Tuition & Financial Support
Tuition & Fees
The following charts outline the cost of studies at OISE for the 2022-2023 academic year. Fees differ based on the degree type, registration status (full-time vs. part-time) and citizenship (domestic vs. international). Costs include tuition (academic) fees, and incidental/ancillary (non-academic) fees.
Tables outline the tuition and fees for one year of study. The final cost of a program is determined by the number of years of registration in the program.
The minimum cost of a Master's program is based on the official full-time program length, which is listed in the SGS Calendar. Completing a program faster than the specified program length will result in paying the balance of degree fee.
For more details on degree costs and fees, please refer to the following resources:
Fee Deferral & Graduate Fees
OSAP & Student Loans
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a government financial aid program that assists eligible Ontario residents attending university through a combination of loans and grants. Students from outside Ontario who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons may be eligible for financial assistance from their provincial or territorial governments.
If you're a full-time student with previous OSAP loans and want to keep your OSAP interest-free status without requesting more funding, you must update your registration status to your OSAP account.
It is a student's responsibility to report their U of T registration status to their loan lender(s).
Full-time students must report their registration status to the National Student Loans Service Centre no later than 21 days prior to the end of the current study period.
OISE offers a variety of student employment opportunities that provide you with financial support and practical experience in the research and teaching fields, including: