Canada is among the most affordable of the leading study abroad nations for international students, depending on the program and institution. It has lower tuition rates for foreign students than the UK, Australia, and the US. Students can pursue their studies in a globally recognized program at one of Canada’s top schools for much less than what it would cost to attend an equally reputable program at a private US university or college.
Still, studying abroad—anywhere—requires careful financial planning and it can be important to find out if there are scholarships or other forms of financial support available. This section will provide guidance on how to find that information.
|Country||Annual University Fee (USD)||Annual Cost of Living (USD)||Annual Cost Total (USD)|
|What Things Cost In Canada (CAD)|
|Milk (1 litre)||$2 to $3||Egg (1 dozen)||$3 to $4|
|Potatoes (4.5 kg)||$5||Groceries for one person for one month||$250 to $350|
|Litre of Gas / Petrol||$1.20 to $1.45||Public transit fare,one way trip||$2.50 to $3.50|
|Restaurant meal||$15 to $30||Fast food meal||$5 to $10|
|Cup of coffee||$2||Pint of beer||$5 to $7|
|Movie in theatre||$13 to $20||Internet ( one month, high speed )||$40|
|Mobile ( cell ) package ( per month )||$50 to $70||Cable television ( per month )||$25 to $50|
|International postage stamp||$2.50||Youth Hostel ( per night )||$25 to $35|
|Rent per month ( bachelor apartment large city )||$800 to $1200||Rent per month ( shared accommodation large city )||$500 to $700|
|Rent per month ( bachelor apartment small city )||$500 to $700||Rent per month ( shared accommodation small city )||$400 to $600|