Here are the estimated program costs you can expect to pay for the academic year 2012/2013 (eight months) based on five courses per semester at Mount Royal University:
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In addition to your program costs here are some basic living costs you can expect:
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*Based on a variety of circumstances, from shared accommodation with multiple roommates to independent apartment-living.
There are many things to consider when you pay for your education. Some, such as tuition, books and supplies will be obvious. Others, however, may not be - such as insurance, transportation and household expenses.
Students will face a number of living costs while attending Mount Royal, whether they live at home, with their parents or on their own.
In order to help you budget to cover all of your expenses, we recommend that you take a look at our detailed Costs of Living page, which outlines all of the potential living costs you might face.
Tuition, fees, books & supplies
Mount Royal students are required to pay tuition and mandatory fees in each semester they are in attendance. Depending when you register for classes, your tuition and fees for the fall semester will be due in mid-August or early-September. Winter semester fees are due in early-December or early-January.
Your book costs will be dependent on the courses you take and supplies costs can vary greatly from program to program. For example, students who will be enrolling in the Interior Design or Journalism programs and must buy a camera or art supplies can expect to pay more.
International students will be charged fees according to the International Student Fee Schedule.
Estimated tuition and fees for the 2012/2013 academic year
Degree, diploma and certificate programs
Use the budget calculator to figure out your budget based on your program choice and personal expenses.
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