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Canadian MBA Tuition Fees for International Students

Overview of the cost and tuition fees international students attending MBA Schools in Canada.



What does it cost for an international student to study for an MBA in Canada?

In Canada, the average total tuition cost for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program for international students is $30,435-$31,856. Perhaps not surprisingly, as with the fees for Canadian students, the tendency is for the largest and most prestigious institutions to have tuition that is over the national average. However, somewhat of a surprise may be that HEC Montreal and the Schulich School of Business at York University, which are often grouped among Canada's, and often the world's, elite schools by reputable sources like BusinessWeek and the Financial Times, and many major employers have tuition fees that fall below the national average for MBAs. Except for Lansbridge University, Queen's University, and Simon Fraser University, all tuition fees for international students are higher than those for Canadian students.

Canadian MBA schools, listed in alphabetical order, whose tuition for international students fall under the national average (tuition is in parentheses):

  • Asper School of Business at University of Manitoba ($26,650)
  • Cape Breton University ($24,925)
  • Carleton University ($15,265.08)
  • Dalhousie University ($11,500-$15,300)
  • John Molson School of Business at Concordia University ($25,309.11)
  • First Nations University ($29,000)
  • HEC Montreal ($21,000)
  • Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business at University of Regina ($13,083-$22,000)
  • Lakehead University ($12,500-$17,500)
  • Lansbridge University ($14,000)
  • Laurentian University ($26,500)
  • Lethbridge University ($20,349.75)
  • Memorial University of Newfoundland ($5,718)
  • Odette School of Business at University of Windsor ($14,134.50)
  • Royal Military College ($24,000)
  • Schulich School Business at York University ($27,500)
  • Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary's University ($25,326)
  • University of New Brunswick at Saint John ($24,500)
  • University of Newfoundland at Fredericton ($21,880)
  • University of Ottawa ($16,552.53-$24,986.49)
  • University of Saskatchewan ($32,350)
  • University of Victoria ($28,600)
  • Wilfrid Laurier University ($24,500)

Canadian MBA schools, listed in alphabetical order, whose tuition for international students meet the national average (tuition is in parentheses):

  • Vancouver Island University ($30,576.38)
  • Segal Graduate School of Business at Simon Fraser University ($27,000-$47,500)

Canadian MBA schools, listed in alphabetical order, whose tuition for international students exceed the national average (tuition is in parentheses):

  • Athabasca University ($48,510)
  • Brock University ($33,000)
  • College of Management and Economics at Guelph University ($34,500-$42,500)
  • DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University ($42,845)
  • Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University ($44,958.36)
  • Haskayne School of Business at University of Calgary ($39,080-$49,080)
  • Joseph L. Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto ($78,940)
  • Queen's University ($55,000-$58,000)
  • Richard Ivey School of Business at University of Western Ontario ($66,000)
  • Royal Roads University ($50,500)
  • University of Alberta ($43,000)
  • Sauder School of Business at University of British Columbia ($36,000)






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