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Western Ivey AEO: How much should I expect to pay in total?

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Everyone knows that Western is expensive, but how expensive would a student expect? How much would one be in debt after graduation? How do you manage expenses and finances especially from a slightly below middle-class family? If I become a student at Western as a BMOS student, AEO status, how much should I expect total expenses be?

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BMOS+HBA1+HBA2+living expenses = ~100k over 4 years.
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I've thought about this too. Keep in mind that OSAP only requires you to pay back a certain amount (+/- 8000) per year no matter how much they grant you. Coming from a low income family, I'm expecting to get around 12,000-13,000 and so there could be around $5000 docked off. There's also entrance scholarships of $2000 for everyone above 90 avg (every1 in Ivey basically) and there's always University bursaries. Add that to summer jobs/internships and your debt will be significantly lower when you graduate.
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My parents gave me a deal :/

They'd give me 110k over four years, as long as I paid them 11.5k every year after I graduate for ten years...

I couldn't get OSAP with my family's income bracket...
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@Serendipity wrote
My parents gave me a deal :/

They'd give me 110k over four years, as long as I paid them 11.5k every year after I graduate for ten years...

I couldn't get OSAP with my family's income bracket...




Hahaha like a home-made Student Loan/Retirement Plan combined!
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