Current fees

Fees 2016-2017 academic year

*2017-18 fees will be posted in mid-July 2017. If you have questions or concerns, please contact medicine.financeawards@utoronto.ca.

Each student enrolled in the MD Program must pay annual fees to the Student Accounts Office . The schedule below outlines fees for the 2016-2017 academic year and is subject to change.

The Faculty of Medicine is committed to the University of Toronto (U of T) Policy on Student Financial Support (PDF) which states that each student will have access (through a system of grants and loans) to the resources necessary to meet his or her needs. 

If you qualify for the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) or a government student loan, you may wish to defer your fees.  

Please do not hesitate to e-mail us if you have any questions or specific concerns regarding your personal situation.

 St. George Campus

  Domestic INTERNATIONAL
Tuition fee (Year One) $23,280 $69,370
Incidental fee* $ 1,353.40 $ 1,353.40
Educational resources fee** $ 428 $ 428
University Health Insurance Premium _ $ 612
 

Total fee payable (Year One)

$25,061.40 $71,763.40

Mississauga Campus

  Domestic INTERNATIONAL
Tuition fee (Year one) $23,280 $69,370
Incidental fee* $ 1,663.01 $ 1,663.01
Educational resources fee** $ 428 $ 428
University health insurance premium _ $ 612
Total fee payable (Year one) $25,371.01 $72,073.01

* Incidental fees include: Hart House, Athletics, Health Services, U of T Students’ Union, Medical Society and Student Services Fee.        
** Incidental Fee and Educational Resources Fee are subject to change.

Additional first year student budget items

BOOKS AND EQUIPMENT

$ 1,700

RENT AND FOOD COSTS

$ 9,580

OTHER LIVING EXPENSES

$ 7,160

TOTAL COSTS

$ 18,440

Individual budgets may vary dependent upon living situation and personal spending habits. 

First year funding scenario

The chart below outlines the average funding received during the 2014-2015 session by students who qualified for Faculty of Medicine/U of T Grant Assistance. During 2014-2015, 75 per cent of the students enrolled in the MD Program qualified for grant assistance.

AVERAGE PROVINCIAL LOAN AMOUNT **

$ 13,884

AVERAGE GRANT AMOUNT

$ 6,800

TOTAL FUNDING

$20,684

** The Province of Ontario continues to provide Ontario Student Opportunity Grants (OSOG) to recipients of Ontario Student Assistant Program (OSAP) funding that limit the amount Canada-Ontario Integrated Student Loan debt that an eligible student has to repay to $7,300 for two-terms of study. Using the example above, the total funding of $13,683 would be comprised of a loan in the amount of $7,300 and OSOG in the amount of $6,383. 
 

 

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