Quebec University To Increase Tuition Fee For Out-Of-Province Students

News going viral that Quebec University may increase its tuition fees. According to the reports, the tuition fee of Quebec University for out-of-province students will be doubled from next year. Since this news broke out, it has been continuously sparking shocking reactions from the students as it will impact them. Now everyone is taking over the internet and raising questions about the impact of the plan to raise the tuition fee of Quebec University for out-of-province students. What would be the increased fee for the students? This question must be swirling among in everyone’s mind. Let’s delve deep into the details and learn more details. Stay tuned until you read it completely.

Quebec University Increase

Quebec University Increase

Currently, the tuition fee for out-of-province students at Quebec University is under $9000 per year. But it is being said that the tuition fee will be almost doubled from the next year and the out-of-province students will have to pay around $17,000 per year to study at Quebec University. According to Quebec University, students from Canada will pay almost double the tuition fee they are paying now. The increase in tuition fees is likely to come into effect from the next year. Swipe down the page and read more details.

Pascale Dery, the higher education minister, and Premier Francois Legault explained that the decision to increase the tuition fee is to stop Quebec taxpayers from subsidizing anglophone students who come to Quebec University in Montreal from elsewhere in the country and many leave without learning French or contributing to the province. According to Premier Francois Legault, the students contribute to the decline of French in the province. Do you know what is the motive of increasing the tuition fee of the university? Shift to the following section and read more details.

After Quebec University announced the hike in tuition fees, McGill, Concordia, and Bishop’s University, students, the Montreal Chamber of Commerce, and the mayor of Montreal raised concerns with the ministry. Meanwhile, Dery said the decision to increase tuition fees was taken in concern that students would come to Montreal from out of the province and English universities would continue to dominate. Déry said she was confident that English universities would continue to attract students and remain competitive. “They will still come. I’m pretty sure they will still come,” said Dery. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.