Costs, Tuition, and Fees

Fall/Winter Tuition for Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents 2018-2019

Calculating course fees

Every course at the University of Alberta has a fee index. This is represented by the (fi X ) beside each course listed in the University of Alberta Calendar. Most undergraduate courses have a fee index of 6 for a three-credit course or 12 for a six-credit course. The cost of a course is therefore determined by multiplying the fee index of each course by the fee index value that is determined by the Board of Governors.

2018–2019 Full Course
★3 weight
fi = 6
credit
Full Course
★3 weight
fi = 6
audit
Full Course
★6 weight
fi= 12
credit
Full Course
★6 weight
fi = 12
audit
Tuition (index value = $88.68) $532.08 $266.04 $1,064.16 $532.08

Fees are assessed after a student has registered. For Spring/Summer registrations, student-specific fee assessments are available online in mid February. For Fall/Winter registrations, student-specific online fee assessments are available in early July. The fee assessments are located in Bear Tracks under Financials > Fee Assessment. Please refer to the Non-Instructional Fees section for a detailed listing of all non-instructional fees.


Program fees

In addition to the Course Fees, students admitted to the following programs are assessed a Program Fee.

Law (JD Program) Per Term Per Two Terms
2018–2019 Program Fee Rate $2,272.80 $4,545.60
Medicine (MD Program) Per Term Per Two Terms
2018–2019 Program Fee Rate $2,272.80 $4,545.60

Faculty specific fees

Engineering Course Per 3-credit course of weight
Total cost per course $709.44
Business Course Per 3-credit course weight
Total cost per course $741.86
Pharmacy Core Course Per 3-credit of course weight
Total cost per course $936.24
Centre Collegial de l'Alberta
Per 3-credit of course weight
Tuition (index value = $47.12) $282.72