When do classes start?

Universities typically announce specific class dates for their programs about one to three months prior to the actual starting date. If you’ve applied to universities, they may also include the exact starting dates in the Letters of Acceptance they send you. Moreover, universities often have four intake periods throughout the year, which are Fall (August, September, October), Winter (November, December, January), Spring (February, March, April), and Summer (May, June, July).

For the most current information on intake dates, you can find them listed under each program page in the intakes section.

Note: Some of the denoted dated are not classes start date, instead, they are orientation dates. Orientation periods typically occur 3 to 10 days before the classes officially begins.