Tuition, financial aid and scholarships
Financing your studies is easier than you think. UVic is offering more scholarships, grants and awards to more new students than ever before.
Costs and methods of payment
- How much will the year cost?
- How much will tuition cost?
- Where and how can I pay my tuition?
- What are the costs to live in on-campus housing?
- How much does it cost to park on campus?
Funding your education
- Education awards and scholarships
- Loans and grants: Canada Student Loans, BC Student Loans, Bursaries
- Paid work experience: UVic Co-op program, Work Study program, Career Services
Preparing a budget? Try our financial planner.
If you're a sponsored Indigenous student, you should connect with UVic's Office of Indigenous Affairs. They will liaise with your sponsor and advocate on your behalf for funding.
Visit Student Awards and Financial Aid for information on costs (tuition, fees and living expenses), loans, bursaries and scholarships.
Check Student Awards and Financial Aid's listing of external student awards for Indigenous students.
Funding opportunities are also available through the LE,NONET Project, an initiative designed to support the success of Indigenous students.
International student fees are different than domestic student fees.
UVic offers many resources to assist international students as they pursue their degree:
- Fees, expenses and financial assistance
- Costs and tuition
- Financial aid options
- Scholarship opportunities
- Golden Key International Honour Society
- International Office