Canada

Law School: what will it cost?

2010 tuition figures for first-year students

Listed below are the 2010 tuition figures for first-year students, shown from the least expensive to the most. The numbers do not include other compulsory fees, which at some institutions can add well over $1,000 to the bill.

Common Law Schools
Tuition Canadian Students Tuition International
McGill $2,068 /$5,668* $21,600
Moncton $4,920 $8,343
Dalhousie $7,883/$8,905* $16,426
Saskatchewan $8,070 $20,982
Victoria $8,341 $22,182
Manitoba $8,619 $19,667
New Brunswick $9,032 $15,782
Alberta $9,943 $28,037
UBC $10,135 $20,510
Calgary $11,977 $39,806
Windsor $12,891 $21,888
Queen’s $13,170 $24,895
Ottawa $13,391 $29,829
Western $14,326 $19,930
Osgoode $17,631 $17,631
Toronto $23,508 $32,635
Civil Law Schools
Laval $2,068/$5,668* $12,394
McGill $2,068/$5,668* $21,600
Montréal $2,068/$5,668* $17,453
UQAM $2,068/$5,668* $14,462
Sherbrooke $2,068/$5,668* $12,394
Ottawa $7,000 $18,042

*Two figures are listed for law schools in Quebec and Nova Scotia: the higher figure is charged for students from outside the province.

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