CHEAPEST UNIVERSITIES IN CANADA FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

   In recent years, Canada has been an educational hub for students and one of the safest places to study.  Education quality in Canada is as good as that of UK, USA and it is more affordable compared to these countries. 

The degrees offered by Canadian universities is of great reputation globally and it's well accepted. The cost of study in these universities depends on how type of program chosen by a student. Some of the cheapest courses in Canada are under psychology, humanities and arts compared to courses under engineering and medicine. 
Students who wish to study in Canada can check out institutions with low tuition fees and low cost of living. Below is a list of ten cheapest institutions in Canada:

* Brandon University
* University de saint-boniface
* University of Guelph
* Canadian Mennonite University
* Memorial University of Newfoundland
* University of Northern British Columbia
* Simon Frasier University
* University of Calgary
* University of Saskatchewan
* University of Regina

BRANDON UNIVERSITY

     In 1885, the process of establishing Brandon University was initiated and was finally established in 1899. Brandon University is located in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. Brandon University offers various various undergraduate, graduate, preprofessional and certificate programs in various areas of various areas of study such as nursing, science, arts, business administration etc. It also has a school of music which is ranked among the best in Canada. It is currently ranked 2420 in the world and has a country rank of 57 according to webometrics.
    Brandon University is one of the most affordable universities in Canada and the city it's located also has a low cost of living. Acceptance rate in Brandon University is 66% and it currently has 427 international students. 
Average annual tuition fee: $10,321 (undergraduate)
$4960 (postgraduate)

UNIVERSITY DE SAINT-BONIFACE

   University de saint-boniface was established by Father Norbert Provencher in 1818 and it is located on 200, Avenue de la Cathedrale at Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. It is the oldest postsecondary educational institution in Canada and is afffliated with University of Manitoba.
    University de saint-boniface is a western Canada French language public University that offer university degree, college diploma program, technical and professional program. The university offers about 30 university programs and 7 online programs in French and English language. It is ranked No.242 in Canada and No.954 in the world. School's acceptance rate is 65%. 

Average annual tuition fee: 
$12,050 (Diploma)
$10655 (undergraduate)
$18427 (post graduate)

UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH

   University of Guelph was established on May 8, 1964 and is located in North Toronto. It is ranked No.19 in Canada and No.317 in the world. The school has about 1400 international students from 120 countries. School's acceptance rate is 65%.

Average annual tuition fee: 
$16,347 (Undergraduate)
$15,178 (Postgraduate)

CANADIAN MENNONITE UNIVERSITY

   Canadian Mennonite University located in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada is a private university. It attained the university status in 1999. It is ranked No.112 in Canada and No.8355 in the world according to webometrics. It has 105 international students.

Average Tuition Fee:
$11,904 (Undergraduate)
$5,809 (Postgraduate)
Contacts:
Contact No: +1-204-487-3300
Toll Free No: +1.877.231.4570
Website: https://www.cmu.ca

MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND

     Memorial University of Newfoundland was established in 1925 and is located in St.John's Newfoundland, NL, Canada. 15% of it's population is constituted by international students and one-third of it's post graduate students are international students. It is ranked No.22 in Canada and No.434 in the world according to webometrics. It has 3,067 international students.

Average annual tuition fee: 
$8480 (Undergraduate)
$11,460 (Diploma)

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA

     University of Northern British Columbia was established in 1990 and is located in British Columbia, Canada. It offers a total of 961 courses and is referred to as Canada's best smallest University. It is ranked No.43 in Canada and No.1490 in the world according to webometrics. It has 397 international students. 

Average annual tuition fee: $24,640

SIMON FRASIER UNIVERSITY

     Simon Frasier University located in Burnaby, British Columbia was established in 1969. It was named after an explorer. It ranked No.7 in the world for its entrepreneurial spirit and has a country rank of No.9 and a world rank of 149 accoulrding to webometrics. It has its main campus in Burnaby and two other campuses in Vancouver and Surrey. Its acceptance rate is 65%.

Average annual tuition fee: 
$25,200 (Undergraduate)
$8940 (Postgraduate)
Contacts:
Contact: +1-778-782-6930
Website: https://sfu.ca
 

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY

  University of Calgary located in Calgary, Alberta was established in 1966. It's motto is 'I will lift up my eyes'. The university has 6 campuses. It also has an overseas branch campus in Qatar. 
    The university offers over 250 academic and research programs. Since 2017, it has had 360 new innovations and inventions. It is ranked the 6th top research university in Canada, has a country rank of No.6 and world rank No.93 of according to webometrics. Its acceptance rate is 38% and has 3,000 international students.

Average annual tuition fee: 
$13,753 (Undergraduate)
$10904 (Postgraduate)


UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN [USASK]

    University of Saskatchewan is located in the heart of Saskatchewan was established 1907  and is world leading researcher in areas of global importance such as food, water and infectious diseases. The university offers over 80 programs. It is ranked as the No.1 water resource research in Canada. It is ranked No.18 in Canada and No.283 in the world according to webometrics. It's acceptance rate is 72% and has over 3,400 international students.

Average annual tuition fee: 
$13,530 (undergraduate)
$5,048 (Postgraduate)

UNIVERSITY OF REGINA

     University of Regina located in Regina, Saskatchewan Canada was established in 1974. The public research university  is renowned for its excellence,  experiential learning, its innovation in research and academic programs and offers over 120 undergraduate programs. It is ranked No.52 in Canada and No.1967 in the world according to webometrics. It's acceptance rate is 58% and it has 2,156 international students.

Average annual tuition fee: 
$16,522 (Undergraduate)
$12,855 (Postgraduate)

  
   Students who wish to study in Canada can use this as a guide in picking a university to study in. If you'd love to more about the listed universities or more about studying in Canada, let us know in the comment box. 



     

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