Canada is one the most popular places to study, and students from all over the world come to study here. When you compare Canada with the UK and the USA, you will notice that both costs of living and studying are quite inexpensive. Moreover, students consider the scenic beauty and friendly atmosphere of the place and the overall development of the place. There are several well-known universities like the University of Toronto, the University of Winnipeg, and the University of Alberta, to name a few. If you are a student planning to study in Canada from India, you need to take a look at the following expenses.
The average cost of studying in Canada
The tuition fees depend from university to university, and it also depends on the course. There are various factors like international reputation and reach, city, etc. all these make the fees. However, the average cost of studying, especially when the tuition fee in the top colleges, can be around INR 1884000.
|Courses||Average tuition fee PA|
|Application fees||INR 3,703 to 14,831|
|Undergraduate courses||INR 6,46,000 to 16,15,000|
|Engineering and medicine courses (UG)||INR11,69,000|
|Humanities, Business & Management (UG)||INR 2,96,000 to 3,50,000|
|Visual and Performing Arts||INR 3,01828 to 3,01,828.55|
|Postgraduate courses||INR 9,54,000|
|Law||INR 5,50,000 to 30,00,000|
|Executive MBA||INR 17,51,351|
Cost of undergraduate courses
When you want to pursue undergraduate courses, you need to understand that a bachelor’s degree in Canada in all avenues is nearly INR 1615000 per annum, with the minimum being INR 646000. However, undergraduate courses in engineering and medicine are a bit expensive. Their tuition fees are about INR 1169000. If you want to study Business and Management, Humanities, the costs will be between INR 296000 to 350000, respectively.
Cost of Postgraduate courses
Now that you know how much can it costs to study undergraduate courses, you can learn about postgraduate courses in Canada. It is again a little bit expensive because the average cost is INR 954000. You need to spend a decent amount of money if you study MBA because the executive course is around INR 3031000, and the regular one is or INR 1475000.
University and College Application fees
Now take a look at the application fee; if you are going for the top-class Ivy League colleges, they will charge you around CAD 50-250. Very few colleges in Canada do not have an application fee that students need to submit. So all these imply that you will be spending a good amount of money.
Here is a list of expenses that you need to keep in mind when living and studying in Canada.
|Living costs in Canada||Costs|
|Entertainment||INR 43,750 monthly|
|Food||INR 17,508 to 23,344 monthly|
|Health insurance||INR 17,000 to 44,000|
|Travel costs||INR 4,300 to 6,000|
|IELTS test fees||INR 14,700|
|Accommodation||INR 2,67,000 to 5,39,000 PA|
|Work permit fees||INR 14,700|
|Study permit fees||INR 11,123|
|Flight cost||INR 1,00,000 to 2,00,00|
Wrapping it up,
The above-mentioned points can help you to have sound knowledge about the expenses that will come along if you study in Canada. Students can get help from the SOP writing services online to develop the SOP, which is necessary for international students.
Ella Davis is a full-time writer at Abroadvice.com. She also publishes story books for children.