Yes, you can claim tuition paid to the following schools outside Canada:
- Universities outside Canada where a Canadian student is enrolled in a course that lasts at least 3 consecutive weeks and leads to a degree.
- Universities, colleges, or other educational institutions in the United States that give courses at the post-secondary school level if the student is living in Canada (near the border) throughout the year and commutes to that institution.
For you to claim tuition fees paid to an educational institution outside Canada, your institution must complete and give you either Form TL11A - Tuition, Education, and Textbook Amounts Certificate - University Outside Canada, or Form TL11C - Tuition, Education, and Textbook Amounts Certificate - Commuter to the United States, whichever applies.
If your tuition is reported in foreign currency: You must convert it to Canadian currency before entering your amounts. Use the exchange rate for the time when the tuition was paid. To do this:
- If you paid by credit card, check your credit card statement for that month. The Canadian dollar amount will be shown on the statement, as well as the exchange rate at which it was calculated.
- If you paid by another method, visit the Bank of Canada's Web site to get the exchange rate. Once you've determined the exchange rate, you can use their currency converter to convert your foreign amount to Canadian dollars
- Where do I claim my school textbooks?
- What is the education amount?
- Can I claim scholarship amounts on my return?
- How do I enter tuition transferred from a spouse or child?
- How do I transfer my unused tuition credits?