The cost of post-secondary tuition has risen yet again in Canada. In 2016-2017, the average cost for an undergraduated full time program is $6,373 per year (2.8% higher than the year before) according to Statistic Canada.
In Ontario, undergraduates in Ontario need to fork out an average of $8,114, which is the highest in Canada. Of course if you are in programs such as dentistry, that will cost you an arm and a leg at $21,012 for the year. Doctor-want-to-be, you would need to come up with $13,858. Law programs would cost you an average of $11,385 while the price tag for pharmacy studies is $9,738.
If you are spending that kind of money for tuition, you want to make sure it is the right academic program for you. Career assessment can help you explore your career options and determine the right academic program for you. Using 2 of the most effective and trusted career assessment inventories, Myer-Briggs Type Indicators® and Strong Interest Inventory®, you can determine your career and academic options according to your personality and interests. If you are 14 years old or older, you definitely need to complete both inventories and explore your career choices. If you want a bright and successful future, find out what Herman Chow Counselling & Associates can offer you. www.hermanchow.com