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Tuition & Fees

Our provincial government continues to subsidize tuition, giving Memorial one of the lowest tuition fees in the country. That means it is more affordable for local, national and international students to come to Memorial. Combine that with the fact that St. John's has one of the lowest cost of living rates of all the capital cities in Canada and you'll realize that you can afford to go east.

For more information on undergraduate or graduate studies at Memorial, please visit www.mun.ca/become/.


Undergraduate tuition

The costs for two semesters of undergraduate study (2012-2013) are: 

(All fees are subject to change without notice.)

Cost ($CAD) Canadian Students International Students
Tuition
30 credit-hours $2,550 $8,800
Accommodations
Paton College (dbl room, 19 meals/week)^
$6,516 $6,516
Organization & Other Fees
Student Union $108 $108
Health and Dental Plan (CDN Students)*
Emergency Medical Care Plan (INTL Students)
$292 $414
Recreation Fee $110 $110
Books and Supplies approximately $1,000 approximately $1,000
Approx. Annual Cost $10,576 $16,948

^ This fee will vary depending on the type of on-campus housing requested (Burton's Pond or Paton College), and the type of meal plan chosen (10, 15 or 19). A meal plan is optional if you live in Burton's Pond.

* Canadian undergraduate students who have alternate health and dental coverage may opt out of the plan by completing the Waiver of Participation form at the Students' Union office. Conditions and deadlines apply as noted in the university Calendar.

GRENFELL CAMPUS

For information on fees at the Grenfell Campus, consult the Grenfell Campus web site.

MARINE INSTITUTE

For information on fees at the Marine Institute, consult Marine Institute's web site.

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Graduate tuition

Graduate tuition at Memorial University is among the lowest in Canada (the latest Stats Canada report has more information on graduate tuition in Canada).

The tables below list the program fees for all graduate programs at Memorial. Graduate diploma and PhD program fees are fixed. Most master’s students have a choice among 3 payment plans.

Most master’s students can choose between Payment Plans A or B.

  • Plan A is normally recommended for full-time students (i.e., students who anticipate completing in 6 semesters or less).
  • Plan B is normally recommended for part-time students (i.e., students who will require more than 6 semesters to complete).
  • Full-time students in certain 1-year master’s programs may be eligible for Payment Plan C (please refer the Minimum Expense form for details).
  • Certain master’s programs have separate payment plans, while other graduate programs have special fees that are charged in addition to the regular program fees.

All figures are in Canadian dollars and subject to change. Students are responsible for being aware of all fees and charges, and applicable deadlines, by referring to the University Calendar and the University Diary.

Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada

Program

Program Fee per Semester

No. of Semesters

Minimum Total for Diploma/Degree*

Graduate Diploma

$323

9

$2,907

Master’s Payment Plan A

$733

6

$4,398

Master’s Payment Plan B

$486

9

$4,374

Master’s Payment Plan C**

$1,010

3

$3,030

MSM in AHSR***

$2,000

6

$12,000

PhD

$683

12

$8,196


International Students

Program

Program Fee per Semester

No. of Semesters

Minimum Total for Diploma/Degree*

Graduate Diploma

$420

9

$3,780

Master’s Payment Plan A

$953

6

$5,718

Master’s Payment Plan B

$632

9

$5,688

Master’s Payment Plan C**

$1,312

3

$3,936

MSM in AHSR ***

$2,000

6

$12,000

Ph.D.

$887

12

$10,644

*These figures only account for program fees and not other fees and expenses listed below; students who do not complete their programs in the number of semesters listed above will be required to pay a continuance fee for each additional semester required. For more information on continuance and other fees, please refer to the current Minimum Expense form.
**Only certain master’s programs are eligible for Plan C. Please refer the Minimum Expense form for details.
***Master of Science in Medicine (Applied Health Services Research)

Special fees (in addition to fees above)
 

Master of Applied Science (Computer Engineering) (Plan A)
Canadian: $15,302 - charged $9,181 in semester 1 and $6,121 in semester 2
International: $20,282 - charged $12,169 in semester 1, and $8,113 in semester 2
Master of Applied Science (Environmental Systems Engineering and Management) (Plan A)
Canadian: $11,602 - charged $6,961 in semester 1 and $4,641 in semester 2
International: $16,282 - charged $9,769 in semester 1 and $6,513 in semester 2
Master of Applied Science (Oil and Gas Engineering) (Plan A)
Canadian: $11,602 - charged $6,961 in semester 1 and $4,641 in semester 2
International: $16,282 - charged $9,769 in semester 1 and $6,513 in semester 2
Master of Education (Information Technology)
$2,550: charged half in semester 1, and half in semester 4
Master of Engineering Management (Plan A)
Canadian: $11,602 - charged $6,961 in semester 1 and $4,641 in semester 2
International: $16,282 - charged $9,769 in semester 1 and $6,513 in semester 2
Master of Public Health
$1,460: charged half in semester 1, and half in semester 2
Doctor of Philosophy (Management) $12,000: $1,000 in semesters 1 through 12


Other fees and expenses

In addition to program and special fees, graduate students are responsible for a number of other fees (including but not exclusive to student union fees, recreation fee, health and dental insurance). For a comprehensive list, please refer to the Minimum Expense form.

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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