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Tuition and Financial Aid

  • Tuition/Supplementary Fees for Medicine 2021-2022 - Canadian Students (Ontario Residents)

        

    Year 1: $26,130.40

    Year 2: $26,130.40

    Year 3: $26,130.40

    Including Supplementary Fees

    Athletics and Recreation, Learning Resources, Medical Students Society - Society Fee, Medical Students Society - Academic Support Fee, Medical Students Society - Career Services Fee, Student Wellness Centre, Student Health Services, Communicable Disease Screening, Respiratory Mask Fitting, MSU Health Insurance and Dental Plan.

  • Tuition/Supplementary Fees for Medicine 2021-2022 - Canadian Students (Out Of Province Residents)

    The 2021-2022 Ontario Tuition Fee Framework provides for a 3% increase to tuition fees for out of province students. This will be applied beginning in 2021-22 to level one enrolments.

      • Have always resided in Ontario or have lived in Ontario for 12 consecutive months, not including time as a full-time post-secondary student.
      • Are married and Ontario is the most recent province in which your spouse resided for 12 consecutive months, not including time as a full-time post-secondary student.
      • Are a single dependent and Ontario is the most recent province in which your parent(s) or stepparent(s), or official sponsor(s) resided for at least 12 consecutive months, not including time as a full-time post-secondary student. Where parents/stepparents are separated or divorced, this requirement refers to the residency of the parent with whom you normally reside, or who financially supports you.
      • Receive OSAP.

    Year 1  $28,884.29

    Year 2: $28,884.29

    Year 3: $28,884.29

    Including Supplementary Fees

    Athletics and Recreation, Learning Resources, Medical Students Society - Society Fee, Medical Students Society - Academic Support Fee, Medical Students Society - Career Services Fee, Student Wellness Centre, Student Health Services, Communicable Disease Screening, Respiratory Mask Fitting, MSU Health Insurance and Dental Plan.

     

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  • Tuition/Supplementary Fees for Medicine 2021-2022 - Non-Canadian Students

    Year 1: $9​6,000.44

    Year 2: $9​6,000.44

    Year 3: $​96,000.44

    Including Supplementary Fees

    Tuition/fees are subject to change by McMaster Board of Governors.

    For further information on student fees, please contact Student Accounts and Cashiers.

MCAT Fee Assistance Program for Canadians

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) are piloting a new fee assistance program for Canadian examinees in financial need who register for the Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®)​.

Students interested in the Fee Assistance Program for Canadians can learn more about the eligibility criteria, application process, and deadlines by visiting AFMC's website at https://students-residents.aamc.org/fee-assistance-program/fee-assistance-program-canadian-examinees. AFMC will review applications, determine eligibility for financial assistance and notify awardees. 

Ontario Medical School Application Fee Waiver Pilot Program (2021-2022)

If applying to medical school is a significant financial burden to you, consider applying to the Ontario Medical School Application Fee Waiver Pilot Program and save approximately $600. This pilot-program subsidizes the application costs for up to three Ontario medical schools for the 2021-2022 application cycle. This program was collaboratively developed by the  Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC), Council of Ontario Faculties of Medicine (COFM), Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC), The Community of Support (COS) and Price of a Dream (POD). Applications open on June 24th and close on August 23rd. You can find more information on eligibility here [https://www.afmcstudentportal.ca/McatFap]. If you have any questions, you can contact AFMC (service@afmcstudentportal.ca) or the POD (mdpriceofadream@gmail.com)

Financial Aid

Federal and provincial governments offer financial aid to students in the form of loans, grants, bursaries, scholarships, fellowships and repayment assistance programs.  The McMaster Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships (SFAS) administer these programs on behalf of the various levels of government.

In Ontario, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) and Canada Student Loans (CSL) offer an integrated Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).  OSAP provides eligible Ontario students with financial aid to help pay for education-related costs such as tuition, books, compulsory fees, transportation and associated living costs. OSAP is intended to supplement a student’s (and family’s) financial resources and contributions towards their education.

In addition, Student Financial Aid and Scholarships and the MD Program provide bursary assistance to students.  A bursary is a non-repayable grant for students who demonstrate financial need.  It is necessary for students to apply for and receive government loan funding (i.e. OSAP) in order to be considered for bursary assistance. 

For more information on financial aid sources please visit our Student Resources section.

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