Queen’s University students pay standard tuition fees to Queen’s for the courses taken through the Semester in Shanghai, in accordance with fees that are posted on the Office of the University Registrar website. You will be enrolled in 6.0 units for the Queen's course, and 9.0 Exchange units. Students are assessed tuition according to their home faculty/school. Please visit the Office of the University Registrar website for details.
Program fee: The program fee of $500 covers the costs of study materials, local field trips, including meals and accommodation, and other services provided by Fudan and Queen’s in connection with the program. The program fee is only payable if you are accept your offer to take part in the program.
ILOP fee: You must pay $60 for an International Letter of Permission. This fee is only payable after you have accepted your offer to take part in the program.
Accommodation: Please note that Fudan University does not provide on-campus accommodations to exchange students of Chinese nationality.On-campus dormitory for international students is under renovation and may NOT be ready in 2023 fall (September 2023) and students are strongly advised to seek off- campus accommodations. Rental charges for a private accommodation is around 180 RMB/day, 3000-5000 RMB/month.
Meals, flights, visas, medical and other personal expenses are not included.
CLIC funding: Successful applicants with Canadian citizenship can apply for Canada Learning Initiative in China (CLIC) funding which typically covers a successful applicant's:
- accommodation costs
- health insurance
- plus a 3000 yuan (≈$600CAN) monthly stipend
AND Queen’s University provides a travel stipend for each approved applicant for $1,000. The total approximate value of this combined funding is $3500. The number of available awards can vary each year and is not guaranteed.
We recommended that students arrive in China with ample start-up funds as CLIC payment can in some instances take up to three weeks to be transferred to the student.