Tuition & Financing

Master of Forensic Accounting (MFAcc) Program Tuition & Fees

Annual Tuition Fees

The Tuition Fee Schedule for the MFAcc Program is set annually by The University of Toronto's Governing Council. A decision with regard to this schedule is generally announced in mid-April, preceding the upcoming academic year. 

The annual fees below are approximate for 2023-2024 and are subject to change.

StatusEstimated TuitionEstimated Ancillary Fees
Domestic Student - Year 1$19,240 / per year$1,000
International Student$31,880 / per year$1,000


  • The tuition and incidental fees are ANNUAL (per year) fees, and the program is 2 years in duration.
  • The fees are in Canadian Dollars.
  • The costs of books, e-texts and other readings are included in the tuition cost of the program.

Other FeesAmount
Application Fee$303.50 CAD
Acceptance Deposit

$300 CAD

The deposit is applied toward the first tuition payment
and is non-refundable.

Incidental and Ancillary FeesUniversity of Toronto services (such as athletic, library and student union services) are additional costs separate from tuition fees and are set by the university each spring. Ancillary fees are approximately $1,000.
Medical FeesInternational students are provided medical coverage through the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP). Annual UHIP coverage begins in September of each year. Further information regarding UHIP is available at the University of Toronto's Centre for International Experience.
Residency (Capstone)Students are financially responsible for transportation and accommodations costs while attending the residency course (IFA2904H: Integrative Capstone), which is the final course in the MFAcc program. During class times, group meals are provided.  Accommodations at nearby hotels range from $80 - $140 per night.


Financing & Scholarships

› There are several different financing opportunities for MFAcc students. Some are specifically for MFAcc students while other opportunities are for students across other programs at the University of Toronto.

The MFAcc Program does not offer any fully funded scholarships.

Master of Forensic Accounting Fellowship

The MFAcc Fellowship is to be awarded to one or two student(s) enrolled in the MFAcc program at the University of Toronto Mississauga on the basis of academic merit, demonstrated financial need, leadership, and on the consideration of feedback from the MFAcc adjudication committee. The student(s) must be in good academic standing and display effective leadership skills. The recipient(s) may be in first or second year, but are only eligible to receive the award once during their tenure in the program. Domestic or international students may apply.  

This award has been funded by a group of alumni donors from the MFAcc program.

 Value: Maximum $5000 per student.

Deadline to apply for the 2024-2025 academic year is May 15th 2024.

Government Loans

MFAcc students may be eligible for the Canada Student Loan Program and/or the provincial government loan program available in their home province. For program details and eligibility criteria, please visit the relevant websites below:

Scotiabank Loans

Students enrolled in a professional program have the option of borrowing funds from Scotiabank through the ScotiaLine for students.  

Students interested in the ScotiaLine should contact Georgios Stathopoulos ( or 416-866-3940, extension 4209) at the bank’s Queen and McCaul Branch to set up an appointment.

Note: University of Toronto students are not required to use Scotiabank as a lender. Students are welcome to pursue funding options at the financial institution of their choice.


Bursaries are available to full-time University of Toronto graduate students on the basis of need.

Funding is limited and is specifically for emergencies arising from unforeseen circumstances. Please see the School of Graduate Studies website for information about the Emergency Loan, Emergency Grant and Master’s Tuition Fee Bursary.

For further information regarding awards and financial assistance available to all students, visit the School of Graduate Studies website for financial support.

MFAcc Tuition Support Program

The MFAcc Program has limited funds to assist students with tuition payments. If you require financial aid please contact the MFAcc Program office.

Deadline to apply for the MFAcc Tuition Support Program for the 2024-2025 academic year is May 15 2024.

» SGS University-Wide Awards

Through the generous support of numerous donors, a number of endowed awards have been established at the School of Graduate Studies. This year, approximately 21 awards with various eligibility criteria and values are offered. The deadline to apply for the 2023-2024 academic year is to be confirmed.

The application, individual award descriptions and requirements, and submission instruction sheet can be found on the SGS website at