Domestic cost Estimate

Estimate the costs you can expect in a single term. The number of courses you take—and the credit value of each course—will determine the total tuition and costs you owe as a domestic student. The domestic category includes Canadian citizens, permanent residents and Convention refugees.

Most courses are worth three credits and most programs consider fifteen credits a full course load for one term. You must take a minimum of nine credits to be considered a full-time student.

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An academic year has three terms: Fall, Winter and Spring/Summer. The cost estimate is for a single term.

International student status

If you require a study permit to study in Canada, are in Canada with other temporary resident status, or are a refugee/Protected Person claimant whose notice of decision is pending, you are deemed to be an international student when enrolled at the university and are subject to all policies and regulations applicable to international students. This includes the assessment of tuition and fees which are assessed at the international tuition rate.

If your immigration status changes after admission, you must notify the Office of the University Registrar (OUR) of the change and provide the necessary supporting documentation.

Immigration status and immigration status changes
International Cost Estimate

Estimate tuition and fees for international students.

International Estimator
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