Cost of Education

All universities in Canada receive public funding´s through provincial government, so you don´t have to worry about high tuition fee, also involvement of provincial government ensures that the university standard are maintained.
Tuition Expenses

All the universities in Canada are funded by provincial governments which ensures that the cost of studies don´t go too high

  • The tuition fee in Canada is much more less than all other countries like Australia, U.S.A etc.
  • The tuition fee in Canada can vary from province to province, it also depends upon programs and universities chosen.
  • An undergraduate course can take a period of 3-4 years and can cost up to CAD 25000(Canadian dollars) per year, and a graduate course can take a period of 1-2 years and can cost up to CAD 32,000 per year.

There are 10 provinces and 3 territories in Canada, and the tuition fee varies from province to province, Below are the details of university fees for all provinces in Canada for undergraduate and Graduate courses
Provinces University fees range in ($CAD) for Undergraduate courses University fees range in ($CAD) for Graduate courses
Prince Edward Island 8970 2,473
Quebec 10068 – 12930 2,792
British Columbia 9248 – 17667 7,527
Alberta 8000 – 15767 4,775
Saskatchewan 8489 – 11482 4,506
Manitoba 5573 – 8283 4,363
New Brunswick 7843 – 12810 5,583
Nova Scotia 8233 – 14349 7,926
Newfoundland and Labrador 8780 2,473
Ontario 6900 – 16800 8,456