Учебные заведения казань после 11 класса: Вузы Казани (университеты и институты) – список 2020

Вузы Казани 2020 – рейтинг, проходные баллы

Наилучший результат – 10-ое место в рейтинге вузов России. Всего в Казани 34 вуза, с суммарным количеством баллов – 7.7 тысячи.

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38.00.00 – Экономика и управление58

38.00.00 – Экономика и управление58

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37 (2573)

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11 (2734)

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99 (2274)

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124 (1983)

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79 (2422)

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325 (0)

09.00.00 – Информатика и вычислительная техника20

09.00.00 – Информатика и вычислительная техника20

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5 (2772)

40.00.00 – Юриспруденция19

40.00.00 – Юриспруденция19

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210

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33 (2587)

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181 (936)

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219 (525)

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138 000 / год

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198 (454)

43.00.00 – Сервис и туризм18

43.00.00 – Сервис и туризм18

27.00.00 – Управление в технических системах16

27.00.00 – Управление в технических системах16

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Колледжи и техникумы Казани после 11 классов 2020

Казань, улица Энгельса, 12

Казань, улица Гудованцева, 23

Казань, улица Адоратского, 58б

Казань, Горсоветская улица, 2

Казань, улица Липатова, 25

Казань, улица Красного Пожарника, 1

Казань, Даурская улица, 30

Казань, улица Шигабутдина Марджани, 26

Казань, улица Энергетиков, 10

Казань, улица Карбышева, 64

Казань, улица Копылова, 2

Казань, улица Габдуллы Тукая, 114

Казань, Спартаковская улица, 111

Казань, Малая Армавирская улица, 9

Казань, проспект Фатыха Амирхана, 12

Казань, улица Халитова, 9

Казань, улица Муштари, 16

Казань, улица Карла Маркса, 63/25

Казань, Горьковское шоссе, 26

Казань, улица Гоголя, 2

Казань, Техническая улица, 29

Казань, улица Бари Галеева, 3

Казань, улица Мавлютова, 34

Казань, улица Жуковского, 4

Казань, улица Алтынова, 4

Казань, улица Рихарда Зорге, 13

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Колледжи Казани 2020 – рейтинг, бюджентые места

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  • 31.02.01 – Лечебное дело  
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4.1

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224-ое 757

  • 13.02.01 – Тепловые электрические станции  
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  • 09.02.05 – Прикладная информатика (по отраслям)  
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  • 38.02.01 – Экономика и бухгалтерский учет (по отраслям)  
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352-ое 718

  • 15.02.08 – Технология машиностроения  
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Государственные вузы Казани 2020 – бюджетные места, рейтинг
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38.00.00 – Экономика и управление29

38.00.00 – Экономика и управление29

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09.00.00 – Информатика и вычислительная техника14

09.00.00 – Информатика и вычислительная техника14

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17 (2688)

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27.00.00 – Управление в технических системах13

27.00.00 – Управление в технических системах13

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29 (2597)

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69 (2449)

53.00.00 – Музыкальное искусство11

53.00.00 – Музыкальное искусство11

35.00.00 – Сельское, лесное и рыбное хозяйство10

35.00.00 – Сельское, лесное и рыбное хозяйство10

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  • 06.03.01 – Биология   отделение Институт фундаментальной медицины и биологии   егэ биология, математика, русский язык
Заочное обучение в вузах Казани 2020 – рейтинг, проходные баллы
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38.00.00 – Экономика и управление42

38.00.00 – Экономика и управление42

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37 (2573)

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11 (2734)

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99 (2274)

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124 (1983)

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33 (2587)

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79 (2422)

44.00.00 – Образование и педагогические науки16

44.00.00 – Образование и педагогические науки16

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103 (2241)

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117 (2081)

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150

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127 (1963)

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09.00.00 – Информатика и вычислительная техника14

09.00.00 – Информатика и вычислительная техника14

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7 (2759)

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17 (2688)

