One of the most important factors to consider when studying abroad will be your budget. As a student, it’s important to think about what kind of accommodations you will have, how much travelling you plan to do, and whether you will try and find part-time work. Fortunately, students also have the benefit of being eligible for student housing and tons of student discounts at popular sights and attractions. It’s also important to pick a student-friendly study abroad destination, like Canada!
Some average living costs throughout Canada are:
Whether you’re an urbanite or a nature-lover, Canada’s budget friendly entertainment makes it a great choice for students studying abroad. Plus, compared to other big cities like New York and London, Canadian cities like Montreal and Toronto are much more affordable. On average, students should expect to spend somewhere between $675-$875 CAD a month before rent. Housing in a student dormitory will typically cost an additional $550-$600 CAD if you plan to study in a city. Keep in mind that Canada has specific rules and regulations when it comes to working on a student permit. Therefore, students should not rely on getting a job to fund their studies.
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