Program Costs

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

Entrance scholarships
If you have recently graduated from high school, we've made the road to post-secondary smoother for you with entrance scholarships for academic achievement. If you are beginning studies in the Fall term, you are automatically considered.
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Term cost estimate

Estimate the fees you can expect in a single term. An academic year has three terms: Fall, Winter and Spring/Summer.

Domestic Students

Estimate tuition and fees for Canadian students, including permanent residents and Convention refugees.

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International students

Estimate tuition and fees for International students.

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The big picture
You can find the approximate cost for your full program in our cost estimate sheet. It includes tuition, term fees, books, supplies and other expected or optional fees. Tuition fees are subject to change, but a rough estimate allows you to make a plan and start exploring the best ways to access funding.
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Balance the books with some helpful advice

Our financial aid advisors can answer your questions about a range of financial topics, from budgeting to bursaries and student loans.

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Take the next step
Choose the program that's right for you, check admission requirements, complete the application process and get ready for your first year of university. We are here to support you every step of the way.