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40.00.00 – Юриспруденция14

40.00.00 – Юриспруденция14

43.00.00 – Сервис и туризм12

43.00.00 – Сервис и туризм12

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90000 Information for Educational Institutions outside Canada 90001 90002 Information for Educational Institutions Outside Canada 90003 90004 Are you an administrator or staff member of a university, college, or other accredited post-secondary educational institution outside Canada who is responsible for completing the certificate that confirms qualifying tuition costs for students? If so, this information will help you to understand, fill in and certify the applicable Canadian tuition amounts certificate for students enrolled at your institution.90005 90004 The educational institution, the student, and the course or learning program must all first meet the conditions explained on these pages before you can fill out and certify one of the student tax forms. 90005 90004 Guide P105, Students and Income Tax, and the Students provide tax information for students who are residents of Canada, including those who are temporarily living outside Canada. Information sheet RC192, Information for Students - Educational Institutions Outside Canada, is also available to students.This supplement is intended to provide instructions for foreign educational institutions. It is available in electronic format only. 90005 90010 Canadian forms to fill out and certify for students 90011 90004 Students who file a Canadian income tax and benefit return should ask you to fill in and certify one of the following forms to support their eligibility for Canadian tax credits for qualifying education: 90005 90004 The requirements for each form are described in separate sections below.After completing and certifying it, issue it 90015 only 90016 to the student. 90005 90004 90015 Do not 90016 send us the certified form or any copy. If we need it, we will ask the student for it. 90015 Do not 90016 use your own country's tax forms and eligibility rules to certify amounts eligible for Canadian tax credits. For example, you can not use United States 'Form 1098-T for this purpose. 90005 90010 90015 Forms and publications 90016 90011 90004 To get our forms and publications, go to Forms and publications or call one of the following numbers: 90005 90030 90031 90015 1-800-959-8281 90016, from Canada and the United States.90034 90031 90015 613-940-8495 90016, from outside Canada and the United States. We accept collect calls by automated response. Please note that you may hear a beep and experience a normal delay. 90034 90039 90004 If your institution wants its own customized version of these forms, either to facilitate the download by the student from their electronic account or for other reasons, we can approve them if the customized form closely resembles our version. See Information Circular IC97-2R18, Customized Forms.90005 90004 If you download our forms from our website and make no changes in the appearance of the forms, you do not need us to approve them. 90005 90010 Reporting period 90011 90004 Fill out Form TL11A, TL11C, or TL11D to report information for a 90015 calendar year 90016, from 90015 January 1 to December 31 90016. Report eligible tuition fees paid and the number of eligible months that a qualifying student was enrolled during the calendar year shown on the form, even if the fees for those courses were paid before (or possibly after) that calendar year.Do not enter unpaid tuition fees on these forms. 90005 90052 Note 90053 90004 Do not report amounts for a 12-month period that is not the same as the calendar year, even if it is the reporting period used for tax returns in your country. 90005 90004 Most students must file their Canadian income tax and benefit returns for a calendar year no later than April 30 of the following year.Consequently, for courses taken in a calendar year, we ask that you issue a certified form by the last day of February of the following year to give students time to file their tax returns and correct any errors. 90005 90010 Tuition amount 90011 90004 This is a non-refundable amount that students may claim on their Canadian Income Tax and Benefit Return to reduce the tax they might have to pay. 90005 90004 Certify the 90015 eligible tuition 90016 fees paid for qualifying courses taken in the calendar year, as defined below.90005 90004 The eligibility criteria that qualifies the educational institution, the student, and the course or learning program are all unique. 90005 90004 Since eligibility conditions vary according to the students 'situation, attendance or enrolment, the duration of the courses, and the type of educational institution, refer to the Table of differences between Forms TL11A, TL11C and TL11D at the end of the document. 90005 90004 The table highlights some of the differences based on the situation and the form to be filled out and certified.Eligibility conditions for each form are described in the following separate sections. 90005 90010 University Outside Canada 90011 90004 We will accept that an educational institution is a "university outside Canada" if it meets 90015 all 90016 of the following conditions: 90005 90030 90031 it has the authority to confer academic degrees of at least the baccalaureate level (bachelor's degree or equivalent) according to the education standards of the country it is located in 90034 90031 it has an academic entrance requirement of at least secondary school matriculation standing 90034 90031 it is organized for teaching, study, and research in the higher branches of learning 90034 90039 90004 An educational institution outside Canada that confers only 90015 associate 90016 degrees, diplomas, certificates or other degrees at a 90015 level lower 90016 than the bachelor level or equivalent, does 90015 not 90016 qualify.Also, an institution that is 90015 affiliated 90016 with a university but does not have the authority to confer degrees, does 90015 not 90016 qualify. The institution itself must be able to confer degrees at the baccalaureate level or higher to be accepted as a university outside Canada. 90005 90004 Foreign educational institutions that are qualified donees are considered universities outside Canada for purposes of the tuition tax credit. Effective February 27, 2018, it is no longer a requirement for foreign educational institutions to be prescribed and included in Schedule VIII of the Income Tax Regulations.As such, foreign educational institutions will need to be registered by the CRA and included in its public list of qualified donees. See Information sheet RC191, Qualified Donee: Becoming a Prescribed University Outside Canada. 90005 90004 For the United States, we will also accept that an accredited degree-granting institution currently recognized by the Institute of Education Sciences National Center for Education Statistics or Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) is a university outside Canada, 90015 provided that 90016 the institution can grant degrees of 90015 at least 90016 the bachelor level.90005 90004 We will also accept that an educational institution that is part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities is a university outside Canada if the institution can grant degrees of 90015 at least 90016 the bachelor level. See the websites under References and publications. 90005 90004 Educational institutions listed on the CRA's public list of qualified donees 90015 do not 90016 need to apply for confirmation of eligibility. For the list of prescribed universities outside Canada, go to List of charities.However, we recommend that institutions that have not received confirmation of eligibility apply by writing to us to confirm that the institution is considered a university outside Canada. 90005 90004 For this purpose, 90015 only 90016 an official or authorized representative of the institution can send a request to: 90005 90004 Collections and Verification Branch 90119 Validation, Policies, and Procedures Section 90119 Canada Revenue Agency 90119 3rd Floor, 395 Terminal Avenue 90119 Ottawa ON K1A 0L5 90119 Canada 90005 90004 We may accept an educational institution as a university outside Canada if it has been fully accredited as a degree-granting institution by the highest-ranking accrediting body that is nationally accepted in the country of residence.The following documents have to be submitted: 90005 90030 90031 a copy of the documents issued by the appropriate educational authority in the country of residence confirming that the institution has been accredited as a university or institution of higher learning empowered to confer degrees at the baccalaureate (bachelor or equivalent) level or higher 90034 90031 a copy of the institution's latest calendar, syllabus or catalogue containing course curriculums and the admission criteria. We will also accept a website address (URL) if all the required information is available 90034 90039 90004 After we have made an evaluation, we will send a decision in writing, to the institution, stating whether it has been accepted as a university outside Canada.90005 90004 Even though you may determine that your educational institution meets our definition of a university outside Canada, establishing the institution's status with the 90136 CRA 90137 will help to ensure that students do not encounter difficulties or delays when filing their Canadian income tax returns. Otherwise, the students may face significant tax consequences, including having income tax claims disallowed. 