Graduate Certificate in Bridging to Canadian Physical Therapy Practice

Fees and Expenses

Estimated Fees for 2020-21 Program

Students will be responsible for paying: Application fees,non instructional, instructional and other associated fees. In addition to the Bridging Certificate tuition fees, plan for approximately $500 for textbooks or resources depending on the books you already have. The university also has many of the books used in the program in the library. Students are responsible for providing their own laptop computers that are no more than 2 years old and capable of running the latest versions of Firefox, Google Chrome, Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Word. Tablets and smartphones will not be acceptable. Students may opt out of health and dental plans which will reduce the non-instructional component of the tuition.

Graduate Application fee: $100
Instructional fees for the program: $11,000 CAD (estimated)
Non-Instructional Fees: To be determined
Books and materials: $500 (estimated) 
Health and safety pre-requisites: $400 (estimated)
Admission assessment fee: $100 
Total Estimated Cost = $12,000


Please note:

Students are responsible for accommodation and meals during the Boot Camp Week.  If you would like information about reasonable accommodations near the Edmonton campus, please email

Expenses incurred during clinical internships will vary depending on the location of the placement (e.g., travel to organization, relocation costs, fees for immunizations, police record check, etc.) are the responsibility of the student.


The table below outlines the courses in each term and the associated term costs.

  • Fall 2020 term fees are due by September 26, 2020.
  • Winter 2021 term fees are due by January 30, 2021.
  • Spring term fees deadline (To be determined).      


Term 1 (Fall 2019)















Non instructional fees









Term 2 (Winter 2020)
















Non instructional fees









Term 3 (Spring/Summer 2020)