Canada, a country filled with vibrant massive cities coupled with an
outstanding multicultural environment have been on the top ladder of
international recognition right from time. Is the largest country in
North America and its universities, highly ranked thereby making it
the top most study destination to students around the world. Canada
has the most fringe festivals and its climatic condition always prove
a challenge to new immigrants from hot zones. However, is always an
experience they never cease to talk about back home.
The general tuition fee for studying in Canada is less expensive
compared to countries like UK, Australia and many others.
Tuition fees in Canada
The tuition fees depend on various factors such as the program of
study, whether you’re an international student or not, whether
studying as an undergraduate or postgraduate and probably, your choice
According to “stats Canada”, a Canadian citizen studying in Canada
will spend an estimate of US$4,534 per year irrespective of the course
Undergraduate tuition fee in Canada
This post is mainly geared into helping international students who
perhaps have no knowledge or Idea about tuition fee amount.
Studying as an undergraduate, the tuition fee is quite high and vary
depending on your course of study. Courses under Arts and Humanities
are usually cheaper than Engineering and Medicine. Tuition fees for undergraduate programs range from $10,000 to $20,000 per year for international students
Tuition fee for postgraduate
At a post graduate level, you have to expect a higher price than that
of an undergraduate. Although depending on your program. MBA programs
are very expensive and i mean, EXPENSIVE. As a postgraduate, expect to
pay at least, $8000 and above per year.
Cost of living in Canada
This lies hugely on your residency but even at that, your average cost
of living per month could be around US$450-600 for food and other
expenses, without forgetting accommodation which will be your biggest
expenditure when tuition fee is set aside. Accommodation in Canada ranges from $300 to $500 per month. The bigger the city of resident, the bigger the cost of living.
1. 1 pack of Marlboro cigarette in Ottawa cowt
2. A month of gym membership in business district in Calgary cost
3. 500ml beer in neighborhood pub in Calgary cost
4. 1 ticket to the movie in Calgary cost
5. Nice dinner at an Italian restaurant, dinner for two in Calgary cost
6. Pair of running jeans.
It will also helpful to know a little about the mone you’ll be using in Canada.
• Penny – 1¢
• Nickel – 5¢
• Dime -10¢
• Quarter – 25¢
• Dollar – 1.00 usually called Lonnie
• Two dollars – 2.00 usually called Tonnie
Always come in same size but different colours
• $5 – Blue
• $10 – Purple
• $20 – Green
• $50 – Red
• $100 – Brown
Canada is a good place to study as it prepares you for your career and
install a new view of the world.