90005 90010 Form TL11A, Tuition an Enrolment Certificate - University Outside Canada 90011 90004 Fill out Form TL11A to certify enrollment and eligible tuition fees for a qualifying student taking a course at a university outside Canada.Unless the student is a deemed resident of Canada, for tuition fees to qualify and be recorded and certified on Form TL11A, 90015 all 90016 of the following conditions have to be met: 90005 90030 90031 the student has to be in 90015 full-time 90016 attendance at a university outside Canada 90034 90031 90015 each 90016 course for which tuition fees are entered on the form must last at least three consecutive weeks 90034 90031 90015 each 90016 course must also lead to a degree of at least the bachelor level 90034 90031 the tuition fees must consist of eligible fees and must have been 90015 paid 90016 for the calendar year shown on the form 90034 90039 90004 Distance learning courses conducted online 90015 may 90016 qualify for the tuition amount if the courses require the student to be in virtual attendance, on a full-time basis, for classes and other interactive course-related activities.90005 90004 To be considered as being in full-time attendance, the student must be enrolled on a 90015 full-time 90016 basis and be either 90015 physically 90016 present on the campus of the foreign university, or 90015 virtually 90016 present at the university in scheduled , interactive, course-related activities conducted online. 90005 90004 Consequently, fees paid for distance-learning courses carried on by correspondence, which includes courses where students study largely at their own pace and where assignments or work are submitted electronically, do 90015 not 90016 qualify for the tuition tax credit.90005 90004 A student is 90015 not 90016 considered to be in full-time attendance when he or she carries a minor course load or devotes the greater amount of time to other non-curriculum activities, such as earning income from employment. 90005 90004 A student participating in university studies that do not lead to a degree is 90015 not 90016 eligible for the tuition tax credit on Form TL11A, unless they commutes regularly from Canada to a U.S. post-secondary educational institution or is a deemed resident of Canada.For more information, see the sections on Forms TL11C and Form TL11D. 90005 90052 Part 1 - Educational institution's certification 90053 90004 Enter the eligible tuition fees in Part 1 (second bullet). For a list of eligible tuition fees and non-eligible fees and expenses, see Income Tax Folio S1-F2-C2, Tuition Tax Credit, and Guide P105, Students and Income Tax. They are both available at Forms and publications. 90005 90004 Eligible tuition fees generally include the portion of eligible fees paid by scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, and prizes.This differs from the tax treatment required under the Internal Revenue Code in the United States. 90005 90004 Report the eligible tuition fees paid for courses taken in the particular calendar year shown in the top right corner of the form. This includes fees paid before the calendar year the student took the course and fees paid after the calendar year for that course. 90119 90005 90004 Enter the duration of the course in the columns in box A, "Session periods," of Part 1. 90005 90010 Example 90011 90004 If a student pays tuition fees in August 2018 for the whole academic year covering September 2018 through April 2019, enter only the part of the tuition fees that relates to the session periods from September to December 2018 on the form for 2018.Enter the tuition fees for the 2019 sessions on a separate form for 2019. 90119 90005 90004 If all or a part of eligible tuition fees paid in 2019 are for courses and session periods in 2018, include that part of the tuition fees on a Form TL11A for 2018 after the fees are paid. If you need to change or correct the original 2018 form, print or stamp "90015 Amended 90016" at the top of the original form and on all copies.90005 90004 If a student withdraws from a course or program and tuition fees are refunded, and a form or receipt had already been issued for the year, the educational institution should issue an amended form. 90005 90004 Enter the eligible tuition fees for the amount paid either in your country's currency or in Canadian dollars based on the exchange rates in effect at the time the fees were paid. In either case, identify the currency with the appropriate three-letter international currency code.90005 90010 Example 90011 90004 Tuition fees of $ 4,000 American dollars would be entered either as USD $ 4,000 or CAD $ 5,100.80 if the exchange rate for converting American dollars to Canadian dollars was 1.2752 at the time the fees were paid. 90119 90005 90004 The Bank of Canada lists official rates of foreign exchange rates and a calculator for converting many currencies to Canadian dollars.If the fees were paid throughout the calendar year, use the annual average exchange rate. 90119 90005 90010 Form TL11C, Tuition and Enrolment Certificate - Commuter to the United States 90011 90004 Fill out Form TL11C to certify eligible tuition fees and the number of months as a qualifying student living in Canada 90015 throughout the calendar year 90016 near the United States border. The student 90015 must be enrolled at and regularly 90016 90015 commute 90016 to an educational institution in the United States that provides courses at a 90015 post-secondary level 90016.90005 90004 Educational institutions near the Canada-U.S. border that meet the definition of a "university outside Canada" as described in Form TL11A are also accepted as for purposes of Form TL11C. 90005 90004 To find out if an educational institution is considered a university outside Canada for purposes of claiming tuition amounts, call one of the telephone numbers shown under the heading Call us or go to List of charities. 90005 90004 The term "commute" means that the distance between the student's residence and the educational institution must be close enough to allow daily or regular travel back and forth, especially by car, bus, or train.Airline travel three times a semester, for example, is not considered a commute. In this case, consider if Form TL11A applies instead. 90005 90004 Distance-learning programs or correspondence and online courses do not apply to Form TL11C because the student is not actually commuting. In such a case, if the educational institution is a university outside Canada and the course lasts at least three consecutive weeks and leads to a degree, you may consider if Form TL11A applies instead. 90005 90004 The course does 90015 not 90016 have to last at least three consecutive weeks and does 90015 not 90016 have to lead to a degree, and the student does 90015 not 90016 have to be in full-time attendance.90005 90004 Therefore, part-time students who commute to attend post-secondary classes in the United States may also be eligible for the tuition amount based on eligible tuition fees paid. 90005 90004 When entering the eligible tuition fees in Part 1 of Form TL11C, refer to the instructions under the heading Part 1 - Educational institution's certification. 90005 90010 Form TL11D, Tuition Fees Certificate - Educational Institutions outside Canada for a Deemed Resident of Canada 90011 90004 Fill out Form TL11D to certify 90015 only 90016 the eligible tuition fees of a student who is a deemed resident of Canada under section 250 of the Canadian Income Tax Act when the student is enrolled at a university, college or other educational institution outside Canada that provide courses at a 90015 post-secondary level 90016.Effective January 1 2017, and later years, fees for courses not at the post-secondary level that are paid to a university, college or other educational institution outside Canada that provides courses at the post-secondary level, qualify if the courses are taken to get or improve skills in an occupation by a student who is 16 years of age or older before the end of the year. However, for a deemed resident to claim the provincial or territorial education and textbook amounts, if applicable, the educational institution has to be a university outside Canada and Form TL11A must also be filled out.90005 90004 90015 Do not 90016 make the determination of whether a student is a deemed resident of Canada. It is up to the student and the CRA to make that determination. If the student says that they are deemed resident, or presents Form TL11D, you may presume that they are "deemed resident of Canada." 