Tuition and Fees

Fee Estimates

These pages provide information and advice about fees to graduate students, including details about Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer fees, cost of living, and information about your fee status and fee liability. 

The sample fee assessments provided on this website are examples only. Please use them as a general guideline. Not all programs follow the same fee structure. If you are unsure about your program fee structure, we recommend you consult the non-standard fees list or contact your department.

Students can view their Official Fee Assessments in real time on Bear Tracks

  • Financials - Fee assessment (to view courses and associated fees);
  • Financials - Account Details (to view fee types and payments received).

View the 2018-19 instructional fees for international graduate students.

Check Your Fee Assessment Regularly!

It is very important to check your Bear Tracks account regularly. Due to system configuration and changes, student fees may be recalculated throughout the term.

Please notify gradfees@ualberta.ca as soon as possible if you are concerned about your fee assessment being either too high or too low in value.

 

Payment and Deadlines

Students are responsible for finding out the correct amount of fees owing and paying this amount on or before the fee payment deadline.

Student Tuition Payment Options are available on the Financial Services website. For more information on Fees Payment, see the Fees Payment Guide of the University Calendar.

Note that paying Fall and Winter fees per term, adds $40 to your Winter assessment. Similarly, paying Spring and Summer fees separately, adds $40 to your Summer assessment.

Graduate students appointed to teaching or research assistantships will have outstanding tuition balances automatically deducted from their paycheques. See the Payroll Deductions section for further details.