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Program Fees

Payment Type Due Date Domestic International
Deposit Upon Acceptance $5,000* $5,000*
1st Installment Sep 1, 2024 $9,583 $17,083
2nd Installment Jan 1, 2025 $14,583 $22,083
3rd Installment May 1, 2025 $14,584 $22,084
Total $43,750 $66,250

All figures in CAD.

International students may be required to purchase the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) if they cannot provide evidence of equivalent coverage.

A person is classified as a domestic student if they have Canadian citizenship, landed immigrant status, permanent resident status or dual Canadian citizenship.

Fees are subject to final approval of Queen’s Board of Trustees and Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

*Non-refundable

Travel and Accommodation Costs

Accommodation and some meals for in-person sessions are included in program fees. Travel costs are not included. Students are responsible for all travel arrangements and meeting any travel requirements.

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Financing

OSAP funding is not available for the MDPM program.

RBC

Smith School of Business has partnered with RBC to offer a student line of credit tailored to your needs. We recommend you reach out to one of the contacts below, as they are familiar with our program and your financing needs.

Alternatively, please contact the RBC Advice Centre at 1-800-769-2511 or visit your local RBC branch to speak to an advisor.

Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada only. Acceptance to the program does not guarantee or imply qualification for financing.

RBC Contacts

Suzanne Doherty
suzanne.doherty@rbc.com
1.613.544.5640

Afsheen Asif
afsheen.asif@rbc.com
1.613.545.5746

Gillian Reynard
gillian.reynard@rbc.com
1.613.389.4922

Participants who pay all or part of the program fees personally are eligible to claim a tuition tax credit on the tuition portion of the fees. For more information, ask a professional income tax advisor to give you an assessment of the impact of your tuition on your personal tax situation.

You and/or your spouse may be eligible to make tax-free withdrawals from your RRSP's to help fund your education. This program is considered full-time and is eligible for withdrawals under the LLP. Please contact your income tax advisor for details.

Smith’s Professional Graduate Program Services (PGPS) office will prepare a letter for employers outlining the benefits of the program and different ways (e.g., paid time off, tuition support) they might support the student financially or through additional accommodations.

Scholarships

Smith School of Business is pleased to offer Dean's Entrance Scholarships to applicants on the basis of outstanding academic and professional achievements.

$10,000 scholarship awarded annually to 1 student entering the MDPM program. Given to an equity-deserving Canadian candidate who self-identifies as Black and demonstrates academic excellence, community involvement, and proven leadership experience. To be eligible, candidates must have either Canadian citizenship or Canadian Permanent Residency status. This scholarship is merit-based and will be awarded on the basis of an applicant’s essay submission, as well as the overall strength of their application profile. Selection will be made by a Smith EDII Scholarship Committee.

Essay submission deadline is June 15th. Please contact our Recruitment & Admissions team for more information.

$10,000 scholarship awarded annually to 1 student entering the MDPM program. Given to an equity-deserving candidate who is Indigenous-identified and demonstrates academic excellence, community involvement, and proven leadership experience. This scholarship is merit-based will be awarded on the basis of an applicant’s essay submission, as well as the overall strength of their application profile. Selection will be made by a Smith EDII Scholarship Committee.

Essay submission deadline is June 15th. Please contact our Recruitment & Admissions team for more information.

“As we move deeper into the digital era, we have to think about the world through the lens of how things are connected. As we teach business and technological skills related to lifecycle management, what we are also teaching is how to transform industries, as they work to come into this new age.”

Dr. Kathryn Brohman
Associate Professor and Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Digital Technology
Program Director, MDPM
Smith School of Business