A sizeable chunk of the cost of studying in Canada comprises university tuition fees. The overall cost depends on several variables, including the type of course, its reputation and international reach, the city of study, and so forth. As a result, the average cost of tuition at some of Canada's premier institutions can be as high as CAD 35,000. (INR 18,84,000). International students can also estimate the cost of studying in Canada using our Expense Calculator
The average cost of studying in Canada is CAD 30,000 (INR 16,15,000) per year for an undergraduate degree, ranging from CAD 12,000 (INR 6,46,000) to CAD 30,000. (INR 16,15,00).
The cost of Canadian degrees in engineering and medicine is slightly more expensive than other undergraduate programmes. The typical tuition for these programmes is 22,000 CAD (INR 11,69,000).
Studying Humanities, Business, and Management courses costs CAD 5,500 (INR 2,96,000) and CAD 6,500. (INR 3,50,000).
Along with enrolling in undergraduate programmes, many students also enrol in postgraduate or master's degree programmes. The cost of studying in Canada will be CAD 18,000 (INR 9,54,00) for a master's degree.
Particularly pricey programmes are the management (MBA) programmes. While ordinary MBA programmes cost roughly CAD 28,000 in tuition, Executive MBA courses typically cost CAD 57,000 (INR 30,31,000). (INR 14,75,000).