Tuition, Fees & Costs

Going to university requires a significant financial investment: tuition fees, services fees, books and supplies. It all adds up. But with a bit of planning, you can enjoy all that student life has to offer, even while balancing work and your studies.

Use MacEwan's tuition estimator to calculate the fees you can expect in a single term. Then, see if you are eligible for a student loan, scholarship, bursary or award that will help cover the cost of your post-secondary experience.

Tuition estimator

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*Tuition and fees for international students in fall or winter terms are calculated on a minimum of nine credits. If you take fewer than nine credits, you will be charged the international student tuition for nine credits.

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Credits and course load

Most courses are worth 3 credits and most programs consider 15 credits (5 courses) a full course load for one term. You need to take a minimum of 9 credits to be considered full-time for the purposes of student loans, unless you have been approved through Services to Students with Disabilities to take a reduced course load.


Technology Requirements

Second-year Journalism majors in the Bachelor of Communication Studies must supply their own Apple laptop, peripherals, and software. If you need to purchase a new computer for this purpose, the details and specifications are outlined each year (usually in early July). If you already own an Apple laptop, it must meet the minimum standard.

You will need your laptop for the first week of classes in your second year. During your first year, there are a number of dedicated desktop computers available to students in the Library and various labs.

SPECIFICATIONS (PDF)