The Ivey HBA program is a 2 + 2 program. You spend your first two years in any program or faculty and typically join the Ivey HBA Program in your third year. Keep this in mind as you compare the costs of the Ivey HBA Program to other undergraduate business programs. It is important to consider the overall (usually 4 year) cost of the programs.
Tuition and Fees
Please note tuition and all fees are subject to change.
|Domestic||Domestic (Out of Province)||International|
|Year 1 (Arts, Social Science, Science*)||$6,050||$6,352||Varies by program|
|Year 2 (Arts, Social Science, Science*)||$6,050||$6,352||Varies by program|
|Year 3 (HBA Year 1)||$25,200||$27,783||$56,700|
|Year 4 (HBA Year 2)||$25,200||$25,200 *subject to change||$53,560 *subject to change|
*Note: These are examples only. Please refer to Western’s website to review tuition for your specific program. The above chart does not include ancillary fees.
There are additional ancillary fees of approximately $1,700 per year for Domestic and $2,500 per year for International.
Ancillary fees are mandatory course or program fees that are charged in addition to tuition, and are used to fund a number of student benefits like your bus pass, health plan, and more. See the Register's website for a list of what ancillary fees include.
Computers and Course Materials
You will need to purchase a notebook computer before the start of HBA1 classes. If you need help on the details and specifications of different models, please contact the Ivey IT Centre.
You will also need course materials, which are now in digital format for the Ivey HBA Program. For HBA1, these costs are approximately $1500.00 plus any additional course textbook requirements. For HBA2 core and electives, costs are $600 for a full time HBA2 student and $300 per year for dual degree students. Any textbook requirements will also be at an additional cost. Course material fees will be added with the first installment of tuition, due in August. Please note, courses with travel experience components will have additional fees.
Tuition Payment Schedule
Tuition is due in full by mid-August or students can opt to pay in two installments.
If paying tuition in installments, then:
- 50% of total fees is due in mid-August
- the remaining 50% is due in December
For more information on tuition and fees please visit Western's Registrar website.
Tuition Payments and Late Fees
Western's Registrar's Office manages all tuition payments and late fees. Please contact Western Chat for assistance or 519-661-2100.
Academic and Living Expenses
For a sample of the overall costs in the HBA1 year of the HBA Program, please consult our estimates chart.