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Co-op Fees

Co-op students are obliged to pay Co-op fees, in addition to their regular tuition and fees, to cover in part the costs of the Co-op program. 

Co-op

For undergraduate students admitted to a Co-op program, the Co-op fee is normally payable in each of the first eight (8) terms (usually $185 per term), in which the student either enrolls in courses or is on a work term, for a total fee of $1,480. Students requiring fewer than the normal number of terms to complete their programs in the Co-op format will be charged double fees for some terms. All students are subject to the same total fee of $1,480. The last Co-op fee is charged either prior to or in the term when the last work term is scheduled.

Graduate students are required to pay four (4) Co-op fees, for a total of $740. The fees will begin upon admission to the Institute and the last fee will be charged during the work term. For example, for one work term, graduate students pay $185 x 4 = $740.

Industrial Experience and Professional experience

The fees will begin upon admission to the Institute and the last fee will be charged during the work term.

Undergraduate students pay four fees of $185 in addition to their regular tuition and fees (i.e. 4 x $185 = $740 plus regular tuition and fees).

Graduate students pay four fees of $185 in addition to their regular tuition and fees including the 9 academic credit course (i.e. 4 x $185 = $740 plus regular tuition and fees including the 9 academic credit course).

Please note that Co-op, Industrial Experience and Professional Experience fees are non-refundable. Students who withdraw from the Co-op program must do so prior to May 1st, September 1st or January 1st. Once withdrawals are processed, no future fees will be charged.

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