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It is important to ensure you have enough funds to cover your expenses during your time in Canada before you arrive. A personal monthly budget will help you review your funds and spend within your means.

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Off-Campus Student Cost Estimates per Academic Year

Rent $4,800 to $8,000
Food $2,800 to $4,800
Utilities & Cable $800
Internet $120 to $440
Phone $300 to $600
Personal $800
Clothing $800 to $2,000
Entertainment $800
Laundry $200
Books & Supplies $1500-$3000*
Study Permit and Visa Extension (if applicable) $250
*The cost of books/supplies depends on your program.


If you are bringing family members, you should budget approximately $4000 for the first family member and $3000 for each additional family member, per year.

Note: Estimates are in Canadian dollars and are subject to change. Currency fluctuations, visa extension fees, etc. are additional costs to consider. 

Personal Budgeting Table

Resources              Expenses             
Contributions from family Tuition & Fees
Savings Health Insurance (UHIP)
Scholarships, Bursaries Textbooks, School Supplies
Loans Food
Part-Time Job Rent/Residence Fees  
Other Utilities
Cable (TV), Telephone/Cell Phone, Internet  
Toiletries, Laundry
Child care expenses (if applicable) 
Health Insurance for family (if applicable)
Study Permit/Visa renewals
Other (e.g., travel, dental, eye care, gifts)
Total Resources $ Total Expenses $