How much will it cost to study at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University?
International undergraduate students (2 semesters, full time)
|2017 - 2018||$8,800 ($880/course)|
|Effective Fall 2018||$11,460 ($1,144/course)|
|Arts and Science residence||$3,422|
|Chalet apartments; family||$3,906; $6,014|
|Meals (Meal costs vary. Students can purchase a meal plan through an on-campus vendor or prepare meals in the facilities provided.)||$2,000 - $4,000|
|Campus Renewal||$500 ($50 per course)|
|Student Services Fee||$100|
|Grenfell Campus Student Union||$140|
|Canadian Federation of Students||$17.20|
|Health Plan*||$414 |
|Books and Supplies||$1,500 (estimate)|
|2017 - 2018||$16,893 - $19,377|
|Effective Fall 2018||$19,553 - $22,037|
*International students can opt into provincial/national student health and dental plans, if conditions are met. Please contact the international student co-ordinator for more information at email@example.com
All fees are subject to change.
Memorial University Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Levels:
You will automatically be considered for an entrance scholarship (if you meet the eligibility criteria), once you apply to Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. Those successful in obtaining a scholarship will be notified, along with their acceptance to Memorial University. International entrance scholarships are non-renewable for a students' first year of study. (Note: International transfer students will only be considered for an entrance scholarship if fewer than 31 credit hours are transferred).
Graduate tuition at Memorial University is among the lowest in Canada.
The minimum expense forms (2016-2017 academic year) list the graduate program fees for all graduate programs at Memorial. Certain master’s programs have separate payment plans, while other graduate programs have special fees that are charged in addition to the regular program fees. Graduate students are also responsible for a number of other fees (including but not exclusive to student union fees, recreation fee, health insurance, and dental insurance). Please refer to the minimum expense forms (2016-2017 academic year) for details.
Master’s students may have a choice among 3 payment plans:
- Plan A is normally recommended for full-time students (i.e., students who anticipate completing in 6 semesters or less).
- Plan B is normally recommended for part-time students (i.e., students who will require more than 6 semesters to complete).
- Full-time students in certain 1-year master’s programs may be eligible for Payment Plan C (please refer the Minimum Expense forms for details).
Students who do not complete their programs in the number of semesters listed above will be required to pay a continuance fee for each additional semester required. For more information on continuance and other fees, please refer to the Minimum Expense forms (2016-2017 academic year).
Important Note: All figures are in Canadian dollars and subject to change. Students are responsible for being aware of all fees and charges, and applicable deadlines, by referring to the University Calendar and the University Diary. The University Calendar is the final authority on university regulations.