Please note that all fees are in Canadian dollars.
Administered by the Office of University Registrar (OUR), tuition fees Fall/Winter 2012/13 for each program and domestic or international students can be found on the OUR website
Are administered via your graduate student body, the Society of Graduate & Professional Students (SGPS). There are both mandatory fees, (ranging from bus access to use of Queen's athletic facilities, health and counseling services) and optional fees such as health plans and support of various groups.
For a full breakdown of the various fees, go to the SGPS website.
Because Kingston is a smaller city, many students find that living expenses are affordable. The amount it costs to attend Queen's will depend somewhat on the choices you make. The Office of the Registrar has provided guidelines for costs you may incur, including tuition & fees, education and basic living expenses. Expenses that you can expect to incur within a 12 month period can be found on the Office of the Registrar:
For further updates & information
|Tuition & Fees||
Varies for Domestic & International students.
For tuition see the Registrar's site
For fees see the SGPS site
|Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)*||Mandatory for International students. Costs are available from the Queen's University International Centre.|
Because UHIP medical insurance is mandatory for all international students, you will be required to purchase a UHIP plan in order to register.
Students who bring families will be required to purchase health coverage for all accompanying dependants. We recommend that you budget an additional $5,000 for your primary dependant and $1,000 for each additional dependant.
You must enrol your dependants within 30 days of their arrival in Canada to avoid a $500 penalty.