How much does it cost to do MS in CS in Canada?

Asked by Ruchi Dhok over 1 year ago

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

It does not matter if you are from a middle-class family or a rich family. I personally feel that no student should leave their dream of studying abroad because of some financial constraints. You can always opt for a student loan to fund your study abroad dreams. 

An education loan will only cover your tuition fees and not other expenses like accommodation, travel, healthcare etc. But even if it covers just your tuition fee it will be of great benefit. Before you assume it to be too much of a hassle and think about already dropping the idea, I have created a list of banks that provide an easy education loan: 

HDFC Bank - up to Rs45 Lakhs
State Bank - up to Rs1.5 Crore
IDBI Bank - up to Rs 20 Lakhs
Punjab Bank - up to Rs 25 Lakhs
Sind Bank - up to Rs 20 Lakhs 

All these banks provide a very easy loan process, provided that all your documentation is complete and authentic. Any discrepancy can lead to your loan application being rejected. But apart from this, trust me the process is very efficient and less time-consuming. 

If you are still confused and want more details on how to apply for a loan, what documents would be required etc., you should directly get in touch with experts for FREE. They will help you with all the information that you need and guide you through the complete loan process. 

Let me know if this helped and if you want any more information from my end. 

 


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Kavita Desai

Kavita Desai

Pursuing B tech from Mumbai University

On average, tuition fees for international students range from CAD 20,000 to CAD 40,000 per year. Additionally, you should budget for living expenses, which can vary by city but are typically around CAD 10,000 to CAD 15,000 per year. Keep in mind that these costs are approximate, and it's essential to check with specific universities for precise tuition fees and cost of living in the city you plan to study in. Scholarships and part-time work opportunities can help offset some of these expenses.

 


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Manisha Rani

Manisha Rani

Student of MBA from Oxford University

When I did my MS in Computer Science in Canada, it wasn't cheap, but it was worth it. 

  • Tuition Fees: Ranges from CAD 15,000 to CAD 35,000 per year, depending on the university.
  • Living Expenses: Approximately CAD 12,000 to CAD 20,000 per year, covering accommodation, food, and other essentials.
  • Additional Costs: Includes books, supplies, and personal expenses.
  • Funding Options: Scholarships, grants, and part-time work opportunities are available to help manage costs.
  • Total Estimate: An average total cost of CAD 27,000 to CAD 55,000 per year, combining tuition and living expenses.


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Anubhooti Dubey

Anubhooti Dubey

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Thinking about getting your Master of Science in Computer Science in Canada? It's important to know how much it might cost. Here's a straightforward breakdown to help you plan: Tuition Fees: Typically, the tuition for an MS in Computer Science in Canada ranges from CAD 15,000 to CAD 45,000 per year.

Top universities like the University of Toronto or the University of British Columbia often have higher fees due to their renowned programs. Living Expenses: Living in Canada means budgeting for housing, food, transport, and more. Depending on the city, you might spend CAD 10,000 to CAD 15,000 a year on these essentials. Remember, cities like Vancouver and Toronto can be pricier.

Extra Costs: Don’t forget about health insurance, books, and other school supplies, which can add CAD 2,000 to CAD 5,000 to your yearly budget. Scholarships and Financial Aid: Check if your university offers scholarships, which can really help lower your costs. These might cover your tuition and possibly even give you a stipend. Do your homework—check out different universities’ websites and talk to their admissions offices to get the latest info. An MS in Computer Science is a great investment in your future, especially in a tech-friendly place like Canada! 


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