Tuition (12 Term Program):
Tuition Fees = $2,924.50 per term for three terms in the 2018-19 Academic Year
|$320.53 + 225.00 Health Insurance for second term (September)|
|$320.53 for third term (January)|
|1ST Installment||July 6, 2018||$3,245.03|
|2ND Installment||September 7, 2018||$3,470.03|
|3RD Installment||January 11, 2019||$3,245.03|
International Tuition: $18,350.00 per Year + $624 UHIP + $961.59 Ancillaries + SIP
PhD Funding: PhD Funding packages will be determined on a yearly basis; students will receive notification of funding upon acceptance of their offer of admission.
Extra Funding: Candidates may apply for, and if approved, be assigned teaching work in the Continuing Education or applicable undergraduate program. All candidates are encouraged to apply for external Tri-Council funding (e.g., SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR) in each of their first three years of the program.
Faculty Research: If Nipissing Faculty have/obtain external funding, they may enhance student funding by offering them related Graduate Research Assistant work.
Continuation Fee: There will be a continuation fee of $1,500 per term + ancillary fees to be paid following the first four years of the program. A continuation fee is applicable to students who do not register in any courses in a given term.
*Students enrolled in the full-time PhD in Education program pay full-time fees on a per term basis. Students in the full-time program who have not completed the program after twelve consecutive terms (4 yrs) may apply for an extension, and if granted, will be charged a $1,500.00 extension fee plus ancillary fees of $320.53 per term.* Full-time students will be charged a minimum of twelve terms regardless of the time it takes to complete the degree.
**An interest charge at the rate of 1.5% will be assessed monthly (19.56% effective annual rate) on all student accounts with balances outstanding after the relevant due date for fees incurred. Interest will not be waived for late payments.**
Non-payment of fees may render a student ineligible for registration in future sessions. In addition, students who are in financial arrears to the university may face deregistration from future courses and will not be issued their transcripts of record, statement of standing, degree or related evidence of their academic progress until such time as their account is cleared.