For international students, tuition fees differ based on different colleges, universities, courses, and the city you will study. International students enrolled in an undergraduate program might have to pay around CAD 10,000 – 30,000 per year. On the other hand, students enrolled in a postgraduate degree might have to pay around CAD 15,000 – 55,000 per year. Remember, these figures are quoted only to give you a rough idea. The actual numbers may vary from university to university.
Living expense in Canada:
Your living expense is dependent on your lifestyle and which part of Canada you are living in. Below you can find some essentials that are come under the living cost:
- Accommodation fee (it depends on you whether you choose to stay on-campus or off-campus)
- Groceries and food
- Phone bills
- Electricity, water, gas, internet bills
- Dining out
- Cable TV connection
- Travel and Vacation
- Car rent and Car insurance
- Text and reference books
An international student spends around CAD 10,000 – 12,000 per year as their living expense. It has to be kept in mind that living cost heavily relies on the student’s city. Students who are studying in suburb areas will have to pay around CAD 8,000 – 10,000 each year. In contrast, students who are studying in metropolitan cities like Vancouver or Toronto will have to spend more. Their living expense could go up to CAD 15,000.
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