Cost of studying in Canada

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Some of the most difficult programmes to obtain in Canada typically admit students with extremely high average GPAs or admission averages, as well as a low overall acceptance rate or intense competition.

The Bachelor of Commerce at the University of British Columbia, Mechanical Engineering at McGill University, Smith Bachelor of Commerce at Queen’s University, Engineering Sciences at the University of Toronto, and McMaster University Bachelor of Health Sciences are among the most difficult undergraduate programmes to enter in Canada.

Cost of Studying in Canada

The average cost of studying in Canada for UG and PG courses is as follows:

UG courses

The average cost of pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Canada is approximately CAD 30,000 (INR 16,15,000) per year, with a range of CAD 12,000 (INR 6,46,000) to CAD 30,000. (INR 16,15,00). Engineering and Medicine programmes in Canada are slightly more expensive than other undergraduate courses. The average tuition for these programmes is CAD 22,000 per year (INR 11,69,000). Furthermore, Humanities, Business, and Management courses cost between CAD 5,500 (INR 2,96,000) and CAD 6,500. (INR 3,50,000).

PG Courses

Aside from undergraduate studies, many students enroll in postgraduate or master’s degree programmes such as MBBS in Canada. Tuition fees for international students will cost an average of CAD 18,000 (INR 9,54,000) per year. Management (MBA) programmes, in particular, are extremely expensive. While the average cost of Executive MBA courses is CAD 57,000 (INR 30,31,000), the tuition fee for regular MBA programmes is around CAD 28,000 per year (INR 14,75,000).


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