Most Affordable MBA Programs in Canada

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Below is a list of business schools that have the most affordable MBA programs in Canada.

Please note that there may be additional fees associated with the program.  We encourage applicants to connect with each schools admissions team to learn more about these fees to understand the total cost of the program.Click on a program profile to learn more about the admissions process and requirements.

Vancouver Island University – MBA

The Vancouver Island University MBA program currently costs $20,905.47 CAD for domestic students and $33,434.08 for international students, regardless of whether students choose the 14 or 16 month track. With the applied business program option and specialization, however, domestic students pay $23,147.53 CAD and international students pay $37,308.48 CAD. Domestic students in the dual degree program (MBA/MSc.IM) that only take the applied business project (no specialization) pay $21,829.50 CAD and international students pay $35,395.22 CAD. Domestic students in the dual degree program, completing both the applied business project and the specialization option, pay $24,229.55 CAD and international students pay $39,558.48 CAD. View profile here.

John Molson School of Business – Concordia University - Part-Time MBA

The estimated tuition and fees for the John Molson School of Business part-time MBA program are $5,900 CAD for Quebec residents. Non-Quebec residents from Canada pay $13,300 CAD, and international students pay $37,100 CAD. View profile here.

EC Montréal - Full-Time MBA

The total cost of the HEC Montréal full-time MBA program, including tuition and fees, is just $8,198.55 CAD for Quebec students and French/French Belgian students. Non-Quebec Canadian residents pay $17,515.71 and international residents pay $34,046.73 CAD.

The school estimates that shared accommodation will cost around $7,200 CAD, all school supplies are about $3,500 CAD, and transportation is about $590 CAD. View profile here.

Ted Rogers School of Management – Ryerson University - Part-Time MBA

For the upcoming school year, the Ryerson University part-time MBA degree tuition for domestic students was $22,328.57 CAD (plus additional fees) for 13 credits (11 courses), and $35,818.86 for international students. Students are charged tuition per course. Foundation courses are required for students without a BComm or equivalent undergraduate degree. The number of Foundation courses required is based on an official assessment of the appropriate transcripts upon application. Each foundation course would cost the student the equivalent of one credit; $1,933.21 per course for domestic, and $3,101.2 per course for international students. View profile here.

Beedie School of Business – Simon Fraser University - Full-Time MBA

For Canadian citizens and permanent residents, tuition for the Simon Fraser full-time MBA program is about $40,500 CAD. The cost is $51,700 CAD for international applicants. Textbooks and other materials cost an estimated $2,200 CAD, and student fees are an additional $2,500 CAD. A $2,000 CDN fee is required to hold a spot in the program after earning acceptance. View program here.

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