Most times, cost of studying is the most important barrier for the majority of students hoping to study abroad. International students studying in Canada have to pay higher tuition fees than domestic students. In this article, we have covered the colleges in Canada that operates on low tuition fees.
When compared to other study abroad countries, Canadian international tuition fees, accommodation and other living expenses remain competitive
The cost of living in Canada is very affordable compared to most other top destinations for international students.
Another interesting thing about Canada as a study abroad land is that Students in Canada have the advantage of being able to work while studying.
In the midst of other benefits, this allows them to manage their finances without incurring enormous debt. If you intend to work off-campus, you must:
- have a valid study permit;
- be a full-time student;
- be enrolled at a designated learning institution at the post-secondary level or, in Quebec, a vocational program at the secondary level; and
- be studying in an academic, vocational or professional training program that leads to a degree, diploma or certificate that is at least six months in duration.
If a student qualifies, his or her study permit will allow him or her to:
work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions; and
work full-time during scheduled breaks, such as the winter and summer holidays or spring break.
Many colleges in Canada have very low tuition fees for international students. Some of these colleges include: Seneca College, Niagara College, Bow valley college, Fanshewa college, Lethbridge college etc
Below is the list of Colleges in Canada with Low Tuition Fees
Université Sainte-Anne 8,540 – 8,540
Brandon University $6,219
Canadian Mennonite University $7,560
Memorial University of Newfoundland $8,800
Athabasca University $9,440 – $10,490
Canadian Mennonite University $7,728 – $7,728
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design 13,248 – 13,248
University of Lethbridge 10,370
Saint Paul University $9,836
Universite’ Saint- Anne $8,820
Concordia University of Edmonton $11,680
Macmaster University 14000 – 16000
University of Western Ontario 14000- 16000
Dalhousie University 14000-16000
Mount Saint Vincent University 11,968 – 11,968
University of Manitoba 12000-14000
Memorial University of Newfoundland 8,800 – 8,800
Acadia University 14,553 – 14,553
University of Victoria 14000- 16000
University of Saskatchewan 12000- 14000
Cost of Living in Canada
Cost of living simply means the amount of money a student needs to take care of his/her expenses like feeding, accommodation, transportation etc. In Canada, it is very affordable due to its low-cost when compared to places like Australia, USA or UK.
That said, it can be estimated as $600 to $800 a month for a student’s living expenses. This amount will take care of his/her feeding, buying of books, stationery, transportation etc.
Breakdown of the cost of living in Canada for students:
Accommodation (bedroom apartment) – $400 approximately per month.
Books and supplies – $1000 per year
Movies – $8.50 – $13
Average restaurant meal – $10 – $25 per person
Groceries – $150 – $200 per month
A student can spend more or less. This list is just an estimate.