Living in Edmonton
Edmonton is an exciting, safe and beautiful Canadian study destination.
- Edmonton, is the capital city of the province of Alberta which has a long-standing, strong & stable economy.
- Alberta is one of the only Canadian provinces that does not pay provincial sales tax.
- Edmonton's cost of living is much cheaper than many other Canadian cities .
- The average age in Edmonton is 37.
- Edmonton is one of Canada's sunniest cities!
Average Cost to Study at NAIT & Live in Edmonton: For two semesters (of study in a credit program) and 12 months (living costs)
|Item||Cost for 1 Calendar Year|
|NAIT Tuition||$ 15,000-$18,000 CAD (average)|
|NAIT Books & Fees & Transportation||$ 3000 CAD|
|Rent (off-campus)||$ 7200 CAD (starting price)|
|Food & Miscellaneous (off-campus)||$ 4800 CAD|
|Healthcare||Free for Alberta Residents ( international students included)|
|Estimated Total Cost||$ 30,000-33,000 CAD|
More Information about Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- 1.3 million people, with a population density of 123 people per square kilometer (2017).
- The North Saskatchewan River winds through the entire city; it is surrounded by the largest urban park in North America with over 160 kilometres of trails.
- Edmonton is called "Festival City" and was named as one of the top ten summer travel destinations in 2015 by National Geographic.
- West Edmonton Mall is one of North America's largest shopping malls; it has more than 800 stores, a casino, an indoor water park, an indoor ice rink, a hotel, and an indoor amusement park.
- Environmentally-conscious: the city has excellent public transportation, one of most sophisticated waste management systems in the world and bike lanes throughout the city.
- Here is a full list of why Edmonton is a great place to study, live and work.