Fees & Finances
Tuition for the master of urban studies and graduate diploma in urban studies is calculated on a per-unit basis, at $297.58 CAD per unit. Most of our courses carry 4 units each, totaling $1,190.32 CAD per four-unit course.
Domestic and international students pay the same tuition fees for graduate study at SFU.
Fees in addition to tuition are also assessed by the University in each semester of enrolment. These include:
- Athletic-recreation fee: $73.94 (full-time), $36.97 (part-time)
- Student activity fee: $65.23 (full-time), $32.62 (part-time)
- Student services fee: $44.37
- Universal transit pass (U-Pass): $158.00 (covers 4 months) for full-time and part-time
More information on graduate tuition and fees is available in the most recent version of the academic calendar.
Urban studies students come from diverse backgrounds, reflecting a wide range of financial circumstances. Need-based grants, merit based scholarships and fellowships, and student loans are available to defray the costs of a graduate education in Urban Studies. University administered financial aid is also available. Urban studies faculty may also hire students as research assistants during each semester. We also circulate teaching assistantship opportunities as they are received from other departments.