Tuition for graduate studies will rely on your program of study. Most undertaking or proposal based programs have a per term cost. Course-based programs are assessed tuition for each class you take. While making arrangements for school costs, you actually must consider the “cost of participation,” which is the amount of educational cost, lodging, and individual costs (counting the expenses for requirements like reading material, travel and supplies).
The following are costs for two semesters (10 courses) of a four year Bachelor’s program for new students beginning in the 2023-24 academic year (compelling fall 2023).
St. John’s Campus
Tuition and fees
|TUITION||Newfoundland and Labrador Students||Other Canadian Students||International Students|
|New students as
of fall 2023
|OTHER FEES (REQUIRED)
amounts listed are for two semesters
|Student Services Fee||$100|
|Health Insurance1||$456 (Canadian students, includes dental)
$523 (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.
Residence – Accommodation and meal plans
Rates include mandatory meal plan.
|Community||Bedroom||Washroom||Fall 2023||Winter 2024|
one per wing
|Macpherson College||Single||Shared, semi-private
one per suite
Books and supplies
You ought to be ready to meet a use to take care of the expense of course books and supplies every semester. Make a point to talk with your teachers prior to buying any new or utilized reading material or research center manuals.
Different charges (reliant upon program)
Contingent upon your program of study, there might be extra required charges (for example online course (CITL) charge, center work term expense, and so forth.). A total rundown of all expenses are accessible on the Monetary and Managerial Administrations site.
(All expenses are recorded in Canadian dollars and are likely to change without notice.)