This page was last updated on June 20, 2022
Each term, an official summary of your tuition and fees will be posted in your Aurora student account. To check your current balance, log in to Aurora and select "Enrolment & Academic Records," "Student Records," and "View Account Summary by Term."
If your student account hasn't been updated yet, or if you haven't registered for classes, you may want to know roughly how much your expenses will be. Follow these steps to determine which fees apply to you and calculate your total amount owing for each term:
Step 1: Calculate your base tuition
Most graduate programs at the University of Manitoba have a flat tuition rate for each term, though for some programs, tuition is assessed on a per-credit-hour basis. Begin by identifying the base tuition for your program and term of study.
Step 2: Add fees based on your program of study
In addition to tuition, most students at UM pay some fees that are specific to their program of study. After you have determined your base tuition, identify which program-specific fees apply to you. Then, add these fees to the base tuition amount that you calculated in Step 1.
Step 3: Add general graduate studies fees
Some fees apply to all graduate students, regardless of the program of study. Add the applicable graduate studies fees to your base tuition identified in Steps 1 and 2.
Step 4: Add applicable general fees
Fees for several services, courses and memberships throughout the university may also be applied to your student account. Add the general fees that apply to you to the tuition and graduate fees identified in Steps 1 to 3.
Once you have considered which fees in each category apply to you, add them up to calculate an estimated amount owing for each term. Remember that not all university costs are recorded on this page. Expenses like housing, parking, meals and books should be taken into account when creating a budget.