Course Fees

Fees are noted at the end of each course description in Courses and Programs. Fees are quoted in Canadian funds and are the Regular Fee Rate and International Fee Rate. You pay your fees when you make your application to enrol, whether you enrol online, by mail, or in person.

Enrolment provides detailed information about the enrolment process.

For fee payment procedures, see Payment of Fees. See also Fee Policies, Non-Tuition Related Fees and Services Charges, Refunds, and Income Tax Receipts. Part-time degree students should refer to the Undergraduate Calendar.

Can I get financial assistance to help pay my fees?

Awards and Financial Aid lists all need-based financial aid (including government assistance) and merit-based awards available to continuing education students, along with eligibility criteria, how to apply, application deadlines, and more.

What are international student fees?

International Students explains how to calculate the International Fee Rate for courses. It also provides additional details about services and information for international students.

International Students: Ryerson University is currently unable to offer financial assistance to international continuing education students. All international students are encouraged to explore home government or private sources of funding prior to arriving in Canada.

Full-Time Students: Ryerson Undergraduate full-time program students who enrol in continuing education courses through The Chang School will be charged the applicable Chang School course fee(s).

Part-Time Students: Ryerson Undergraduate part-time program students who enrol in continuing education courses through The Chang School will be assessed undergraduate fees for all of their enrolments; they are not charged the published Chang School course fee(s).