Tuition fee increases

2015-2016 academic year

Based on 2014-2015, Tuitions Fees have been increased as follows (effective date September 1 2015):


Entering students: In general, you are considered an "entering student" the year you are admitted to the degree for which you currently pay university fees. This reference year, which starts May 1 and ends April 30, will be used to determine your university fees for the duration of your degree.

Returning students: In general, you are considered a "returning student" each year following your admission to the degree for which you currently pay university fees.

Undergraduate

Canadian citizens, permanent residents, exempt international students

ProgramsEnteringReturning
Law, Medicine, Management, Computer Science and Engineering5%4%
Other programs3%3%

Non-exempt international students

ProgramsEnteringReturning
Common law and Computer Science7%6%
Other programs10%6%

Graduate - Master's and graduate diplomas

Canadian citizens, permanent residents, exempt international students

ProgramsEnteringReturning
M. Eng., MBA, M.A.Sc., M.H.A, Education, Nursing Science and LLM.5%3%

Non-exempt international students

ProgramsEnteringReturning
Arts and Science3%3%
M. Eng., MBA, Education, Nursing Science and Social Work10%6%
M.Sc.Management, M.A.Sc., M.H.A., Communication, Computer science, Electronic business, Music, System science and all other Master`s and Graduate Diplomas4%4%

Graduate - PhD

Canadian citizens, permanent residents, exempt international students

ProgramsEnteringReturning
Graduate - PhD0%0%

Non-exempt international students

ProgramsEnteringReturning
Graduate - PhD0%0%
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