Increase in Tuition for Undergrads and Grad Students in Canada

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Tuition fees for degree programs increased for both undergraduate and graduate students for the 2021/2022 academic year. While the fall 2021 term will see postsecondary institutions offer a combination of online and in-person instruction in response to the pandemic, students will pay higher tuition fees on average compared with the previous academic year.
Source: STATCAN.infostats-infostats
Note to readers
The data presented in this release are from the annual Tuition and Living Accommodation Costs (TLAC) survey. The survey covers all public degree-granting institutions (universities and colleges) in Canada; that is, institutions that offer programs leading to degrees as defined by the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials: bachelor's degrees, applied (bachelor's) degrees, applied master's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees. These degrees are more commonly offered by universities, but may also be offered by colleges. Canadian students, including Canadian citizens and permanent residents, are reported separately from international students.

The TLAC survey was administered from April to June 2021 and data cover the 2021/2022 academic year. Data for 2021/2022 are preliminary. Any required changes will be applied to the 2022/2023 data release, when the 2021/2022 data become final.


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