Master's and Doctoral Tuition and Fees
It is important for students to be aware of the costs you should expect as a graduate student. There are a variety of costs to consider, including tuition, fees, living expenses, and transportation. Fees relating to applications, tuition, and student fees are some costs to be aware of.
The University reserves the right to alter fees without notice. Refer to the Graduate Studies Calendar and Course Catalogue at ulethbridge.ca/ross/academic-calendar for the most current information.
- Tuition and Fees
To review tuition and fees for the 2020/2021 academic year, please see the Fee Schedules. Tuition and fees are assessed to student accounts on the first day of classes each term. For questions relating to tuition and fees, please contact the Cash Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Tuition Deposit
All newly admitted and readmitted graduate students are required to pay a non-refundable tuition deposit before registration privileges will ensue, as per the Graduate Studies Calendar and Course Catalog (see the "Fees" section for current fees and amounts). The tuition deposit is applied to tuition fees incurred by the student. This deposit can be paid by in person, by mail, by telephone banking, or online banking to the Cash Office.
- Application Fee
Applicants for admission to the University of Lethbridge pay a non-refundable application fee, as follows:
• Domestic (all academic transcripts from Canadian institutions): $100
• International (any academic transcript(s) from non-Canadian institutions): $140
Applicants who have previously submitted an Application for Admission to a level of studies (e.g. graduate or postgraduate) are eligible to pay a reduced application fee of $50 for subsequent applications to the same level of studies.