Archive: 2009-2010 Undergraduate Fees

For current rates, please see Undergraduate Fees


Tuition Fees are assessed by credit hour or as a program fee, depending on your  program. In the case of per credit hour tuition, the per credit hour rate is that of the faculty responsible for teaching the course.  

NOTE: For courses offered by Distance and Online Education add $15.68 per credit hour.  

Canadian Student Rate | International Student Rate | Tuition Based on Program | Endowment Fees | Student Organization Fees

Undergraduate Tuition based on Faculty or School Offering the Course

Canadian Student Rate
Faculties, Schools or Departments
Offering the Course
Per
Credit
Hour
3 credit
hour
course
6 credit
hour
course
Agricultural & Food Sciences
$119.44
$358.32
$716.64
Agricultural & Food Sciences
(Biosystems)2
$129.60
$388.80
$777.60
Agriculture Diploma
$68.66
$205.98
$411.96
Architecture1
$108.16
$324.48
$648.96
Art (School of)
$117.56
$352.68
$705.36
Arts
$94.05
$282.15
$564.30
Education
$102.51
$307.53
$615.06
Engineering2
$129.60
$388.80
$777.60
Environment, Earth, and Resources
(Riddell Faculty)
$110.98
$332.94
$665.88
Human Ecology
$106.28
$318.84
$637.68
Kinesiology & Recreation
Management
$110.04
$330.12
$660.24
Management - Asper
School of Business
$126.03
$378.09
$756.18
Medical Rehabilitation
$99.69
$299.07
$598.14
Music (Desautels Faculty)
$107.22
$321.66
$643.32
Nursing
$114.74
$344.22
$688.44
Pharmacy
$125.09
$375.27
$750.54
Science
$110.98
$332.94
$665.88
Social Work
$118.50
$355.50
$711.00

Notes:

  1. All students in Architecture will be assessed an Information Technology Fee of $400.00 ($200 per term)
    The Technology Fee includes $100.00 to be directed towards a technology endowment fund. Remaining funds will be expended on technology items of direct benefit to students.
  2. Includes a special surcharge approved by the students in a referendum held March 6 and 7, 2007.

Canadian Student Rate | International Student Rate | Tuition Based on Program | Endowment Fees | Student Organization Fees

International Student Rate
Faculties, Schools or Departments
Offering the Course
Per
Credit
Hour
3 credit
hour
course
6 credit
hour
course
Agricultural & Food Sciences
$418.05
$1,254.15
$2,508.30
Agricultural & Food Sciences
(Biosystems)2
$428.21
$1,284.63
$2,569.26
Agriculture Diploma
$240.30
$720.90
$1,441.80
Architecture1
$378.55
$1,135.65
$2,271.30
Art (School of)
$411.47
$1,234.41
$2,468.82
Arts
$329.18
$987.54
$1,975.08
Education
$358.80
$1,076.40
$2,152.80
Engineering2
$374.13
$1,122.39
$2,244.78
Environment, Earth, and Resources
(Riddell Faculty)
$388.40
$1,165.20
$2,330.40
Human Ecology
$371.97
$1,115.91
$2,231.82
Kinesiology & Recreation
Management
$385.14
$1,155.42
$2,310.84
Management - Asper
School of Business
$441.10
$1,323.30
$2,646.60
Medical Rehabilitation
Not Eligible
   
Music (Desautels Faculty)
$375.26
$1,125.78
$2,251.56
Nursing
$401.59
$1,204.77
$2,409.54
Pharmacy
Not Eligible
   
Science
$388.43
$1,165.29
$2,330.58
Social Work
$414.76
$1,244.28
$2,488.56

Notes:

  1. All students in Architecture will be assessed an Information Technology Fee of $400.00 ($200 per term)
    The Technology Fee includes $100.00 to be directed towards a technology endowment fund. Remaining funds will be expended on technology items of direct benefit to students.
  2. Includes a special surcharge approved by the students in a referendum held March 6 and 7, 2007.

