It costs less for international students to study in Canada than in countries such as Australia, the U.S. and U.K., according to research from HSBC Canada.
Canada falls in the middle of the pack among the top educational markets, with jurisdictions such as Hong Kong, Japan, Russia and Germany offering lower tuition fees, a study of student costs in 13 countries revealed.
The average tuition cost in Canada, based on fees for international students at the the top 10 colleges and universities is $18,474. That compares to $25,375 in Australia and $19,291 in the U.K. In Russia tuition costs are a low $3,131 and in Germany, just $635.
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