Application Fee (Non-refundable): $100

Winter/Summer 2022 Registration and Fee Guide

Winter/Summer 2022 English for Academic Purposes (ESL) 14 weeks 7 weeks
Semester 1 (Levels 1, 2) $6,761.08 $3,866.08
Semester 2 (Levels 3, 4) $6,628.20 $3,733.20
Semester 3 (Levels 5, 6) $6,628.20 $3,733.20
Semester 4 (Levels 7, 8) $6,628.20 $3,733.20

* Fees are estimated and will be confirmed based on level placement


International Student Fees for 2021/22

International Fees Most Programs (Tier 1) Deregulated Programs (Tier 2) Differentiated Programs - Aviation (Tier 3)
Tuition $14,081.93 $15,091.93 $18,891.93
Health Insurance (Guard.me) $565.00 $565.00 $565.00
Compulsory Ancillary Fees $1,543.07 $1,543.07 $1,543.07
Total Base Fees $16,190 $17,200


NOTE: Compulsory program fees and Co-op term fees will be added where applicable as well as recovery taxes for International students detailed below.

Student Recovery tax for International  
Per Semester $375
Municipal Tax Recovery for International  
Fall Semester $75


Fee deadline

September 2021 Intake January 2022 Intake May 2022 Intake
June 15, 2021 November 15, 2022 March 15, 2022

Following the fee deadline, in country applicants will be required to pay full fees at the time of application and out of country applications submitted after the payment deadline will be required to pay the $2,200.  Dates are subject to change without notice.


Please Note

  • All fees are subject to change
  • All amounts are listed in Canadian dollars
  • Upon receiving your Letter of Acceptance, a non-refundable $2,200 tuition deposit is required immediately to secure a seat in your program of choice. This deposit will hold a seat in your program until the tuition fee due date.
  • Some countries require payment of full first semester fees to receive a visa.
  • SDS Applicants are required to pay full fees within 20 days of receiving their Letter of Acceptance.
  • All in country applicants are required to pay a non-refundable $2,200 tuition deposit* when submitting their application to hold their seat in the program and to confirm their interest in Mohawk College.

Fees breakdown

  • Tuition fee
  • Program compulsory fees
  • Ancillary fee (e.g. city bus pass, fitness centre membership)
  • Health Insurance
  • Provincial and municipal fees
  • Co-operative Education Fees (If applicable): Co-op and Internship fees are charged in addition to base tuition fees. The Co-op fee is pro-rated over the duration of the program of study.

Upon registration, a breakdown of fees will be available on the MyMohawk student portal.

Compulsory Ancillary Fees

Compulsory ancillary fees are fees students pay in addition to tuition that support services and activities distinct from academic programming. Compulsory ancillary fees are established in accordance with guidelines established by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU). Learn more about the areas that receive fees and how the fees are used.



  • Can an international student work in Canada with a study permit? Yes, please more information on the Working in Canada webpage.
  • How much does it cost to live in Hamilton? You can find the estimated budget of personal expense on this page.