Tuition fees

2016-2017 academic year

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Tuition fees are calculated based on how far you have progressed in your University of Ottawa program.

Tuition fees are calculated differently for undergraduate and for graduate programs.

For the tuition fee payment deadlines, see important academic dates and deadlines.

Undergraduate

Fees are based on the total number of units (formerly called credits) you will have completed by the end of the term you are being billed for:

  • 33 or fewer units
  • 33.01 to 66 units
  • 66.01 to 99 units
  • 99.01 units or more

Example: If you have already completed two full-time terms (30 units with a standard course load), and will be enrolling for 15 additional course units each for the Fall  and Winter  terms, the total number of units used to determine your tuition fees for the Winter  term will be 60, putting you in the 33.01 to 66 units tuition fee level.

Graduate

Fees are based on the total number of terms you will have completed by the end of the term you are being billed for:

  • 2 terms or less
  • 3 to 5 terms
  • 6 to 8 terms
  • 9 terms or more

Example: If you have already completed two full-time terms in a graduate program, and will be enrolling full time for the Fall and Winter terms, the total number of terms used to determine your tuition fees for the Winter terms will be 4, putting you in the 3 to 5 term tuition fee level.

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Fee payment

Electronic billing is the University's official billing method for all students.

Tuition fees increases

Tuition fees may be subject to annual increases.

See the tuition percentage increases tables from 2016-2017 to 2017-2018.

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