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Estimation letters and receipts

If you need to know how much your tuition and personal expenses will cost — either to apply for your study permit or to apply for a loan — the International Students Office (ISO) has prepared estimation letters based on How Fees are Billed and the tuition and fee estimator

All letters have been prepared using the current International tuition fee rate.

Every effort has been made to ensure that these letters use the most up-to-date information available. Please keep in mind that these are estimation letters and that fees may vary depending on course registration, tuition and/or fee increase and other factors.

Estimation letters are available below under your Faculty, then the level of studies (undergraduate or graduate) and finally your program (as indicated on your offer of admission).


If you've been admitted to a Master's of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) for September 2023:

  1. Go to term of admission (start of studies) - Fall 2023
  2. Go to the section Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
  3. Click Graduate
  4. Click Master's of Applied Computer Science or Engineering (course-based – 45 credits)
  5. Open the PDF

If you cannot find your program, contact

Students starting in Fall 2024

Arts and Science

Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Sience

John Molson School of Business

Fine Arts

Students starting in Winter 2025

Arts and Science

Gina Cody chool of Engineering and Computer Science

John Molson School of Business

Receipt of payment request

This information applies to international students only. 

Before making your payment(s) please make sure to check the estimation letter that applies to your program for any fee increase. The receipt will be issued based on the most current estimation letter.

Learn more about paying your tuition. If you have follow-up questions about methods of payment, please contact

Once you have made your payment(s) and the total amount paid is reflected in the Account Inquiry section of your Student Centre page, please email to request your receipt of payment (don’t forget to include your student ID number in your email). This receipt is free of charge.

Please remember: we cannot issue your receipt until your payment(s) appears in your student account. We ask that you not request your receipt until then.

Please note that the ISO only issues one receipt for immigration purposes; we do not issue multiple receipts for each transaction you may have to make to prepay the desired amount. Also, the ISO can only issue your receipt once your payment has been received into your student centre. We ask that you wait until then to contact us.

Of course, if your admission has been deferred to another term, please do not hesitate to request a revised receipt once your deferral has been processed.

The receipt will include both the amount(s) you paid and the first-year amount as per your program's estimation letter.

Receipts are usually issued within five to seven business days after your payment has been received in your student account and your request submitted to

Last updated: July 22, 2024, 4:44 p.m.

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