York University
The York University Act, established in 1959, resulted in the foundation of a non-denominational institution known as York University. It is Canada's third largest university, having been autonomous in 1965 after being connected with the University of Toronto in its early years. York University has 11 faculties that offer programmes. There are 78 undergraduate certificate programmes, 92 postgraduate diploma programmes, and 41 PhD programmes. Accounting and finance are the most popular courses at the university.

Cost of attendance

The cost of attendance at York University for international students ranges from CAD 29,000 to 37,000 which is equivalent to 17.55 lakhs- 22.4 lakhs, which covers program, tuition, and additional costs.


The university's ten residences on the Keele and Glendon campuses house nearly 4,000 students. Single and double rooms in university dormitories are available. Personal suites are also available for students above the age of 21. Meal facilities are available on campus in the form of residence halls and restaurants/cafeterias. The cost of some of York University's housing ranges from 5.65 lakhs to 7.04 lakhs. Mandatory annual plan of $2,660 to $3,800 USD (2 lakhs to 2.86 lakhs). Meal plans begin at $1,786 USD (1.34 lakhs) for those who choose a suite and are entirely optional.

Acceptance rate

The total number of students enrolled at the university are 52300. York University is home to over 5000 international students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The acceptance rate is 50.5 %


The university is divided among three campuses in Ontario, namely Keele, Glendon, and Markham. The institute's main site, Keele Campus, is located in the northern metropolis of Toronto. The Keele campus is essentially a separate city, housing approximately 6,000 graduates and 46,000 undergraduates. It is a centre of personal and professional development, with sophisticated facilities and limitless prospects. The Keele Campus houses the majority of the university's faculties, including Business, Law, Fine Arts, Education, and Engineering, among others. Glendon Site is a bilingual institution campus in central Southern Ontario. It is, in fact, the only university campus in Canada that requires students to study in both English and French. Markham Campus is still under construction and is located near Highway 407 in collaboration with Seneca College. The university's library is adequately equipped with all educational necessities, such as thousands of books, periodicals, laptops, and wifi. Students have online access to all e-journals and e-books.


York College/CUNY is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools* and is a member of the Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York. 

Jobs and Placement

Within four months following graduation, the vast majority of York University graduates are employed or admitted to further education. KPMG, IBM, E&Y, Deloitte, Microsoft, Amazon, pwc, Mc cann, and Siemens are among the recruiting firms at the university. York University employees in Canada earn an annual income of C$78259 on average.

QS Ranking

#494 in QS World University Rankings, 2022.

The Ranking

#401 World University Rankings by Times Higher Education 2022

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