90005 90004 Generally deemed residents are people who stay in Canada for 183 days or more in a calendar year but have not set up residential ties in Canada, members of the Canadian Forces, Canadian Forces school staff, Canadian federal and provincial government officials and diplomats, employees of the Canadian International Development Agency, and their children or dependents.See Income Tax Folio S5-F1-C1, Determining an Individual's Residence Status. 90005 90004 A course does 90015 not 90016 have to last at least three consecutive weeks and does 90015 not 90016 have to lead to a degree, and a student does 90015 not 90016 have to be in full-time attendance. Part-time students are also eligible. The eligible tuition fees and the list of non-eligible fees and expenses are the same for Forms TL11D, TL11A and TL11C. See Income Tax Folio S1-F2-C2, Tuition Tax Credit, and our Guide P105, Students and Income Tax.90005 90004 All of the educational institutions accepted as a university outside Canada as described for Form TL11A are also accepted as such for purposes of Form TL11D. 90005 90010 Distribution of forms 90011 90004 Issue at least two copies of any of the above forms to the student. 90005 90004 We encourage you to keep adequate records for at least four years after the calendar year of the course in case we ask you to confirm any of the tuition fees you certified.90005 90004 If a student needs a duplicate copy of any form that you issued previously, make sure that you print or stamp "90015 Duplicate 90016" at the top of the form and on all copies. 90005 90052 Note 90053 90004 Do not send us the certified form or any duplicate copy of it. 90005 90010 Call us 90011 90004 If you need more information, call one of the following numbers: 90005 90004 Calls from Canada and the U.S. 90015 1-800-959-8281 90016 90119 Calls from outside Canada and the U.S. 90015 613-940-8495 90016 90119 Fax 90015 1-613-941-2505 90016 90005 90004 90015 Regular hours of service 90016 90119 Monday to Friday (except holidays) 90119 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern time 90005 90004 90015 Extended hours of telephone service 90016 90005 90004 90015 From the end of February to the end of April 90016 (except Easter weekend) 90005 90004 From 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Eastern time, Monday to Friday 90119 From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern time, on Saturdays 90119 90005 90004 We accept collect calls by automated response. Please note that you may hear a beep and experience a normal connection delay. 90005 90004 90010 References and publications 90011 90005 90004 90010 Appendix 90011 90005 90004 90052 Table of differences between Forms TL11A, TL11C, and TL11D 90053 90005 90335 90336 90015 TL11A: Tuition and Enrolment Certificate - University Outside Canada 90016 90339 90340 90341 90342 90015 Conditions: 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "university outside Canada" 90016 90345 90346 90015 Can be another type of post-secondary institution 90016 90345 90346 90015 Course must last at least three weeks and lead to a degree 90016 90345 90346 90015 Student must be in full-time attendance 90016 90345 90346 90015 Student must be enrolled full-time 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "qualifying educational program" 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "specified educational program" 90016 90345 90374 90375 90376 90341 90342 90015 Tuition fees 90016 90345 90382 YES 90383 90382 NO 90383 90382 YES 90383 90382 YES 90383 90382 YES 90383 90382 N / A 90383 90382 N / A 90383 90374 90397 90398 90335 90336 90015 TL11C: Tuition and Enrolment Certificate - Commuter to the United States 90016 90339 90340 90341 90342 90015 Conditions: 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "university outside Canada" 90016 90345 90346 90015 Can be another type of post-secondary institution 90016 90345 90346 90015 Course must last at least three weeks and lead to a degree 90016 90345 90346 90015 Student must be in full-time attendance 90016 90345 90346 90015 Student must be enrolled full-time 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "qualifying educational program" 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "specified educational program" 90016 90345 90374 90375 90376 90341 90342 90015 Tuition fees 90444 * 90445 90016 90345 90382 NO 90383 90382 YES 90383 90382 NO 90383 90382 NO 90383 90382 NO 90383 90382 N / A 90383 90382 N / A 90383 90374 90397 90398 90335 90336 90015 TL11D: Tuition Fees Certificate - Educational Institutions Outside Canada for a Deemed Resident of Canada 90016 90339 90340 90341 90342 90015 Conditions: 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "university outside Canada" 90016 90345 90346 90015 Can be another type of post-secondary institution 90016 90345 90346 90015 Course must last at least three weeks and lead to a degree 90016 90345 90346 90015 Student must be in full-time attendance 90016 90345 90346 90015 Student must be enrolled full-time 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "qualifying educational program" 90016 90345 90346 90015 Must be a "specified educational program" 90016 90345 90374 90375 90376 90341 90342 90015 Tuition fees 90444 * 90445 90016 90345 90382 NO 90383 90382 YES 90383 90382 NO 90383 90382 NO 90383 90382 NO 90383 90382 N / A 90383 90382 N / A 90383 90374 90397 90398 90002 * Note 90003 90004 Tuition fees for the 90015 TL11C 90016 and 90015 TL11D 90016 must be 90015 more 90016 than CAN $ 100 for each educational institution.90005 .90000 Information for Students - Educational Institutions outside Canada 90001 90002 Our publications and personalized correspondence are available in braille, large print, e-text, or MP3 for those who have a visual impairment. For more information, go to About multiple formats or call 90003 1-800-959-8281 90004. 90005 90002 La version française de ce feuillet est intitulée Renseignements pour les étudiants - Établissements d'enseignement à l'extérieur du Canada. 90005 90008 Table of Contents 90009 90002 Are you enrolling in a course or learning program at a foreign university, college, or other accredited post-secondary educational institution outside Canada? If so, this information will help you better understand your Canadian income tax obligations and benefits.90005 90002 Guide P105, Students and Income Tax, and the Students webpage contain information for students who are residents of Canada, including those who are temporarily living outside Canada. This information sheet provides additional information as well as links to other relevant tax publications and webpages that may help answer questions about your tax situation. 90005 90002 If you are an international student studying in Canada, go to International students. 90005 90016 Leaving Canada for education or employment 90017 90002 Individuals 'obligations or rights with respect to filing a Canadian income tax and benefit return for a particular year depend on their residency status.For residents of Canada, the requirement to file a return depends on the individual's income and other factors that may apply. See "Do you have to file a return?" in the guide for the tax package for the province or territory where you usually live. 90005 90020 Note 90021 If you have left Canada to study abroad, and wish to receive a written opinion regarding your residency status, fill out the Form NR73, Determination of Residency Status (Leaving Canada).Include the date when you left Canada and fill out the entire form to reflect your situation while you are studying outside of Canada. Include an additional letter with any further information that may help clarify your situation. Submit Form NR73 as soon as possible after your period of study has begun. 90002 For more information, see Income Tax Folio S5-F1-C1, Determining an Individual's Residence Status.90005 90016 Factual residents of Canada 90017 90002 If your stay abroad is temporary and you have kept significant residential ties in Canada, you will generally be considered a 90003 factual resident 90004 of Canada. A 90003 deemed resident 90004 is an individual who does not establish significant residential ties with Canada, who stays in Canada for 90003 183 days 90004 or more in a calendar year, 90003 and 90004 who is not considered to be a resident in their home country under the terms of a tax treaty between Canada and that country.90005 90002 A factual resident generally has to file a Canadian Income Tax and Benefit Return every year to report world income (from all sources in Canada and abroad) and to claim any entitlement to certain benefits. A deemed resident of Canada is subject to similar reporting requirements. 