Huron EnRoute Program
Huron's EnRoute Program helps advanced students prepare for university study by combining English studies with academic courses.
The EnRoute Program is an eight-month program designed for students who are close to meeting the language proficiency requirements for direct entry to Huron University College.
Students enrolled in this program study 15 hours per week of English combined with taking 2.0 approved university credits. Successful completion of this program will gain students direct entry into full-time studies in arts, business and social sciences at Huron.
How do I apply to the EnRoute Program?
To apply, click on the “Apply Now” link for the EnRoute Program, fill out the form and submit it online or add Huron to your OUAC application.
For whom is the program designed?
Huron’s EnRoute Program is designed for applicants that are interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology or Economics at Huron University College.
What documents do I need to include in my application?
Students will need to include their high school or college transcripts, as well as proof of English proficiency. For details about the application process for degree study, please visit the Huron Admissions website.
Tuition and Expenses
How much does it cost to study in the EnRoute Program?
Tuition for the EnRoute Program is $27,979* (CAD) plus ancillary fees for the full year (Cost does not include residence).
Payment for tuition and accommodation can be made via these methods.
Scholarships are available to students who are applying for degree studies at Huron. For details, visit the Huron University College scholarship website.
*Please note: fees are subject to change without notice.
What are my housing options?
Students can choose to stay in one of our on-campus residences, or make their own housing arrangements off-campus. Students often choose to stay in residence during their first year and then live off-campus during subsequent years of study. This helps students to better adjust to the Canadian culture and make new friends. Huron will help all students make arrangements for on-campus housing.
Where can I learn more about my housing options at Huron?
Please visit the Huron Residence website.
We are happy to help students select the program that is right for them and to guide them through the application process. Our staff members speak a number of languages, including Mandarin, Arabic, Tagalog, Spanish, Portuguese, Albanian, Russian, Turkish and Slovenian. Please contact us with any questions.
Phone: (519) 661-2111, extension 85252