The Master of Mathematical Finance Program is a self-funded, full cost recovery program.

Tuition for the Master of Mathematical Finance Program in the academic year 2019-2020 is $53,140.90 (Canadian). Tuition has two components: academic fees ($51,500.00) and incidental fees ($1,640.90). Domestic and International Students pay the same tuition fees, however, international students are required to enrol in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) for the full period of registration (12 months).

MMF does not provide scholarships or financial aid and encourages all applicants to seek out any funding opportunities that may be available to them before submitting an application for admission.

MMF Tuition payments are made according to the following schedule:

A deposit at the time of offer to hold your place in the Program.
A first instalment due on the first day of the Program.
A final instalment due in mid-December.