Cost of Tuition/Living
The following is an itemized list of expenses for one graduate student. Applicants should note that these costs are estimates and should be used only as a guideline. Specific costs related to tuition and fees are listed on the Student Financial Services website.
Costs incurred by a student may vary depending on many factors including, but not limited to, lifestyle, whether you are supporting family members, and the program to which you are admitted. All costs are estimated in Canadian dollars and are subject to change at any time.
In order to estimate your tuition and cost of living expenses calculate the Domestic or International Tuition and Fees cost plus the cost of living expenses in charts below.
Graduate Tuition and Fees
|Per Semester Tuition (Fall 22), Including Compulsory Fees*||Domestic Costs||International Costs|
|International Students - University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) for fall semester.||$756 annually|
*Including program-specific fees, other University fees, and student organization fees which are $277 less in the winter semester.
**Tuition shown accounts for the international doctoral tuition scholarship for those admitted with a minimum 80% average.
Additional expenses to consider may include travel to (or within) Canada.
Setting up your home in Guelph
On-Campus Housing: Applications for Fall are due by June 1
Searching for Off-Campus Housing Video
University of Guelph Off-Campus Living
U of G Rental Living Resource Webpage
Off-Campus Living Advisor
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Average food cost per year in 2022 for an adult 19-30years - $3,714 (Canada Food Price Report, 2022)