What does a year cost?
This chart provides an estimate of what you can expect to pay for one academic year (from September to the end of April) as an undergraduate student at McGill.
Don’t forget about other personal expenses, like travel, clothes, transportation, entertainment, and your phone. Need help planning your budget? The Scholarships and Student Aid Office has tools and guidelines to help you get started.
The fees listed below are for the 2020-2021 academic year.
International Students: See 2021-22 Tuition Rates - International Undergraduate Students
Your living costs will depend on where you choose to live, and how much you spend on things like entertainment and eating out.
If you live off campus, you might need to factor in things like transportation, internet, heating and electricity. Residences are a great choice for first-year students who don’t want to worry about these added costs.
||On-campus (McGill Residences)
||$9,130 - $19,079
(depending on housing type and length of occupation)
|$6,000 - $15,600
(based on a 12-month lease)
||$2,600 (voluntary campus meal plan) - $4,500
||$14,605 - $24,554
||$8,600 - $20,100