Tuition fees for degree programs

More than 100 universities and 127 colleges in Canada offer a total of more than 25,000 degree programs in all disciplines and levels of a student:

– Bachelor and Master

– Specialized education

– Certificate and diploma (professional technician)

– Short-term courses aimed at job training

– Courses with Co-op and Intership

Tuition fees vary at each of these universities and training centers and, consequently, the programs offered. The charts below show the average cost of postgraduate study for international students in the cheapest province (Newfoundland and Labrador) and the most expensive province (Ontario). Tuition in other provinces is a figure between the two provinces.

It should be noted that the average tuition for international undergraduate students is about 5 times that of Canadian students. In the master’s degree, this ratio is about 2 times.

Table 1. The average tuition for graduate programs in Newfoundland and Labrador

Table 2. The average tuition for graduate programs in Ontario

As you can see in the tables above, the amount of tuition varies greatly depending on the field of study and the province of study. Also, the average tuition in the bachelor’s degree is higher than the master’s degree.

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