Tuition fees are mandatory fees that are charged by the University for education and instruction. They vary according to the student’s status (full-time or part-time), level of education (undergraduate or graduate), program of study and legal status in Canada. Learn more about Tuition Fees
International students studying in French can be eligible for a differential tuition fee exemption.
Incidental fees are associated with student activities, services and associations. Examples include student federation and association fees, insurance fees and student services fees (Health Services, Sports and University Centre–related fees). They vary per faculty and, in some cases, by department within the faculty, as well as by level of study (undergraduate or graduate). Please note that in certain cases, incidental fees are not applied. Learn more about Incidental fees:
Ancillary fees are fees which students pay for specific courses in addition to tuition. Examples include field trips, learning materials, and special clothing and material students use to create items during class, both of which they keep. Learn more about Ancillary fees
Administrative fees are charged for specific administration–related services. Examples include admission–related fees (file evaluation, entrance examinations, audition fees), documentation fees (transcripts, diplomas, student card replacement) and registration–related fees (late registration and late payment fees). Administrative fees are charged on a per service basis. Learn more about Administrative fees
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