Because Ontario has one of the strongest financial support systems in the country, most Ontario university students pay tuition costs that are much lower than the published tuition rate. There are ...

Net Tuition Explained

Published: September 8, 2016

Because Ontario has one of the strongest financial support systems in the country, most Ontario university students pay tuition costs that are much lower than the published tuition rate. There are numerous and generous grants, bursaries, scholarships and tax credits available so that all qualified students, no matter what their financial situation, can attend university. See the infographic for more details.

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