University of Winnipeg Raising Student Tuition

University of WinnipegStudents at the University of Winnipeg will have to pay higher tuition in the fall.

The university approved a $120 million operating budget on Monday night, which will see a 2.4 percent tuition increase. That works out to be $47 more annually for the average student.

The operating budget is balanced through a delay the hiring of staff for vacant positions, introducing larger class sizes, and administrative restructuring.

Tuition fees in Manitoba remain approximately 36% below the national average, according to the U of W. The goal of the university is to increase international student representation from five to 10 percent of the undergraduate student population over the next several years.

Advertisements

Sports Highlights

Comments

comments

logo