Canadian Student Rate | International Student Rate | Tuition Based on Program | Endowment Fees | Student Organization Fees

Undergraduate Tuition based on Program

 

Canadian Student

International Student

Tuition
per term

Tuition
per Year

Tuition
per term

Tuition
per Year

Dentistry - Year 11
$6,393.05
$12,786.10
Not Eligible
Not Eligible
Dentistry - Year 2,3 & 41
$6,243.98
$12,487.96
Not Eligible
Not Eligible
Dentistry 3ID3
$14,019.00
$33,038.00
$14,019.00
$33,038.00
Dentistry 4ID
$19,019.00
$38,038.00
$19,019.00
$38,038.00
Dental Hygiene - Year 11
$2,819.15
$5,638.30
Not Eligible
Not Eligible
Dental Hygiene - Year 21
$2,501.73
$5,003.46
Not Eligible
Not Eligible
Law – Full Time2
$4,104.37
$8,208.74
$9,365.29
$18,730.58
Law – Half Time2
$2,052.19
$4,104.38
$4,682.65
$9,365.29
Medicine - Year 1
$3,571.55
$7,143.10
Not Eligible
Not Eligible
Medicine - Year 2, 3, 44
$3,422.48
$6,844.96
Not Eligible
Not Eligible

Notes:

  1. Dentistry and Dental Hygiene students are also assessed a Dental Kit (which are variable by year) & Caution fees. Refer to Other Compulsory Fees.
  2. Tuition includes Law Surcharge of $4,000 per year ($2,000 per term) for Full-Time students and $2,000 per year ($1,000 per term) for Half-Time students.
  3. Students are assessed $5,000 in the Summer Session preceding Year 3.
  4. Full Year 4 tuition is assessed in Winter Term.

Canadian Student Rate | International Student Rate | Tuition Based on Program | Endowment Fees | Student Organization Fees

Endowment Fees – based on the faculty/school in which you are enrolled

Endowment Fees
Per
Credit
Hour
Per
Term
Per
Year
 
Agricultural & Food Sciences
$3.67
Agriculture Diploma
$2.56
Architecture
$2.23
Art (School of) Degree
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Art (School of) Studio Degree and Diploma
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Arts
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Dental Hygiene
$30.00
$60.00
Dentistry
$87.50
$175.00
Education
$2.70
Engineering
$2.78
Environment, Earth, and Resources (Riddell Faculty)
$2.41
Human Ecology
$3.33
Kinesiology & Recreation Management
$2.50
Law
$6.15
Management
(Asper School of Business)
$18.72
$1.251
Medical Rehabilitation2
$11.67
Medicine
$50.00
$100.00
Music (Desautels Faculty)
$1.67
Nursing
$3.00
Pharmacy
$3.67
Science
$5.00
Social Work
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University 1
$1.00

Notes:

  1. $1.25 per term for the Iggy Award.
  2. Med Rehab Endowment fee is assessed to a maximum of $350 per year. 

Canadian Student Rate | International Student Rate | Tuition Based on Program | Endowment Fees | Student Organization Fees

Student Organization Fees1

All students are assessed a flat UMSU fee regardless of course load (different rate for Bannatyne Campus students), plus a per credit hour or per term fee based on the faculty/school in which you are enrolled.

Details on student organization fees for undergraduate students can be found on the UMSU website

 
UMSU
Flat
Fee
Per
Term
UMSU
Flat
Fee
Per
Year
Faculty
Fee
per
Credit
Hour

Faculty
Fee
per
Term

 
Agricultural & Food Sciences
$59.29
$118.58
$0.60
Agriculture Diploma
$59.29
$118.58
$0.38
Architecture3
$59.29
$118.58
$0.69
Art (School of)
$59.29
$118.58
$0.30
Arts
$59.29
$118.58
$0.82
Dental Hygiene
$50.04
$100.08
$4.13
Dentistry
$50.04
$100.08
$13.88
Education
$59.29
$118.58
$0.66
Engineering
$59.29
$118.58
$0.44
Environment, Earth,
and Resources
(Riddell Faculty)
$59.29
$118.58
$0.49
Extended Education
- General Studies
$59.29
$118.58
Human Ecology
$59.29
$118.58
$0.40
Kinesiology & Recreation
Management
$59.29
$118.58
$0.73
Law
$59.29
$118.58
$11.00
Management
(Asper School of Business)
$59.29
$118.58
$0.51
Medical Rehabilitation
$50.04
$100.08
$9.00
Medicine
$50.04
$100.08
$10.38
Music (Desautels Faculty)
$59.29
$118.58
$0.45
Nursing
$59.29
$118.58
$0.80
Pharmacy
$50.04
$100.08
$0.68
Science
$59.29
$118.58
$0.89
Social Work
$59.29
$118.58
$0.70
University 1
$59.29
$118.58
$0.43

Notes:

  1. All students with membership in St. Andrew's, University College, or the Resident Students' Association (R.S.A.), are required to pay the College/Residence membership fee of the college/association to which they belong, if applicable, as well as the Student Organization fee(s) for their faculty or school. This fee is intended to cover activities sponsored by the college/residence student council and is not included on Tuition fee billing. All students with membership in either St. John's College or St. Paul's College are billed appropriate college fees which are shown on the tuition fee billing.

