Study Expenses in Canada

The mix of Canada's natural environment and its high ranked reputation for high-quality masteral education are just some of the things that attract thousands of foreign students to Canada annually. International students elect to study graduate plans in Canada due to:

Admission in graduate undergraduate and other level degrees

Canadian degrees and diplomas are well recognized throughout the world. Canadian work experience is highly desirable by multinational companies who actively recruit on Canadian campuses.


Canada spends more per capita on its education system than any other country in the world. As a result, Canadian universities and colleges offer lower tuition rates for international students than their counterparts in many other countries. The cost of study in Canada is considerably less than the USA, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

University tuition fees for full-time foreign students

Province

2006 - 2007
Undergraduate tuition fees
(per academic year)*

2006 - 2007
Graduate tuition fees
(per academic year)**

Newfoundland and Labrador

$8,780

$1,896 - $3,549

Prince Edward Island

$8,970

$4,854 - $7,281

Nova Scotia

$8,233 - $14,349

$5,735 - $19,467

New Brunswick

$7,843 - $12,810

$7,260 - $9,384

Quebec

$10,068 - $12,930

$9,078 - $20,000

Ontario

$6,900 - $16,800

$5,650 - $26,764

Manitoba

$5,573 - $8,283

$4,170 - $7,937

Saskatchewan

$8,489 - $11,482

$2,000 - $7,078

Alberta

$8,000 - $15,767

$5,500 - $21,546

British Columbia

$9,248 - $17,667

$2,600 - $33,667

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