- Type of institution and curriculum
- Type of training
- Location (city and province)
- Accommodation type
- Medical insurance
- Air travel
When calculating the amount you will need to study in Canada , there are several factors to consider:
Type of institution and curriculum
Tuition fees at universities in Canada range from 16,000 to 45,000 Canadian dollars per year. In colleges, tuition is cheaper: for example, a college bachelor's program costs from $ 17,000 per year, while at universities the cost starts from $ 21,000. The cost of a master's degree starts from 25,000 CAD $.
Also, the student visa fee of 235CAD $ must be added to the costs.
Type of training
The cost of tuition in boarding schools in Canada starts at $ 30,000 CAD per year. This price includes tuition, study materials, meals, extracurricular activities, homestay accommodation. If a student chooses to live in a residence, then the price will be from 40,000 CAD $ per year. The maximum cost of secondary education in Canadian boarding schools is about 85,000 CAD.
Location (city and province)
The most expensive cities to live in Canada are Vancouver, Toronto, Victoria, Calgary, Hamilton, Ottawa and Edmonton. Housing rent, food, transport per month will cost from 1500 to 3000 CAD $.
Accommodation in a residence - on average from $ 8,000 CAD per year. Housing rental - from $ 500 per month. Homestay - from 6000 CAD $ per year.
The cost of health insurance depends on the insurance company and what it covers.
The cost of an air ticket depends on the airline, the number of transfers on the flight, the place of departure, the season and the term (how much in advance you buy tickets).