The total cost of attending BU is influenced by a number of issues such as where you live, what program you are enrolled in and how many courses you take.
Need more comprehensive numbers so that you can budget accordingly? The PDF tables below list the specific tuition and fees you can expect to pay.
Financing your Education
Canadian students with financial need may apply for provincial and Canada Student Loans as well as other government financial aid.
Manitoba students apply through the Manitoba Student Aid Program. For more information on student loans and how to apply contact:
- Financial & Registration Services at (204) 727-9699 or (204) 727-9757,
- the Westman Regional Office in Brandon at (204) 726-6592,
- or Manitoba Student Aid in Winnipeg Toll Free at 1-800-204-1685 or (204) 945-6321.
Application procedures vary by province. If you are a Canadian from outside Manitoba, visit the Canada Student Loans website to find out how loans are administered for your home province.
Sponsored students are required to have their registration approved by Financial & Registration Services. Questions about sponsorship or student loans? Call Accounts Receivable at (204) 727-9699 or (204) 727-9757
Tax incentives are available to students, or sometimes to a supporting person, to reduce the cost of post-secondary education. Tax form T2202A, which reports eligible tuition paid and months enrolled, will be available in February and is used to claim the tuition tax credit, education tax credit and textbook tax credit.