Tuition fees are assigned on a per-credit basis and students require 62 credits to complete the program. Including student fees, books, equipment, etc., this translates to about $9,000 per year or $18,000 to complete the two-year program for domestic students. Students who receive transfer credit pay lower fees. For more detailed information on KPU student tuition and fees, visit Tuition & Fees or consult the current Academic Calendar.
For international students, the program is approximately $17,500 CDN per year or $35,000 CDN to complete the two-year program. International students must apply through KPU's Office of International Students at kpu.ca/international.
The Brewing and Brewery Operations Diploma Program is now eligible for student loans. For more information visit studentaidbc.ca
Scholarships & Awards
There are a number of awards and scholarships available to KPU Brewing students, with more being added each year. Below is a list of current awards, however, for more details visit KPU's Scholarship, Bursary and Awards Guide or click here. The Guide contains important information such as complete descriptions, awards criteria, eligibility, and application deadlines.
For details of each award listed below, click on the company name. For more information on the individual companies, click on their logo.
KPU Brewing Awards:
|Barley's Homebrewing Supplies||$1,000|
|Coal Harbour Brewing Co.||$1,000|
|Fernie Brewing & NSI Newlands Systems Gord Demaniuk Memorial||$1,000|
|Four Winds Brewing||$1,000|
|Trading Post Brewing/John Mitchell||$1,000|
|Tri-Cities Cask Festival Women of Brewing||$1,500|
|Victoria Beer Week Award||$2,000|
If your organization is interested in creating a scholarship award for a KPU Brewing student, please contact advancement officer Karen Hammond in KPU's Office of Advancement at email@example.com. Alternatively, you can contact DeAnn Bremner or Michelle Molnar at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-599-2357.