Fees & Tuition
Applications to the MScPT program are coordinated by Ontario Rehabilitation Science Program (ORPAS). It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure his/her application is complete. All fees are non-refundable. Applications will not be forwarded to the universities until full payment has been received by the OUAC. Partial payments will not be accepted.
For more information on application fees, including accepted methods of payments and deadlines, visit the ORPAS Fee page.
Students are required to pay tuition fees as established by the Governing Council and set out in the Schedule of Fees. Tuition fees normally consist of academic fees (including instruction and use of library) and incidental fees (including Hart House, Health Services, athletics and student organizations). Students can register by making the minimum payment as outlined on their invoice or register without payment based on a provincial student loan or major award.
The MScPT program is two years in length, and fees are charged in each year of the program.
Fees for the 2018-19 academic year
|Academic Fees (for one full year, includes summer term)||$11,730.00|
|Incidental & Ancillary Fees||$1,685.52|
|Total fees per academic year||$13,415.52|
Fee deadlines vary depending on how a student registers for an academic year. Student Accounts posts all applicable dates to their website.
Other Program Expenses
|Description||Amount (per year)|
|Textbooks, instruments, laboratory manuals (approximate)||$1,000 – $2000|
|Uniforms and other expenses including travel||$650|
|CPR & First Aid Certification Course||$110|
Method of Payment
Students who are eligible to register can view and print out invoice from ACORN. Information on where and how to make a payment is provided by Student Accounts.
Late Registration Fee
Student who registers after the registration deadline has to visit the School of Graduate Studies, 63 St. George Street with a copy of tuition invoice and payment proof. A late registration fee may applied.
For information on refund schedules, please visit the School of Graduate Studies Refund Schedule.
Financial Aid & Awards
Students may have access to a variety of funding sources to finance their education, including provincial loan programs, lines of credit, savings, part-time earnings, awards, and bursaries. For most students, it will be necessary to incur some debt, through access to government student assistance programs and a private line of credit with a financial institution. Additional information on financial aid and awards is available on our website.