When you attend CBU, you’ll be happy to know you’re getting a world class education for an incredible value. That’s why when you graduate from Cape Breton University, you can focus on shaping the world!
Before you begin at CBU, you should take some time to familiarize yourself with our fees and tuition regulations. Payment of fees or arrangements to pay fees–such as a student loan–must be made in accordance with Cape Breton University’s policy before you can complete your registration. Making your arrangements with CBU as soon as possible gives you the opportunity to dive into university life and truly carve out your niche both on-campus and off.
For more information on CBU’s tuition and fees, as well as answers to any questions you may have, please see the links located in the menu on the right.
How much will university cost?
Finances are always a major consideration when preparing for university. Costs can vary depending on your lifestyle and how many courses you are taking.
Cost estimates for one year at CBU
For a Nova Scotia resident entering university direct from high school and taking five full-year undergraduate-level courses:
For a Canadian citizen or landed resident taking five full-year undergraduate-level courses:
For an international student taking five full-year undergraduate-level courses:
International differential fees: $7,000
International medical plan: $750
Other fees: $500
Residence and meal plans
Find out about the costs for staying in residence and meal plans
For any questions, please contact the Finance Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (902) 563-1670.