90005 90002 The same rules for reporting and calculating Canadian income also generally apply to foreign income earned. For example, if you are a factual resident, you generally have to report any employment income and other types of income earned in Canada 90003 and 90004 abroad, such as the taxable part (if any) of scholarships, fellowships, and bursaries, even if you do not get any income information slips from foreign sources similar to a Canadian T4 or T4A slip.90005 90002 However, even if you have 90003 no 90004 income 90003 or 90004 tax payable, you can still file a Canadian Income Tax and Benefit Return to report your eligible tuition fees. This will allow you to carry forward the unused amounts to the 90003 first 90004 year when you have tax payable. By filing a return, you may also be able to transfer a part or all of the unused current-year amounts, within limits, to another eligible person such as a spouse or a common-law partner, or to either your or your spouse's or common-law partner's parent or grandparent.90005 90002 If you are a factual resident when you file your return, the 90051 CRA 90052 will determine your eligibility and tell you if you are entitled to receive the 90053 GST / HST 90052 credit. To qualify for the Canada Child Benefit you and your spouse or common-law partner have to file a return every year, even if there is no income to report. 90005 90002 Your registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) deduction limits for a future year may be increased based on qualifying income earned in Canada 90003 and 90004 90003 abroad 90004 that you report on your current year's income tax and benefit return.90005 90002 If you are 18 or older, a resident of Canada, and have employment income outside Canada where you are not required to contribute to a plan that is similar to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), you may be able to contribute to the 90063 CPP 90052. See Form CPT20, Election to Pay Canada Pension Plan Contributions. 90005 90020 Tax treaties 90021 90002 If Canada has a tax treaty (also called a tax convention) with the foreign country where you are staying, it 90003 might 90004 affect how your income is reported and taxed in Canada 90003 and 90004 in the foreign country.90005 90002 Tax treaties are generally intended to avoid double taxation. They have specific rules on how certain types of income are reported and taxed, based on the residency of the individual. A tax treaty might also define how residency is determined and what taxes are affected, so it is important to check if a tax treaty might apply to your situation. 90005 90002 If you are considered a factual or deemed resident of Canada for tax purposes, and a resident of another country according to a tax treaty Canada has with the other country, you may be considered a deemed non-resident of Canada.90005 90002 Some tax treaties have special rules for students, such as Article XX of the Canada-U.S. tax convention. Note that the term "contracting state" used in the text of any tax treaty simply means a 90003 country 90004 that has signed the treaty. 90005 90002 Go to Tax treaties for more information. The "Status and text of Tax Treaties" link brings you to Finance Canada's "Status of Tax Treaty Negotiations" webpage where you will find a list of Canada's current tax treaties. Select a country to see the convention's terms and conditions.90005 90002 Canada has agreements with many countries for exchange of information programs that make it easier to share taxpayer data for compliance purposes. 90005 90002 When you file a Canadian Income Tax and Benefit Return, some of the income you earned abroad might not be taxable in Canada because of the provisions of a tax treaty. For more information, see the instructions for line 25600 in the Federal Income Tax Guide. 90005 90020 Foreign tax credits 90021 90002 When you report foreign income on which you paid a final non-refundable foreign income tax, and that income is not exempt from Canadian tax under a tax treaty, you may be eligible for a federal foreign tax credit to help offset the foreign tax you paid.See Income Tax Folio S5-F2-C1, Foreign Tax Credit, and Form T2209, Federal Foreign Tax Credits. 90005 90002 A provincial or territorial foreign tax credit might also apply. See Form T2036, Provincial or Territorial Foreign Tax Credit 90093, 90094 and the instruction sheet for completing your provincial or territorial forms (except Quebec). 90005 90020 Which Income Tax Package do I use? 90021 90002 Factual residents have to use the Income Tax Package for the province or territory where they keep residential ties.This would usually be where they lived immediately before leaving Canada and is entered as the "province or territory of residence on December 31" on the tax return. In this case, follow the guide and instructions for Income Tax Package, as you may be entitled to certain provincial or territorial tax credits even while you are away from Canada temporarily. 90005 90002 90003 Deemed residents 90004 have to use the Income Tax Package for non-residents and deemed residents of Canada. See our webpage for Deemed residents and note the special rules for government employees.90005 90016 Non-residents 90017 90002 If you sever residential ties with Canada to live abroad permanently 90003 or 90004 continue to receive Canadian source income after a permanent move from Canada, go to Individuals - Leaving or entering Canada and non-residents for more information. 90005 90016 Foreign income tax obligations 90017 90002 Your 90003 residency status 90004, the 90003 type 90004 and 90003 amount 90004 of income you earn during your stay abroad, the 90003 country 90004 that is the source of your income, whether there is a 90003 tax treaty 90004 in force, and the 90003 length 90004 of your stay are among the various factors that can affect both foreign 90003 and 90004 Canadian tax obligations.90005 90020 Note 90021 90002 Citizenship does not affect the filing of Canadian Income Tax and Benefit Returns, but it might be a factor in determining whether you have income tax obligations in certain foreign countries. 90005 90002 Even if you remain a factual resident of Canada and continue filing Canadian income tax and benefit returns, the statutory filing requirements for foreign income tax returns in the foreign country 90003 may 90004 90003 or 90004 90003 may not 90004 be affected, depending on the various factors outlined above.Any foreign requirements to pay tax will likely have a direct impact on how you fill out or file your Canadian return. 90005 90002 Before you leave Canada, contact the tax authorities of a foreign country to find out what rules might apply to you. Special tax rules might apply to international students and knowing what they are will help you meet both your Canadian 90003 and 90004 foreign income tax obligations. 90005 90002 For example, even though most 90003 scholarships 90004, 90003 fellowships 90004, 90003 and 90004 90003 bursaries 90004 are no longer taxed in Canada, some countries may consider these amounts to be taxable income, especially if the scholarship is received from the said country.If part of such a foreign scholarship has to be reported on your Canadian Income Tax and Benefit Return, then that part is reported at line 13000 "Other income" in Canadian dollars, and a 90003 foreign tax credit 90004 may generally be calculated for the non -refundable foreign tax you paid on the net scholarship reported. Check to see if Canada has a tax treaty with the country in which you are studying. This will help you to determine how any income you may earn while living in that country will be affected for tax purposes.90005 90002 We can not provide general information about the tax laws of foreign countries and jurisdictions. Although some foreign income tax information can be found online, it may not always be accurate or up-to-date for your particular situation. For this reason, it is preferable to contact the foreign tax authorities directly. 90005 90002 The following general information is for students who are considered to be 90003 factual 90004 or 90003 deemed residents 90004 of Canada. 90005 90016 Your income, deductions, benefits and credits 90017 90002 Guide P105, Students and Income Tax and the Students webpage explain the common types of income, deductions, credits, and benefits that generally apply to students.Some common areas for consideration are listed below: 90005 90020 Income 90021 90002 Any foreign income you report has to be shown in Canadian dollars on your Canadian Income Tax and Benefit Return (this also applies to deductions claimed). For example, foreign employment income is found under Line 10400 - Other employment income. If you have received assistance in the form of a scholarship, fellowship, bursary, or study grant, please see Income Tax Folio S1-F2-C3, Scholarships, Research Grants and Other Education Assistance.90005 90020 Deductions 90021 90002 If you paid moving expenses for your move from Canada, you may be eligible to claim the moving expense deduction. For more information, see Income Tax Folio S1-F3-C4, Moving Expenses, and the instructions on Form T1-M, Moving Expenses Deduction. If you are moving to be enrolled in a program at a post-secondary educational institution, you have to be a student in 90003 full-time 90004 attendance in order to claim the deduction.In such a case, the moving expenses deduction is limited to the amount of scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, some prizes, and research grants that are included in your income for the year. 90005 90020 Benefits 90021 90002 If you were employed by an educational institution and received free or subsidized tuition, the value of the education benefit may be taxable in certain circumstances. If the education benefit is not included in your employment income, you are not eligible to claim the tuition tax credit on your individual return.For more information, see Chapter 3 of Guide T4130, Employers 'Guide - Taxable Benefits and Allowances. 