: admissions@acsenda.com Web: www.acsenda.com

Accommodation of Persons with Disabilities

Individuals with physical or diagnosed learning disabilities should contact the Office of the Registrar to determine if and/or how their needs may be accommodated. Acsenda School of Management campus is wheelchair accessible.

Application Process

Acsenda School of Management has a quarterly semester system with four academic terms per year starting in January, April, July, and October. Applications for admission are accepted on a rolling admissions basis and are processed any time throughout the year.

The Letter of Acceptance will determine the term start date. Once admitted, students must meet the deadline for registration for the designated term start.

To be considered as an applicant for admission all supporting documents must be submitted to the Admissions Coordinator including:

  • A signed application form completed in
  • A copy of the passport or other government issued photo
  • Copies of all your academic transcripts. If in a language other than English, the official document must be accompanied by a certified English (This is sufficient for review. Official transcripts will be required before registration. Official transcripts are defined as being sent directly from the relevant secondary or post- secondary institution to the Office of the Registrar.)
  • For transfer students from Canadian post-secondary institutions:
    • Proof of completion (official transcripts, diplomas, and certificates) of at least 18 credits with an average of C grade or higher from a recognized college or university.
  • For International students:
    • Payment of the tuition deposit must be received by ASM before an official Letter of Acceptance will be
    • A copy of the valid study permit must be provided prior to
    • English proficiency test scores (if required).
  • Other documents as requested by the Office of the Registrar.

Take the first step, we will take care for the rest

Review Process

The Admissions Office will review the application for completeness, document verification and eligibility assessment.

A Letter of Offer (LOO) will be issued once the Registrar has determined eligibility for admission. This letter may specify any conditions or additional documentation required to complete the admission requirements. When the tuition deposit has been received and payment has been verified, a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) will be issued. The Letter of Acceptance will include any conditions that must be met prior to registration.

Transfer credit requests will be evaluated by the Admissions Office following receipt of all official transcripts and assessment by an approved credential evaluation service, where required.

Official Documents

Official transcripts are required for all applicants to ASM. Applicants must ensure that official copies of all required documentation including transcripts of past education are submitted to ASM as specified. Official secondary school or post- secondary institution transcripts must be sent directly to ASM from the institution attended. Official transcripts presented by an applicant upon arrival on campus to the Registrar in a sealed envelope bearing the issuing institution ‘s embossed seal, chop, stamp or other official marking over the enclosure to the envelope will also be permitted. Neither unsealed transcripts nor notarized copies will be accepted.

Official transcripts may be waived if the Registrar’s Office is able to verify the results using the issuing body’s online verification.

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  • Official transcripts are required to determine transfer credits from courses completed at the postsecondary level.
  • If final official transcripts or other official documents are not available at the time of application, conditional admission may be based on copies of the applicant’s original transcripts or notarized copies. Official transcripts must be produced upon registration for the academic term, or the student will not be enrolled.
  • As part of the application review process, a thorough evaluation of all submitted materials will be conducted, including the Statement of Purpose (SOP) and Letter of Intent (LOI), to ensure its authenticity and originality. The use of plagiarized content in the SOP and LOI may negatively affect the outcome of your application. Applicants who submit copied content, fraudulent or misleading documents, records or information will not be admitted, or they will be expelled. Applicants who are unable to submit official transcripts must file a written statement explaining why they cannot meet this requirement. The Office of the Registrar will review these petitions.
  • Students whose official transcripts indicate that they are under suspension at another post- secondary institution may not be considered for admission until after the period of suspension imposed by the other institution.

In addition to official transcripts and other documents pertaining to an applicant ‘s credentials, the Office of the Registrar must receive, if required:

  • Copies of a valid study permit and a passport
  • Proof of English language proficiency

There will be cases where the Registrar may require additional documentation to evaluate suitability for admission.

The Office of the Registrar and/or the Academic Standards Committee reserve the right to specify conditions concerning an individual student’s admission or    re-admission consistent with approved policies.

Start your Journey!

Intakes -January -April -July -October

01

Choose your Program

At Acsenda School of Management, we offer a wide-range of different degree concentrations. Find out which degree program is right for you

02

Review the Requirements

Once you have chosen a degree program, the next step is to make sure you meet Acsenda School of Management's admission requirements. 

03

Submit your Application

If you meet our admission requirements, it's time to submit an application! You should receive a decision regarding your application within 2-3 business days. If approved, you will receive a Letter of Offer.

04

Receive Confirmation

Once you submit your application, you will receive an email confirmation. This means your application was successfully submitted. If you do not receive this email, something went wrong with your application. Please consider resubmission or contact registrar@acsenda.com.

05

Letter of Offer (LOO)

If you received a Letter of Offer (LOO), congratulations! This means that our Admissions team approved your application and deemed you eligible to study at Acsenda School of Management. To move forward with your enrollment, please complete the following: Review the entire Letter of Offer, including the terms and conditions and refund policy Sign and return a copy of the applicant declaration Pay the deposit Send a copy of the transaction receipt

06

Letter of Acceptance (LOA)

If you received a Letter of Acceptance, thank you for committing to Acsenda School of Management! The Letter of Acceptance is to be used as part of the study visa / permit application with Immigration Canada.  We will contact you again closer to the start date of the program regarding registration and preparing to study. 

07

Apply for Study Permit

The next thing you need to do is apply for a Study Permit. A study permit (also known as a student visa) is a document that the Canadian government issues that allow immigrants to study at learning institutions in Canada. It is essential to apply for this visa before coming to Canada and to have all the required documents prepared. Because our programs provide opportunities for practical work experience components, including a practicum placement course. We encourage you to apply for a co-op work permit along with your study permit application.

08

Register for Classes

New student registration typically begins a month prior to the first day of classes of each term. You will be notified through email when registration opens for you.  If your student visa hasn't been approved yet, there's no need to worry. New students can begin their studies online, subject to updates from the Government of Canada. with us while they await visa approval. Our registration support team will connect with you to set up a time to meet over Zoom.

09

Prepare for your arrival

You're ready to come to Canada! It's time to prepare for your educational journey. We can't wait to see you on campus. For information pertaining to new student travel arrangements, we recommend keeping in touch with our Orientation page.

Need help with registration?

Our online registration consultant can help you register for the upcoming term.