Tuition & Financial Aid - Bachelor of Education

Bachelor of Education

Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition and Fees

All prices are in Canadian dollars. Prices and deadlines are subject to change. Other fees can be found in the Academic Calendar

The tuition and fees listed on this page are effective August 1, 2024 - November 30, 2025.
Track Tuition & Fees
Primary/Junior Track $33,540
Primary/Junior with a Focus on Teaching French as a Second Language Track $35,217
Junior/Intermediate Track $33,540

Tuition Deposit

Fee Type Amount
Canadian Student Tuition Deposit $500
International Student Tuition Deposit $3,000

($300 is non-refundable if withdrawal is based on study permit refusal or $500 based on any other reason)

Course/Program Fee

Fee Type Amount
Incidental Fee-Course Specific (per credit hour as required) $10 - $20

Extended Healthcare Benefits

Tyndale University requires all students who are taking two or more courses to have Extended Healthcare Benefits. Learn about Healthcare Benefits provided by Student Benefit Alliance


To stay in residence, you must commit to 9 months (August plus Fall & Winter Semesters). You need to pay the full amount either when you register or by June 1. View Residence Fees and Meal Plans

Fee Type Amount
Extended Healthcare Benefit (August 1, 2024 to July 31, 2025) $570

International Student Additional Fees

The following fees apply to international BEd students in addition to the tuition and fees.

Fee Type Fee
American Student Fees (per credit hour) $22
International (non-American) Student Fees (per credit hour) $79
Emergency Medical Plan (August 1, 2023 to July 31, 2024 coverage) $750


Financial Aid

We know that financing your education requires careful research and planning. Apply for Financial Aid once you receive your Offer of Admission.

Learn About Financial Aid options available to you after being accepted to the Bachelor of Education (BEd) program.

Extended Healthcare Benefits

If you are a Tyndale University student taking two or more courses, you must have Extended Healthcare Benefits. Tyndale has partnered with the Student Benefit Alliance to offer insurance coverage. To learn more, you can go to and choose "Tyndale University" from the dropdown menu.


Extended Healthcare Opt-Out
A student can opt out of the plan and receive a refund if they have insurance coverage, either through themselves or through family members such as their parents or spouse.
Dependent Coverage
A student and their family who currently do not have health and dental insurance have the option of adding dependent coverage.

Questions? Please Contact Student Benefit Alliance



A 9-month commitment (August plus Fall & Winter Semesters) is required to stay in residence. Full payment is required at registration or by June 1.


Room Type Fee
Single Room with Sink $8,143


Tax Free Meal Plan

The meal plan is mandatory for residents during the Fall & Winter Semesters and is not included in the residence fees. Meal credits cannot be converted to cash and expire at the end of each semester. Every resident will receive a swipe card for use in the cafeteria during operating hours. Students with allergies/sensitivities can meet with the cafeteria manager to communicate restrictions.


There are three tiers in the meal plan for you to choose from according to your eating habits.

Tier Cost per Semester (Fall & Winter)
Base $1,700
White $1,935
Gold $2,065