90005 90020 Credits 90021 90002 Interest paid on a student loan from a 90003 foreign source 90004 90003 is 90004 90003 not 90004 eligible for a non-refundable tax credit. For more information on the eligible student loans, see Chapter 4 of Guide 105, Students and Income Tax, or go to Deductions, credits, and expenses and select "Education deductions and credits", followed by "Line 31900 - Interest paid on your student loans ".90005 90002 The above noted references also explains: 90193 90005 90195 90196 how to calculate and claim the non-refundable tuition tax credit 90197 90196 how to transfer unused current-year tax credits to another designated individual or carry them forward to a future year 90197 90196 how to transfer or carry-forward tuition amounts 90197 90196 how to carry-forward education, and textbook amounts from years prior to 2017 90197 90196 how to get the student form certified to support such a claim (see the next heading) 90197 90206 90002 They also explain which 90003 federal 90004 90003 and provincial or territorial 90004 schedules students have to fill out when filing their Income Tax and Benefit Return.Depending on your province or territory of residence, you may be entitled to claim provincial or territorial education and textbook amounts in 2019. Although these amounts are no longer available for federal tax purposes after 2016, any unused education and textbook credit amounts carried forward from years prior to 2017 will remain available to be claimed in years after 2017. 90005 90002 The cost of any books that is included in the total fees for a correspondence course may be part of the eligible tuition fees 90003 only if 90004 the eligible educational institution is located 90003 in Canada 90004.In no other case is the cost of books added to eligible tuition fees. 90005 90002 With respect to tuition fees, the certification by Employment and Social Development Canada 90003 does 90004 90003 not 90004 apply to any educational institutions outside Canada, whether or not the course is to develop or improve skills in an occupation. 90005 90016 Forms for students 90017 90002 One of the following tax forms has to be filled out and certified by a qualified foreign educational institution to support any claim for the Canadian tuition amount: 90005 90002 The general eligibility conditions are explained below.You can select one of the forms above to download it, or you can get it at Forms and publications. To order printed copies, call 90003 1-800-959-8281 90004 toll-free from Canada or the United States. If you are calling from outside Canada and the United States, order our tax forms at 90003 613-940-8495 90004. We accept collect calls by automated response. You may hear a beep and experience a normal connection delay. 90005 90002 When you ask your foreign educational institution to fill out and certify one of these forms, refer them to Information sheet RC190, Information for Educational Institutions Outside Canada, for instructions.You do not have to attach a certified form to your Income Tax and Benefit Return, but keep it in case we ask to see it later. 90005 90002 If you are transferring unused amounts to a spouse or common-law partner, or to your or your spouse's or common-law partner's parent or grandparent, fill out and sign the designation of transfer (see Part 3 of Form TL11A, Part 4 of Form TL11C, or the back of Slip 2 of Form T2202, Tuition and Enrolment Certificate), and give a copy of the form to the person you are transferring the amounts to.90005 90016 Students with an impairment in physical or mental functions 90017 90002 If you are a part-time student who has an impairment in physical or mental functions that prevents you from being enrolled full-time, an attesting letter from a medical practitioner must be submitted to us. 90005 90002 You may be entitled to claim 90003 full-time 90004 rather than part-time in such a situation. If you are already entitled to the disability amount (line 31600 in the Income Tax and Benefit Return), the attesting letter from a medical practitioner is not needed when completing forms TL11A or TL11C.90005 90016 Tuition fees 90017 90002 In choosing a foreign educational institution, an important consideration is whether you will be able to claim the tuition fees you paid. 90005 90002 Unless you commute to the United States or are a 90003 deemed resident 90004 of Canada, a foreign educational institution must be a university 90003 outside Canada 90004 (see Form TL11A). We will accept that an educational institution is a university outside Canada for purposes of the tuition amount if it meets 90003 all 90004 of the following conditions: 90005 90195 90196 it has the authority to confer academic degrees of 90003 at least 90004 the bachelor level (bachelor's degree or equivalent) according to the education standards of the country it is located in 90197 90196 it has an academic entrance requirement of 90003 at least 90004 secondary school matriculation standing 90197 90196 it is organized for teaching, study and research in the higher branches of learning 90197 90206 90002 See Information sheet RC190, Information for Educational Institutions Outside Canada, for the information we use to determine if an educational institution is a university outside Canada for purposes of the tuition amount.90005 90002 Foreign educational institutions that are qualified donees are considered universities outside Canada for purposes of the tuition tax credit. Effective February 27, 2018, it is no longer a requirement for foreign educational institutions to be prescribed and included in Schedule VIII of the Income Tax Regulations. As such, foreign educational institutions will need to be registered by the CRA and included in its public list of qualified donees. See Information sheet RC191, Qualified donee: Becoming a Prescribed University Outside Canada.90005 90002 An educational institution outside Canada that confers only 90003 associate degrees 90004, diplomas, certificates or other degrees at a level 90003 lower 90004 than the bachelor level or equivalent, 90003 does not qualify 90004. Also, an institution that is 90003 affiliated 90004 with a university but does not have the authority to confer degrees, 90003 does not 90004 qualify. The institution itself must be able to confer degrees at the baccalaureate level or higher to be accepted as a 90003 university outside Canada 90004.90005 90002 For the United States, we will also accept that an accredited degree-granting institution currently recognized by the Institute of Education Sciences National Center for Education Statistics or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) is a university outside Canada, 90003 provided that 90004 the institution can grant degrees of 90003 at least 90004 the bachelor level. 90005 90002 We will also accept that an educational institution that is part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities is a university outside Canada, provided that the institution can grant degrees of 90003 at least 90004 the bachelor level.See the websites under References and publications at the end of this information sheet. 90005 90002 If you live in Canada all year near the United States border and commute regularly to take courses in the US, a qualified educational institution is a 90003 university 90004, 90003 college 90004, or 90003 other 90004 institution that provides courses at a 90003 post- secondary 90004 school level (see Form TL11C). 90005 90002 For a 90003 deemed resident 90004 of Canada claiming eligible tuition fees, a qualified foreign educational institution is a 90003 university 90004, 90003 college 90004, or 90003 other 90004 educational institution that gives courses at a 90003 post-secondary 90004 school level.Form TL11D must be filled out. However, for a deemed resident to claim the provincial or territorial education and textbook amounts, the educational institution has to be a 90003 university outside Canada 90004 and Form TL11A must be filled out 90003. 90004 90005 90002 To determine if we accept a particular foreign educational institution as an educational institution outside Canada for purposes of the tuition amount, call one of the telephone numbers shown under Call us. 90005 90002 Even if the institution is an accredited and recognized educational institution, your course or learning program must still meet certain conditions to be eligible for the tuition amount.90005 90002 For more information, see Income Tax Folio S1-F2-C1, Qualifying Student and the Education and Textbook Tax Credits, and Income Tax Folio S1-F2-C2, Tuition Tax Credit. The RC190 information sheet for foreign educational institutions provides other details on eligibility conditions. 