Boasting (although Canadians rarely boast) six Nobel Prize-winning alumni, the University of Toronto is the largest university in Canada. The three-campus institute of higher learning has more than 65,600 undergraduate students and about 15,300 graduate students, and offers more than 700 undergraduate programs, more than 200 graduate programs, and more than 60 professional degrees. The school has a student-teacher ratio of 24:1. About 14% of its undergraduate students are foreign nationals. Tuition costs for Canadian undergraduate students for 2012-2013 ranged from approximately $5,695 to $13,203. International undergraduate student tuition fees ranged from $24,709 to $31,961.