University Fees in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia University Fees

University Tuition Fees 2017/2018

In Nova Scotia, Canadian undergraduate students (on average) pay $24K in dentistry while international students pay $49.5K.

Nova Scotia: Full-Time Undergraduate University Tuition Fees 2017/2018
  Students
Field of Study Canadian International
Education $6,938 $12,923
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies $7,220 $17,198
Humanities $6,742 $15,942
Social and behavioural sciences, and legal studies $6,860 $16,301
Law $14,565 $24,294
Business, management and public administration $7,281 $16,205
Physical and life sciences and technologies $7,449 $16,861
Mathematics, computer and information sciences $7,319 $17,221
Engineering $9,314 $18,696
Architecture and related technologies $7,266 $16,983
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation $6,830 $16,639
Dentistry $24,133 $49,522
Medicine $19,450 $29,410
Nursing $7,419 $16,978
Pharmacy $10,716 ..
Other health, parks, recreation and fitness $7,690 $16,424
Source: Statistics Canada




University Tuition Fees 2016/2017

Nova Scotia: Full-Time Undergraduate University Tuition Fees 2016/2017
  Students
Field of study grouping Canadian International
Dentistry $20,420 $48,080
Medicine $17,875 $27,644
Law, legal professions and studies $14,119 $23,584
Pharmacy $9,991 ..
Engineering $7,528 $17,543
Other health, parks, recreation and fitness $7,362 $15,505
Architecture and related technologies $7,114 $16,488
Physical and life sciences and technologies $7,097 $16,056
Nursing $7,073 $15,973
Mathematics, computer and information sciences $7,014 $16,463
Business, management and public administration $6,760 $15,115
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies $6,618 $15,736
Social and behavioural sciences $6,504 $15,525
Education $6,499 $12,568
Humanities $6,429 $15,292
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation $6,356 $13,851
Source: Statistics Canada.



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