Financing your education
Figure out how much university will cost
There’s a lot to consider when preparing for university but finances are a major factor that can impact your decision. Expenses vary depending on the lifestyle of the student and level of enrolment.
- Tuition fee schedule (under Professional Students: Medicine and Dentistry)
- Incidental fees you need to consider
- Fees for International and Exchange students
- Practical advice in our budgeting tips section
In preparing for university, you'll want to research all available sources of funding and develop a plan to finance your post-secondary education. Here are some sources to consider:
We offer a great number of entrance scholarship opportunities for students entering their first year of study in the Dentistry program, as well as in-course scholarships for current students.
We also offer numerous bursaries to qualified students, based primarily on financial need.
For more information on the specific scholarships and bursaries available through the Faculty of Dentistry, visit the Dentistry awards website.
For more information on financing your education, visit Money Matters.