You’ve probably discovered, or been told, that paying for your university education will be the first major financial decision you will make. It will be, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. The Mount is one of the most affordable places to get a higher education, and we’ve helped many students figure out what they need to pay and how they can go about paying for their education.

Common Cost scenarios for 2019-2020 for NS and International students

Undergraduate full time living at home

Undergraduate full time living at home

Tuition (10 courses)$7,932 – $8,326
NS Univ. Student Bursary– $1,283 (credit)
Required Fees$785
Health/Dental Plan$473
Total$7,906 – $8,300
Undergraduate full time living in residence

Undergraduate full time living in residence

Tuition (10 courses)$7,932 – $8,326
NS Univ. Student Bursary– $1,283 (credit)

Required Fees$785
Health/Dental Plan$473
Room & Board$7,024 – $10,823
Total$14,930 – $19,123
Graduate Student

Graduate Student

Tuition (6 courses)$5,963
NS Univ. Student Bursary– $770 (credit)
Required Fees$513
Total$5,706
Foreign Student

International Student

Undergraduate tuition & fees (10 courses)$17,266- $17,660

Graduate tuition
& fees (6 courses)
$11,853Room & Board$7,024- $10,823



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Further information on fees:

For further information on fees, view our detailed fee information, student fee estimator (PDF), payment options, and financial policies.

Important payment dates

Payment deadlines (except for co-op work-term fees):
Fall Term – September 16, 2020
Winter Term – January 12, 2021

Payment deadlines for Co-op Work-term Fees:
Fall Term – October 31, 2020
Winter Term – February 28, 2021

Contact information & office hours

General inquiries can be directed to:
Financial Services
166 Bedford Highway
Halifax, NS B3M 2J6
Email: financial.services@msvu.ca
Phone: 902-457-6277
Fax: 902-443-1414

Financial Services/Registrar Office Hours – Evaristus Hall:
Monday to Friday – 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.