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Fees and Expenses

Find out about Rotman MFin program fees and the kinds of expenses you can expect.

The Annual Tuition Fees for the Rotman Master of Finance Class of 2017, starting the program in September 2015 are:

Year One (2015-2016)

Domestic Student Fee: $43,980*

 International Student Fee: $52,180* 

Year Two (2016-2017)

Domestic Student Fee: $45,739*

 International Student Fee: $54,270*

Total Tuition Fee:

$89,719*  $106,450*

* In addition to the Annual Tuition Fees noted above, University incidental fees, including required and optional fees, are approximately $1,300 for domestic students, and approximately $1,800 - $2,000 for international students. Rotman compulsory ancillary fees amount to approximately $2050 to cover the cost of course materials. Additional Rotman ancillary fees will be charged on a ‘pay per service’ basis (i.e. registration in Academic & Professional Development workshops etc.) and will be collected by the Program Services Office. 

Please note that Tuition Fees, University incidental fees and the Rotman ancillary fees are set annually and are subject to change. The University Incidental Fee referenced above is subject to approval by the Governing Council’s annual meeting in Spring 2015.

Laptop Requirements

Each Rotman student must own a laptop computer as an entrance requirement. This laptop must be able to connect to a wireless network.

It is assumed that students have working knowledge of word processing, the Internet, and spreadsheet programs. Students who feel they need upgrading in computer skills should consult the University's School of Continuing Studies, 158 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2V8 (416) 978-2400.

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Breanna Brooks, Assistant Director, Recruitment and Admissions
T: 416.946.3377

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