Master of Information Studies Tuition & Fees

This page contains information on tuition and fees for the Master of Information Studies (MISt) degrees.

Admissions application fee

For the current Graduate Studies application fee, see McGill's Student Accounts Fees, Fines & Charges page.

MISt tuition & fees 2021/2022

For the current Graduate Studies tuition fees, see McGill's Graduate Tuition & Fee and Online program tuition and fees information.

*Dental and Health Insurance - students may opt out under certain conditions. For more information email: info.pgss [at]

Find the most current fees by consulting the McGill Fee Calculator - Graduate Tuition & Fees. Be sure to pro-rate your fees for 24 credits.  Note: The University reserves the right to make changes without notice in the published scale of fees.

Residency status

Tuition fees for Canadian applicants vary for Quebec residents and out-of-province residents. To find out if you are considered a Quebec resident for the purposes of tuition fee assessment, start here.

All Canadian students accepted to the program must prove their status as Quebec student or non-Quebec Canadian student, otherwise they will be charged at the international rate. Students who are Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada, and who wish to qualify for the Quebec tuition fees, must also provide proof of Quebec residency.

Please see McGill Enrolment Service's Legal documents pages for complete information on required documents, deadlines, and information about when to submit.


Please see the Funding & financial aid page for more information.

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