A study has found that university students studying in Canada can be a little more financially secure than students from the United States.
The study from the University of British Columbia found that a single undergraduate student can spend up to $2,400 more in Canada than in the United Kingdom, with the average cost per student going up to about $1,600 per year.
In the United State, it’s more like $3,500 per student.
Read more:Study finds that university student spending increases with Canadian dollar exchange rate The University of Western Ontario also found that an undergraduate student living in Canada in 2018 spent about $4,000 more per year on their education than in 2017, while the average Canadian student living abroad spent about half as much on their degree.
The average cost for a single student in Canada is about $25,000.
In the U.S., the average American college student spends about $22,000 annually, according to the College Board.
The study comes as the U,S.
faces a new wave of student debt.
More than 80% of Americans who borrowed money from their parents or grandparents during the Great Recession are still paying off that debt, according the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
At the same time, many students in Canada, such as students studying for their degrees, have a much lower average debt load than their counterparts in the U – which means they can save money on their college education without going into debt.
The American College Salary Survey found that the average salary for full-time, non-tenure-track faculty is about 40% lower in Canada compared to the U., and about 20% lower than in England.
It’s the opposite in the States, where many of the top salaries for full time, non tenure-track positions in the sciences and humanities are between 70% and 80% higher than in Canada.
While most Americans will be surprised to learn that a student studying abroad is going to have a higher salary than they are in the US, the University at Buffalo found that students in countries like France, Spain, Italy, Germany, and Sweden earn significantly more than students in the same fields in the USA.