90005 90002 The conditions for claiming the tuition fees can vary according to your situation, attendance or enrolment, the duration of the courses, and the type of educational institution. See Table of differences between Forms TL11A, TL11C, and TL11D in the Appendix of this information sheet to find out what requirements apply to your situation.90005 90002 90020 Note 90021 90005 90002 Unused education and textbook credit amounts carried forward from years prior to 2017 will remain available to be claimed in 2017 and later years. 90005 90002 The following paragraphs highlight the general eligibility conditions: 90193 90005 90020 Tuition amount - University Outside Canada (Form TL11A) 90021 90002 To claim an amount for tuition fees paid to a university outside Canada, 90003 all 90004 of the following conditions have to be met: 90005 90195 90196 You have to be in 90003 full-time attendance 90004 at a university outside Canada.90197 90196 Each 90003 90004 course that is claimed for tuition purposes must last 90003 at least 90004 three consecutive weeks and lead to a degree. 90197 90196 The tuition fees claimed must consist of eligible fees and must have been 90003 paid 90004 for the calendar year shown on the form. 90197 90206 90002 To be considered 90003 in full-time attendance 90004, you must be enrolled on a 90003 full-time 90004 basis and be either 90003 physically present 90004 on the campus of the university or 90003 virtually present 90004 at the university in scheduled, interactive, course-related activities conducted online (see below).90005 90002 Distance learning courses conducted online may qualify for the tuition tax credit if the courses require you to be in virtual attendance, on a full-time basis, for regularly scheduled classes and other interactive course-related activities. You must be able to show that you have met the full-time attendance requirements. 90005 90002 You are 90003 not 90004 considered to be in full time attendance if you are carrying a minor course load or if you devote the greater amount of time to other non-curriculum activities, such as earning income from employment.90005 90002 Fees you paid to a foreign university for distance-learning courses carried on by correspondence-type methods, including courses where you study largely at your own pace, and where assignments or work are submitted electronically, 90003 do not 90004 qualify for the tuition amount . 90005 90002 Eligible tuition fees generally include any portion of tuition fees paid by scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, and prizes. However, tuition fees reimbursed by your employer or your parent's employer are 90003 not 90004 eligible unless the amount reimbursed is included in the recipient's income.90005 90002 The eligible tuition fees are shown in Part 1 of Form TL11A and claimed on line 2 of your federal Schedule 11, Tuition, Education, and Textbook Amounts, and on line 2 of your provincial or territorial Schedule (11) except for residents of Quebec . 90005 90002 If you commute across the border to the United States, see Form TL11C. If you are a deemed resident of Canada and you attend an educational institution outside Canada, see the comments for Form TL11D. 90005 90020 Tuition amount - Commuter to the United States (Form TL11C) 90021 90002 If you live in Canada 90003 throughout the year 90004 near the United States border and 90003 regularly 90004 commute to an educational institution in the United States where you are enrolled, the institution has to be a 90003 university 90004, 90003 college 90004, or 90003 other 90004 educational institution in the United States that provides courses at a 90003 post-secondary level 90004.The fees paid must also consist of 90003 eligible tuition fees 90004, and the fees paid to each institution at which the individual is 90003 enrolled 90004 must be 90003 more than $ 100 90004. 90005 90002 A course 90003 does not 90004 have to last at least three consecutive weeks, 90003 does not 90004 have to lead to a degree, and you 90003 do 90004 90003 not 90004 have to attend full-time. Therefore, if you attend part-time, commute, and meet the general conditions, you are eligible for the tuition amount.90005 90002 The term "commute" means that the distance between your residence and the educational institution must be close enough to allow daily or regular travel back and forth, especially by car, bus or train. Distances that are beyond daily travel, such as airline travel three times a semester, are not considered a commute. In such a case, consider if Form TL11A might apply instead. 90005 90002 The rules relating to education reimbursements are the same for Forms TL11C and TL11A. 90005 90020 Tuition amount - Educational Institutions Outside Canada for a Deemed Resident of Canada (Form TL11D) 90021 90002 Use Form TL11D to certify 90003 only 90004 your 90003 eligible tuition fees 90004 if all of the following apply: 90005 90195 90196 you are a 90003 deemed resident 90004 of Canada under section 250 of the Canadian Income Tax Act 90197 90196 you are 90003 enrolled 90004 at a 90003 university 90004, 90003 college 90004 or 90003 other 90004 designated educational institution outside Canada that provides courses at a 90003 post-secondary 90004 level 90197 90196 the 90003 eligible tuition fees 90004 paid to each institution must be 90003 more 90004 than 90003 $ 100 90004 90197 90206 90002 Effective January 1 2017, and later years, fees for courses not at the post-secondary level that are paid to a university, college or other educational institution outside Canada that provides courses at the post-secondary level, qualify if the courses are taken to get or improve skills in an occupation by a student who is 16 years of age or older before the end of the year.However, for a deemed resident to claim the provincial or territorial education and textbook amounts, if applicable, the educational institution has to be a university outside Canada and Form TL11A must also be filled out. 90193 90005 90002 A course 90003 does not 90004 have to last at least three consecutive weeks and 90003 does not 90004 have to lead to a degree, and you do 90003 not 90004 have to attend full-time. 90005 90002 The following tuition fees are not eligible: 90005 90195 90196 fees paid or reimbursed by your or your parent's employer, where the amount is not included in your or your parent's income 90197 90196 fees paid by a federal, provincial, or territorial job training program, where the amount is not included in your income 90197 90196 fees paid (or eligible to be paid) under a federal program to help athletes, where the payment or reimbursement has not been included in your income 90197 90206 90016 Lifelong learning plan (LLP) 90017 90002 Under certain conditions, the 90486 LLP 90052 allows an individual to withdraw amounts from their 90488 RRSP 90052 to finance training or education for themselves or for a spouse or common-law partner at a designated educational institution, which includes a 90003 university outside Canada 90004 in a course lasting 90003 at least 90004 three consecutive weeks and leading to a degree.90005 90002 It also includes an educational institution in the United States that provides post-secondary courses if you live in Canada throughout the year, near the United States border, and commute to that institution to take the course. For more details, see Guide RC4112, Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP). 90005 90016 Registered education savings plan (RESP) 90017 90002 Under certain conditions, an 90500 RESP 90052 allows educational assistance payments to be made to a beneficiary (student) to help finance the cost of post-secondary education.This may include a qualifying educational program at an educational institution outside Canada that has courses at the post-secondary school level, as long as you are enrolled in a course that lasts at least three consecutive weeks. For more details, see Guide RC4092, Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs). 90005 90016 Call us 90017 90002 If you need more information, call one of the following numbers: 90005 90002 Calls from Canada and the U.S. 90003 1-800-959-8281 90004 90193 Calls from outside Canada and the U.S. 90003 613-940-8495 90004 90193 Fax 90003 1-613-941-2505 90004 90005 90002 90003 Regular hours of service 90004 90193 Monday to Friday (except holidays) 90193 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern time 90005 90002 90003 Extended hours of telephone service 90004 90193 90003 From the end of February to the end of April 90004 (except Easter weekend) 90193 From 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Eastern time, Monday to Friday 90193 From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern time, on Saturdays 90005 90002 We accept collect calls by automated response.You may hear a beep and experience a normal connection delay. 