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Top 10 Cheapest Universities in Canada for Undergrad International Students

Here is our list of the top 10 cheapest schools in Canada for undergraduate international students

10. University of Manitoba

Tuition: $20,6000 a year
Cost of living: 8 out of 10 as Winnipeg is pretty inexpensive to live in
Getting PR: 10 out of 10
Job prospects in Manitoba: 7 out of 10.

9 Vancouver Island University, British Columbia

Tuition: $19,500 a year. Located in a very beautiful place with a broad selection of programs.
Cost of living: 5 out of 10
Getting PR: 6 out of 10
Job prospects 10 out of 10 as British Columbia has a lot to offer and the pay
for skilled workers is really high compared to other places in Canada.

8. University of New Brunswick

Tuition: $19,400 a year. The University of New Brunswick has an amazing computer science program as well as Engineering and forestry programs.
Cost of living: 9 out of 10
Getting PR: 9 out of 10
Job prospects: 5 out of 10 as New Brunswick doesn’t have as many job opportunities.

7. University of Saskatchewan

Tuition: $18,500 a year
Cost of living: 9 out of 10
Getting PR 10 out of 10
Job prospects: 6 out of 10

6. Cape Breton University, nova scotia

Tuition: $17,900 a year.
Job prospects: 4 out of 10 as Nova Scotia is not the easiest place to get a part-time job if you’re counting on that but there are some professional opportunities there.
cost of living: 9 out of 10
Getting PR: 9 out of 10

5. Mount St. Vincent University, Halifax

Tuition: $17,500
Cost of living: 8 out of 10
Getting PR: 9 out of 10
Job prospects: 8 out of 10.

4. Brandon University, Manitoba

Tuition: $16,000 to $18 000 a year. The best thing about this university is probably that it’s in Manitoba which is pretty much begging for you to stay in Canada and get a permanent residency.
Cost of living: 9 out of 10
Getting PR: 10 out of 10
Job prospects: 5 out of ten

3. Concordia university of Edmonton, Alberta

Tuition: $16,000 a year
Cost of living: 9 out of 10
Getting PR: 8 out of 10
Job prospects: 8 out of ten as it’s in Edmonton and it’s going to be pretty easy to find a part-time job also, once you graduate, to finding skilled jobs are also pretty easy though the pay there is not as high compared to places like Ontario or British Columbia

2. Saint Paul University, Ontario

Tuition: $15,000 a year. This is probably the cheapest school in Ontario.
Cost of living: 6 out of 10 as Ontario is pretty expensive to live in.
Getting PR: 4 out of 10
Job prospects: 10 out of 10 as Ontario offers a lot of job opportunities for students and also high skilled workers who can make the most money in that province.

1. Memorial university of Newfoundland

Located in newfoundland and Labrador
Tuition: $12,800 a year.
Cost of living: 10 out of 10
Getting PR: 10 out of 10
Job prospects: 7 out of ten as the province is great for computer science, microbiology and for any program relating to the sea and the ocean but other jobs are kind mostly lacking there.

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Monthly expenses for International Students in Canada