2009 - 2010 POST GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION (PGME) TUITION FEES

Canadian Student Rate

International Student Rate

12 months

$763.90

$2,673.12

6 months

$381.84

$1,336.45

3 months

$190.92

$668.22

PGME students are also assessed Student Services Fees and Technology Fees.

 

 

 

 


Incidental fees UMSU Health and Dental Insurance

The fee for 2009-2010 is:

Health Insurance
$109.95
Dental Insurance
$123.05
Administration Fee
$5.75
 
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Total Premium
$238.75

Family coverage is available on request.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students who are assessed Student Organization Fees are enrolled in the UMSU Health and Dental Plan and are automatically assessed a fee for this insurance on their tuition statements. Students registered in as few as six credit hours of main campus courses in Fall Term are also eligible for coverage and are automatically enrolled in the plan.

Students who are already covered under an extended health plan and/or a dental plan, as well as students with fewer than 9 credit hours in Fall Term, may choose to opt out of the UMSU plan. Application to opt out must be made in writing.

Information on the UMSU Insurance Plan is available from the UMSU Health and Dental Office, Room 110, University Centre (Phone: 474-6666) on the web at: http://www.umsu.ca/.

 

International Students Health Insurance Fee

2009-2010 Fees

Cost for 2009-2010 (from September 1 to August 31):
$444 - Single
$1,380 - Family

See International Student Information for full details.

Current Fees:

Certification of Oral Proficiency

A Certificate of Oral Proficiency is awarded for demonstrated proficiency in a language other than English. The test is offered to anyone wishing to have their oral ability in a second language appraised. Cost: $55.
The tests are conducted through the various language departments of the University of Manitoba and consist of language comprehension and conversation. A certificate is awarded only to those who are successful in the test. Grades of either A or B are given. Tests are offered by the following departments: French and Spanish, German and Slavic Studies, Icelandic, Native Studies, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies. Application should be made through the Registrar's Office, 400 University Centre.

Registrar's Office Service Fees

The Registrar's Office charges nominal fees for services such as:

Certificates of Enrolment
$ 6.50
Replacement of lost Photo ID cards
$15.75
Parchment replacement
$57.75
Duplicate tax receipts
$10.50
Documentation searches
$12.50
Transcripts - each official transcript
$10.50
Transcripts-Same Day
$25.00

 

Examination Fees

A special exam is any exam for which application is made to write at place which differs from the official university/departmental exam timetable.
Special examination fee: $60 per exam paper; plus invigilation and courier costs

Supplemental examination fees are assessed when student is granted the privilege of writing a Supplemental Examination. It does not include approved deferred exams.
Supplemental examination fee: $75 per exam paper

Examination Invigilation fees are assessed when the Registrar’s Office facilitates and supervises the writing of an examination administered by another institution.
Examination Invigilation fee: $75

Grade Appeal Fee

A fee is charged per examination grade appealed and is refunded if appeal is decided in favour of the student.

Fee Per Grade Appeal: $35

Letter of Permission Fee: $52.50 per application

Locker Fee

Lockers may be made available to students in the building of their faculty or school (usually from their student council or association) with a fee receipt from Financial Services to certify payment of academic fees. The university reserves the right to allot one locker to more than one student. Locker fee rates are the responsibility of the student association.

Physical Education Facility Use Pass

The Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation Studies charges a fee for a pass to its facilities. Please consult our web site at: umanitoba.ca/rec_services, for rates, schedules, and other information pertinent to facility use. Information is also available from the Equipment Desk, Frank Kennedy Physical Education Centre. Students must present their Student Photo ID card when purchasing this pass.

Audit Courses

Graduate students auditing courses must register for the course(s) and will be charged a fee equal to one half of the fee normally associated with that course.

Distance Education Courses

Independent Study courses are covered by the Graduate Program Fees if they are approved as part of the student's current program.

Extra Courses

Courses taken by graduate students in addition to those approved for their degree programs, are classified as OS (occasional) under "Course Category." For these courses, students are assessed the appropriate undergraduate fee based on teaching department for all courses taken. Fees paid for such courses are not transferable to a degree program at a later date.

Occasional Students

All occasional students are assessed the appropriate Undergraduate fees based on teaching department for all courses taken.

Fees paid by a student while registered as an occasional student are not transferable to a degree program at a later date.