Fees and funding

Cost of living

Newfoundland and Labrador offers graduate students a high quality of life due to its relatively low cost of living compared to other parts of Canada.

A single full-time Canadian or Permanent Resident master’s student can expect to pay $15,924.55 a year for university fees, books, accommodations, meals.

A single full-time international master’s student can expect to pay $16,584.55 a year.

For graduate diploma and PhD students, simply replace graduate tuition with the appropriate per-semester program fee based on your immigration status multiplied by 3 (3 semesters in an academic year).

The estimates below are in Canadian dollars and give you a sense of how much it may cost to study and live at Memorial. All figures are approximate. The exact figures can vary significantly depending on your lifestyle and needs. Due to relocation costs, your first few semesters as a graduate student may be more expensive than normal.


Estimated Cost of living for Single Full-time Master’s Student (Canadian)

Item

Cost/Year

Graduate tuition

2,199

Student union/federation fees

107.04

Recreation fee

167.88

Dental insurance

196.68

Health insurance

553.95

Books and stationary supplies

400

Accommodations

6,000

Meals

2,800

Personal needs (clothes, transportation, entertainment, telephone, laundry)

3,500

Total

15,924.55

 

Estimated Cost of living for Single Full-time Master’s Student (International)

Item

Cost/Year

Graduate tuition

2,859

Student union/federation fees

107.04

Recreation fee

167.88

Dental insurance

196.68

Health insurance

553.95*

Books and stationary supplies

400

Accommodations

6,000

Meals

2,800

Personal needs (clothes, transportation, entertainment, telephone, laundry)

3,500

Total

16,584.55


*For full-time graduate students with MCP and eligible to opt out of international health insurance. For all other students, please consult the International Student Advising Office website.

Important Note: The information provided on this website is subject to change. The University Calendar is the final authority on university regulations.

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