Tuition & Fees

Students outside Innovation Complex

The cost of studies at a post-secondary institution varies based on the program of choice, whether you live in residence, the cost of books, equipment, transportation and other living expenses.

A few things to note about the following fees and expenses:

  • All fees are listed in Canadian currency and are subject to change.
  • The fees and expenses listed below are effective for the 2017-2018 academic year; the 2018 numbers are not yet available.
  • Fees and expenses are based on a normal full-time course load of 5.0 credits.
  • Per-course fees are available on the U of T Student Accounts website; it will also be available when students begin selecting and registering for courses.

For a full breakdown of your fees, please visit the U of T Student Accounts website.


Tuition Fees (2017-18)

PROGRAM YEAR 1 UPPER YEAR

Computer Science, Mathematics & Statistics:

  • Bioinformatics
  • Computer Science
  • Information Security

Communication, Culture & Information Technology

  • Digital Enterprise Management

Life Sciences

  • Biomedical Communication

Visual Studies

  • Visual Culture & Communication

$6,590
(Domestic Students)

$45,690
(International Students)

$12,090
(Domestic Students

$46,820
(International Students)

All Commerce programs

Management

  • Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations

$6,590
(Domestic Students)

$45,690
(International Students)

$16,830
(Domestic Students)

$51,460
(International Students)

All Management programs
(except Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations, as listed above)

$6,590
(Domestic Students)

$45,690
(International Students)

$13,470 (Major)
$16,830 (Specialist)

(Domestic Students)

$46,820 (Major)
$51,460 (Specialist)

(International Students)

All Other Programs
(not specifically mentioned above)

$6,590
(Domestic Students)

$45,690
(International Students)

$6,590+
(Domestic Students)

$45,690+
(International Students)

Other Addtitional Costs (2017-18)

EXPENSE ESTIMATED COSTS

Incidental Fees

Incidental fees contribute to things like student societies, campus-based services, athletics and recreation facilities, and student health and dental plans. Many of these fees are compulsory, but you will have the option of opting out of a small proportion of them.

$1,589

Residence

Board and lodging costs for the school year will vary according to where you live, which meal plan you select, as well as other living expenses.

$11,000 - $15,000

Books & School Supplies

The majority of programs of study will require a combination of textbooks, special classroom aids, lab equipment, computer equipment, etc.

$1,000 - $2,000

Parking on Campus

If you will be commuting by car and want to park on campus you will have to purchase an annual parking pass or be prepared to pay for day-parking fees.

$725.87 and up

Public Transit / UPass / MiWay

If you plan on travelling by public transportation, there are many bus and shuttle services such as the TTC, Mississauga Transit, Brampton Transit, etc. Click here to review all services, including the exclusive U-Pass (universal bus pass).

Free*

*only free on MiWay; included in your tuition fees; other transit options are pay-per-use.

UTM / St. George Shuttle

If you plan on taking courses or visiting the St. George campus, UTM also offers an intercampus shuttle service, free of charge for registered students.

Free*

*free for UTM students, with valid T-Card.

UHIP

An annual university health plan, required for all international students to have, unless otherwise exempted. This will be charged in your tuition statement. To learn more, visit the International Education Centre website on health insurance.

$612