Cost of Tuition/Living | Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

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Existing Students: see UPDATE FROM THE AVP GRADUATE STUDIES.  For international students with questions relating to your study permit, please connect with your international student advisor; if you have gone abroad or intend to go abroad, and you have new immigration or travel concerns, please consult with your international student advisor.

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Applicants: We continue to process applicants and issue of offers of admission. 

The Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies is committed to supporting our students.  We will work with you to ensure minimized disruption for all current and incoming students. 

Cost of Tuition/Living

The following is an itemized list of expenses for one graduate student, for one calendar year. 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.


Domestic Tuition & Fees

Cost

Domestic- Full-time fees per semester  
MA/MSc/MASc (does not include executive programs i.e. MA (Leadership) etc.)    $2,377.53
non-MA/MSc/MASc $2,496.69
PhD $2,330.69
Student Fees - Compulsory and Optional $806.48
Domestic -Part- time tuition & fees please see Student Financial Services website  

International Tuition & Fees

Cost

International- Full-time tuition & fees per semester  
MA/MSc/MASc (does not include executive programs i.e. MA (Leadership) etc.)    $6837.54
non-MA/MSc/MASc $7,250.48
PhD $6,560.27
Student Fees - Compulsory and Optional $806.48
UHIP Fees $636
International -Part- time tuition & fees please see Student Financial Services website  

Anticipated Expenses

Minimum

Maximum

Room & Board $11,800 $16,000
Transportation $500 $3,000
Books & Supplies $1,000 $2,000
Miscellaneous (entertainment, sales taxes, eye glasses, minor repairs, etc.) $1,500 $4,000
Sub-total $14,800 $25,000

Please note that these estimates do not include the purchase and up-keep of computer hardware or software nor travel for international students who plan on returning home during their studies. Please budget appropriately.