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International students frequently choose Canada as their study abroad location because of the wide range of chances and experiences it provides. Canada is a highly affordable place to study when compared to many other nations. You will likely need between C$20,000 and C$30,000 annually to cover tuition. This range is simply an average and will change depending on the institution and program you are enrolled in. The costs for housing, food, and other living expenses will depend on your location and your own needs, but C$15,000 annually is a common estimate.
Universities in Canada set their own fees, and these vary depending on a number of criteria, what program you’re studying, whether you’re an international or domestic student, and whether you’re an undergraduate or graduate student.
Statistics show that the average annual tuition for overseas undergraduate students in 2019–20 is CA$29714 (about US$22,500). Courses in the humanities are typically less expensive ($5,542), although courses in engineering and medicine are among the most expensive ($14,162 for medicine and CA$21,717 ($16,446), respectively). The annual cost of CA$6,827 (about US$5,170) for business and management courses is less than the national average.
The tuition is typically less expensive for postgraduate studies, though this again depends on your program. Canada puts the average postgraduate tuition fee for international students at CA$17,744 in 2019/20 (US$13,437).
Most universities offer on-campus residences for students, some of them specifically for scholars from abroad. For on-campus accommodation, students must submit a separate application; the price varies by institution and is based on whether you want a private room or a food plan. Some international students opt to rent an apartment off-campus.
The three main types of student accommodation (homestay, university accommodation, and private accommodation) vary considerably in costs, with students paying around CA$3,000-7,500 (~US$2,271 – 5,680) for on-campus accommodation each year. Private shared accommodation can cost around CA$8,400 (~US$6,361) per year plus bills. University accommodation is often cheaper, with some universities offering meal plans to allow you to purchase food from the university’s food outlets.
Depending on where you live, you may be able to walk or bike to campus. Many students, especially those who attend schools in major cities, travel by bus, subway, commuter train, or ferry. One-way prices for public transportation are normally few dollars and monthly passes cost between $80 and $150, though many transit companies also offer student discounts.
All international students in Canada are required to obtain health insurance. The availability of medical coverage varies from province to province, but in general, coverage is based on the length of your stay.
You must get a Canadian study permit, which functions as a student visa for the period of your stay, in order to study in Canada. If your course or program lasts six months or less, you do not require a Canadian study permit. A study permit application is CA$150 (about US$114).
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