By The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG — Some Manitoba first-year university students will pay about $100 more in tuition this fall.
Undergraduate tuition fees at the universities of Manitoba, Winnipeg and Brandon will jump by the maximum 1.9 per cent in 2015-2016.
The provincial government capped tuition fee increases to the rate of inflation in 2012.
The University of Winnipeg was the last to finalize its budget this week, with first year full-time bachelor of arts students paying $3,366, or an increase of about $60.
Science students will pay $3,874.50, up about $70.
Full-time University of Manitoba first-years will pay $4,300 in the fall, up $100 from last year, while Brandon University first-year students enrolling in the BA program will pay $3,297, while BSc students will pay $3,582.
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