Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
Our provincial government continues to subsidize tuition, giving us 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.
St. John's Campus
Below are sample costs for two semesters of a bachelor's degree program for the 2018 - 2019 academic year.
|TUITION||Newfoundland and Labrador Students||Other Canadian Students||International Students|
(30 credit hours)
- Continued tuition freeze for Newfoundland and Labrador residents.
|ON CAMPUS RESIDENCE FEES|
|Accommodations & Meal Plan||$9,084 - $10,372|
|OTHER FEES (REQUIRED)|
|Student Services Fee||$100|
|Health Insurance1||$335 (Canadian students, includes dental)|
$414 (international students)
- Canadian undergraduate students who have alternate health and dental coverage may opt out of the plan by completing the Waiver of Participation form on munsu.ca or at the MUN Students' Union office (UC 2000). Conditions and deadlines apply.
Books and supplies
You should be prepared to meet an expenditure to cover the cost of textbooks and supplies each semester. Make sure to consult with your professors before purchasing any new or used textbooks or laboratory manuals.
Other fees (dependent on program)
Depending on your program of study, there may be additional required fees (i.e. online course (CITL) fee, co-op work term fee, etc.). A complete list of all fees are available on the Finance and Administrative Services website.
(All fees are listed in Canadian dollars and are subject to change without notice.)