90005 90002 90016 References and publications 90017 90005 90002 90016 Appendix 90017 90005 90002 90020 Table of differences between Forms TL11A, TL11C, and TL11D 90021 90005 90546 90547 90003 TL11A: Tuition and Enrolment Certificate - University Outside Canada 90004 90550 90551 90552 90553 Conditions: 90554 90555 Must be a "university outside Canada" 90554 90555 Can be another type of post-secondary institution 90554 90555 Course must last at least three weeks and lead to a degree 90554 90555 Student must be in full-time attendance 90554 90555 Student must be enrolled full-time 90554 90555 Must be a "qualifying educational program" 90554 90555 Must be a "specified educational program" 90554 90569 90570 90571 90552 90553 Tuition fees 90554 90575 YES 90576 90575 NO 90576 90575 YES 90576 90575 YES 90576 90575 YES 90576 90575 N / A 90576 90575 N / A 90576 90569 90590 90591 90546 90547 90003 TL11C: Tuition and Enrolment Certificate - Commuter to the United States 90004 90550 90551 90552 90553 Conditions: 90554 90555 Must be a "university outside Canada" 90554 90555 Can be another type of post-secondary institution 90554 90555 Course must last at least three weeks and lead to a degree 90554 90555 Student must be in full-time attendance 90554 90555 Student must be enrolled full-time 90554 90555 Must be a "qualifying educational program" 90554 90555 Must be a "specified educational program" 90554 90569 90570 90571 90552 90553 Tuition fees 90620 * 90621 90554 90575 NO 90576 90575 YES 90576 90575 NO 90576 90575 NO 90576 90575 NO 90576 90575 N / A 90576 90575 N / A 90576 90569 90590 90591 90546 90547 90003 TL11D: Tuition Fees Certificate - Educational Institutions Outside Canada for a Deemed Resident of Canada 90004 90550 90551 90552 90553 Conditions: 90554 90555 Must be a "university outside Canada" 90554 90555 Can be another type of post-secondary institution 90554 90555 Course must last at least three weeks and lead to a degree 90554 90555 Student must be in full-time attendance 90554 90555 Student must be enrolled full-time 90554 90555 Must be a "qualifying educational program" 90554 90555 Must be a "specified educational program" 90554 90569 90570 90571 90552 90553 Tuition fees footnote * 90620 90621 90554 90575 NO 90576 90575 YES 90576 90575 NO 90576 90575 NO 90576 90575 NO 90576 90575 N / A 90576 90575 N / A 90576 90569 90590 90591 90016 * Note 90193 90017 90002 Tuition fees for the TL11C and TL11D must be 90003 more 90004 than CAN $ 100 for each educational institution.90005 .90000 System of Education in Russia 90001 90002 90003 Learn Russian in the European Union 90004 90005 Student Login 90006 Student Account 90007 LoginForgot passwordStaff Login 90006 Staff Account 90007 LoginForgot password 90002 90003 90004 90003 90004 90005 Menu 90002 90003 Online Russian Courses 90002 90003 Individual Online Course: Russian as a Foreign Language 90004 90003 Individual Online Tailored Russian Language Program 90004 90003 Online Russian Courses FAQ 90004 90003 Costs for Online Russian Courses 90004 90005 90004 90003 Study 90002 90003 Academic Year / Semester Study Abroad Programs 90004 90003 Russian as a Foreign Language 90004 90003 Individually Tailored Russian Language Program 90004 90003 Custom Russian Language Project 90004 90003 Teacher development courses 90004 90003 Internship opportunities 90004 90005 90004 90003 For students 90002 90003 Russian Host Families 90004 90003 Study in Latvia visa-free 90004 90003 Excursions and Social Programs 90004 90003 Peer communication partners 90004 90003 Arriving in Daugavpils 90004 90003 Terms and Conditions 90004 90003 For-credit Course Catalog 90004 90003 Language Proficiency Levels 90004 90003 Student Testimonials 90004 90003 Dobychin Scholarship 90004 90005 90004 90003 Costs 90004 90003 Daugavpils 90002 90003 About Daugavpils 90004 90003 Russian Language Immersion in the European Union 90004 90003 Perfect Location to Learn Russian 90004 90003 Jewish Daugavpils 90004 90003 Sights to See in Daugavpils 90004 90003 Photo Gallery 90004 90005 90004 90003 Apply now! 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Prestigious universities in the UK, USA, France and Switzerland have opened branches here and are widely in demand among international students. SMAPSE experts will talk about what prospects Dubai opens for foreign students below. 90005 90006 Studying in Dubai: Schooling 90007 90004 Foreign students who choose to attend private schools in Dubai receive: 90005 90010 90011 High level education and European standard 90012 90011 Education in prestigious programs in Britain, USA and Switzerland 90012 90011 Ample entertainment options: from camel safaris to temple excursions 90012 90011 International learning environment 90012 90011 High level of comfort.90012 90021 90004 Education in private schools in Dubai is very popular among expats, because the educational system is largely focused on the interests of foreign students: 90005 90010 90011 30% of private schools work under the British education module 90012 90011 In second place are American and Indian schools 90012 90011 In third place are French, German, Canadian and Iranian schools 90012 90011 In total, 173 private schools operate in Dubai, in which 265 thousand students representing 183 nationalities study.90012 90021 90006 Studying in Dubai for older students 90007 90036 International baccalaureate 90037 90010 90011 Description: International Baccalaureate - a course known throughout the world. Upon completion, students receive international certificates with which you can enter a university anywhere in the world 90012 90011 Language of instruction: study takes place in a bilingual environment 90012 90011 Cost: 65,300 $ per year 90012 90011 Where passes: Repton School Dubai, Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai.90012 90021 90036 GCSE, A-Level 90037 90010 90011 Description: British programs for students after grades 8-11. British education is distinguished by an in-depth study of specialized subjects in high school. 90012 90011 Language of instruction: English 90012 90011 Cost: 86,000 AED per year 90012 90011 Where passes: Kent College Dubai, St Christopher School Letchworth. 90012 90021 90036 Swiss Federal Maturite 90037 90010 90011 Description: at the end of the program, students will receive a Swiss certificate 90012 90011 Language of instruction: German 90012 90011 Cost: 65,300 $ per year 90012 90011 Where passes: Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai .90012 90021 90036 International Foundation, University Pathway 90037 90010 90011 Description: on programs in front of the university, students focus on specialized subjects and improve language skills. At the end of the course, students successfully enter universities, and some of them invite graduates immediately to the 2nd undergraduate course 90012 90011 Language of instruction: English 90012 90011 Cost: about 42,000 AED in 24 weeks 90012 90011 Where passes: Middlesex University Dubai, Emirates Aviation University.90012 90021 90036 Special programs 90037 90010 90011 Description: educational programs in specific areas: business, medicine, law. 90012 90011 Cost: about 1,900 $ per week 90012 90011 Where passes: Business Insight Program, Boston University CELOP. 90012 90021 90006 Studying at Dubai universities in preparatory courses 90007 90004 Although there are 2 types of universities in the United Arab Emirates - public and private - only UAE citizens study in the first: the emphasis in such institutions is on reading the Koran and studying Islam .Therefore, foreign students go to private universities, paying a lot of money for education. Most private universities work according to the British system of education, and a graduate of a foreign school has to go through preparatory programs before entering a university in order to equalize certificates. Another option is to study at a local university for 1 year and then transfer to the University of Dubai. 90005 90004 If you discard the high prices and the need to undergo additional education before entering a university, in Dubai there are excellent conditions for students.Here you will definitely have plenty to choose from: in Dubai, branches of world-famous educational institutions of Britain, Switzerland, the USA, France and other countries are opened. Universities provide assistance in obtaining visas, and the prestige of the local diplomas can safely be on a par with diplomas from Britain and the USA. 90005 90006 TOP-10 best universities in Dubai 90007 90010 90011 Heriot-Watt University Dubai 90012 90011 University of Sharjah 90012 90011 Middlesex University Dubai 90012 90011 HULT Dubai International Business School 90012 90011 The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management 90012 90011 Synergy University Dubai 90012 90011 American University in Dubai 90012 90011 University of Wollongong Dubai 90012 90011 Murdoch University Dubai.90012 90021 90004 Read also ... 90005.

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