The data breaks down the average fees for Canadian students in each province for 2020 and 2021. According to the agency, the average cost in Canada is $6,580 for full-time undergraduate studies and $7,304 for graduate studies.
Narcity has broken down the prices by province and education level so you can get a feel for how long you'll be paying off your student loans.
The average cost of tuition at post-secondary schools in Newfoundland is $3,036 for undergraduate programs and $2,894 for graduate programs, the lowest out of all the provinces.
Prince Edward Island
Undergraduate tuition costs an average of $6,878 in P.E.I. and graduate fees are $5,092.
At schools in Nova Scotia, tuition costs $8,757 for undergraduate programs and $9,787 for graduate programs. Both of those are the highest in the country.
The average cost for an undergraduate program is $7,829 and $6,646 for graduate studies at post-secondary institutions in New Brunswick.
The average price of undergraduate studies in Quebec is $3,155 and $3,353 for graduate programs.
Ontario isn't the province with the most expensive fees but the cost is still pretty high at $7,938 for an undergraduate program and $9,671 for a graduate program.
The average cost of post-secondary tuition in Manitoba is $4,913 for undergraduate studies and $5,248 for graduate studies.
Saskatchewan has the second-highest average cost for undergraduate tuition in Canada at $8,243, though graduate fees are less expensive at $4,346.
Tuition for undergraduate studies is $6,098 and $6,724 for graduate programs in Alberta.
The average price of tuition at schools in B.C. is $6,055 for undergraduate programs and $9,528 for graduate studies.