Types of fees for international study

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Types of fees for international study

 

When applying to schools in Canada and the USA you need to know the different fees that you will have to pay. There are 4 different types of fees you will be paying for:

  • application fees
  • tuition fees
  • applying for a visa
  • your cost of living.

Studying in either Canada or USA requires you to have around $20,000 to cover your cost of living & tuition fees. It is also important to have that amount because it is required for you to get a Visa.

When you apply for Visa it is important to show that you are capable of paying for your tuition fee and cost of living. This will increase your chances of being accepted to for a visa.

So let’s break down the costs

 

Application Fee:

The application fee is usually between $30 to $150 for each program. You can find the exact application fee for each program in the program’s page on our website.  This application fee is for the school you are apply to not ApplyBoard. ApplyBoard’s services are 100% free!

Tuition Fee:

Tuition fees can range from $7,000 to $30,000 based on what program, what level of education and what school you wish to study at. In most cases, colleges tend to have a lower tuition fee than universities.

For most areas of study, we have programs with tuition fees less than $15,000 per year.

You can search for programs in your field of study, see their exact tuition fees and sort them by tuition fee using our Search Tool!

Costs for a Visa:

The cost to apply for a visa for USA is $160
A study permit for Canada is $150
More costs may be required depending on your nationality.

Living Costs:

The minimum living costs varies from $8000 to $15000 in different cities in North America.

 

You can see the living cost for each university or college in our schools pages.But remember ApplyBoard’s services are 100% FREE! Now you know how much money you will want to have! You can apply to a school by going to applyboard.com!

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