Fees

From postgraduate degrees to short-term English language courses, there’s a qualification to suit you. Tuition fees for international students vary depending on the type of course, where you study and how long you study for.

See a full list of indicative Canada university fees

Annual fees for state schools start at about $11,000 for primary schools and $13,000 for secondary schools. Annual fees for private primary and secondary schools start at about $25,000.
Choose a course to suit your budget. For example, study for a two-year New Zealand Diploma in Engineering for $18,500 or a one-term Certificate in Computing for $12,425.
Fees range from about $22,000 to $32,000, with higher fees for subjects such as medicine and veterinary science. Many bachelor’s degrees can be completed in three years.
Fees range from about $26,000 to $37,000, with higher fees for subjects such as medicine and veterinary science.
International PhD students pay the same as New Zealand PhD students, which is about $6,500 to $9,000 per year for most subjects.
Choose a course to suit your budget. For example, study a general English course for $350 per week, or a Cambridge English exam course for $5,100 for 12 weeks.

Cost of Living

As a part of the study visa duration as a student you must show that you cover up your living expenses while your study in Canada. If you are an overseas student in Canada for more than 1 year you will have to show proof of funds that for at least a year you will be able to manage your living cost that is approximately $12000 to $15,000 CAD. Living cost totally depends on an individual and the kind of lifestyle they want to lead; also the cost of living depends on the location where the person lives.

For example- the average cost of living in Toronto for a student may be around $800 to $1500 CAD.

Many students manage to bear there expenses as they are legally allowed to work 20 hrs a week and are able to earn enough money to manage personal expenses and savings.