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Tuition Fees

Programs TuitionFees(Approx.)/PerYear In Indian Rs. PerYear(C$1=Rs56/-)
Diploma & Certificate Program C$ 12,000 to $ 15,000 ₹ 6,72,000 – ₹ 8,40,000
Bachelors Program C$ 12,000 to $ 18,000 ₹ 6,72,000 – ₹ 10,08,000
Masters Program C$ 14,000 to $ 18,000 ₹ 7,84,000 - ₹ 10,08,000

Living Expenses

Tyes of Accomodation Living costs & expenses(Approx.)/per month In Indian Rs PerMonth(C$1=Rs56/-)
Residency/Dormitory C$350-$515 per month ₹ 19,600 - ₹ 28,840
Off campus Rental housing C$350-$700per month (shared apartment) ₹ 19,600 - ₹ 39,200
  C$500-$1200 per month(single apartment) ₹ 28,000 - ₹ 67,200
Homestay C$550-$800 permonth ₹ 30,800 - ₹ 44,800

Types of Accomodation

Residence / Dormitory
Many institutions have accommodation conveniently located on or near their campuses. Many residences have a shared kitchen, toilets and other facilities. There is usually an option of having either a shared or private room. Dormitories are usually separated by Gender. In some cases, the meal plan can be included in the cost of the room.

Off campus Rental Housing
Renting is another option open to students. Many students share accommodation to keep costs down and usually find places that meet their needs & preferences. Many institutes offer an off campus housing service which can provide a list of affordable accommodation near the campus.

Many Canadian families welcome international students. Homestays also offer a more stable & secure environment for younger people coming to study in Canada. Typically, a homestay consists of a Canadian family hosting a student in their home while the student attends classes in Canada. Meals are provided in homestay but are not compulsory. Homestays are arranged by schools & students are matched with families who share similar interests.


There are limited scholarships available in Canada but they rarely cover the full cost of a study program and they are not always easy to find. Scholarships are available to International students with exceptional results at some Canadian institutions. The amount awarded varies from one institution to another and usually covers only part of a student's education and living expenses. Obtaining a scholarship is very competitive and applications must be made directly to each university along with the application for admission. Community and Career Colleges do not usually award scholarships nor do school boards or most private schools.


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