Investing in your future
An education is a worthwhile investment, but it's important to understand exactly what you'll need to pay for before you enrol. As an international student at Mount Allison University, you'll need to factor in a range of expenses, including tuition, housing, textbooks, and food.
If you have proof of Canadian citizenship or residency, you'll qualify for our Canadian student fees.
2020-21 fees for full-time international students (CAD)
- Full-time tuition: $18,490
- Residence single room: $6,375
(See other room options)
- Residence services and house executive dues: $703
(local phone, cable TV, internet, mini fridge, laundry room, student-led programming)
- Unlimited meal plan for residence students (including $100 Mountie Money): $4,731
- Full-time student organization fees: $788.50
(Student union membership, library contribution, student newspaper and radio)
- International student basic medical coverage: $745
- Other fees: $375*
(Mail service, fitness centre, technology and services)
- Textbooks (estimate): $2,500
*If students are not taking any on-campus courses during the term, the mail services and fitness centre fee will be waived.
ESTIMATED TOTAL: $34,707.50 CAD
Aviation program: Tuition for first-year aviation students is the full-time international students tuition only. Then in second, third, and fourth year, the tuition is a combination of Mount Allison's tuition and Moncton Flight College's tuition. Students should be aware that transportation to the Moncton Flight College is not provided by the University.
Learn more about tuition and fees.
For New Brunswick International Student Program (NBISP) students
With our new New Brunswick Advantage Program, international students graduating from New Brunswick high schools will be charged domestic tuition fees for the first two years of their degree program. For more information, see New Brunswick Advantage Program.
For Nova Scotia International Student Program (NSISP) students
With our new Nova Scotia Advantage Program, international students graduating from Nova Scotia high schools will be charged domestic tuition fees for the first two years of their degree program. For more information, see Nova Priority Progam.
Scholarships and financial aid
When it comes to paying your tuition and other expenses, there are a number of options to consider, including scholarships, bursaries, and other types of financial aid. As an international student, you're eligible for many of these, but confirm your eligibility before you apply. For more information, see financial aid.
If you're an American student, you may also be eligible for the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program. To determine your eligibility, contact our financial aid and awards counsellor by email at email@example.com or by phone 1-506-364-2258.
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