These are yearly costs and are based on fall/winter 2012-2013 fees and are subject to change. For detailed, up-to-date course and program fees, visit sfs.yorku.ca/fees.
|Full-time tuition for most non-professional programs (5 courses) + compulsory supplementary fees*||$6,523.20 †||$17,934.00|
|Bachelor of Design||$8,014.80||$19,425.60|
|Schulich School of Business||$8,052.30||$25,882.50|
|Engineering, Computer Science||$7999.80||$19,410.60|
|Textbooks and supplies (estimated)||$1,000 - $1,500
varies by program
|$1,000 - $1,500
varies by program
|Residence (double room)**||$4,784||$4,784|
|Meal plan (mandatory if living in some residences)||$2,500, $3,000, $3,500 or $4,000||$2,500, $3,000, $3,500 or $4,000|
|Personal expenses (entertainment and other)||$2,200||$2,200|
|Living off campus (apartment rental, utilities, meals)||$10,000***||$10,000***|
|Personal expenses if living off campus (entertainment, transportation)||$3,000||$3,000|
|Health & Dental Care (most students belong to the York Federation of Students (YFS) health plan. Exceptions: Osgoode and Glendon students)||$200||$920****
(UHIP plus YFS or Glendon Plan
Course fees are based on the number of credits in which you are enrolled (except Design). All costs are in Canadian dollars. To convert fees into other currencies, check the Bank of Canada converter.
* Supplementary fees support athletics, counselling, cultural & special services and fees approved by student referenda.
** Example rate for a double room in dorm-style housing. Includes $80 Residence Life Activity & Administration Fee. Actual residence fees are based on the specific residence and room style assigned.
*** An average cost, based on information provided by www.places4students.com
**** For information about UHIP, visit http://international.yorku.ca/uhip
† Seniors (over 60) enrolled at York may have all or part of their academic fees waived at the domestic fee rate for York University degree credit courses. For application information, contact Admission Client Services at 416-736-5000. For details about fee waivers, click here.
Making International Payments: Pay your account by telephone or Web banking. This is the easiest and quickest way to ensure your student account is paid on time. Student Client Services does not accept personal payments such as cash, credit card, cheque or debit. York University will only accept international payments that cover transactions on your student account via Travelex. For more details visit the paying your fees link on the Student Financial Services Web site.
US students: It is possible to transfer your FAFSA loans to assist you when studying at York University. York's FAFSA code is G07679.
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Scholarships and bursaries for international students are limited and you should be prepared to support yourself throughout your studies at York.