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That being said, anyone taking on the challenge needs a little help. To guide you along in this process, we’ve put together a handy Financial Guide to make finding the right funding hunt a heck of a lot easier.
From student loans and lines of credit at your local bank to student aid programs from the federal government, there are tons of options to fund your education. Depending on which province you call home, financial assistance via student loans, grants, bursaries, and scholarships may be available too. Financial aid for equity-deserving groups, like women, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ students among others, also exists to assist with securing the resources required to pursue post-secondary programs.
Most banks offer student lines of credit to help with tuition costs and living expenses. Let our admissions team know you’re interested in this option and they’ll help you with the process.
Students who have already completed one of our part-time programs are eligible for credits towards some of our bootcamps or another part-time course.
Depending on what province you call home, certain financial aid options may be available to those who qualify. Check out our financial guide for more details.
There are various grants and training credits offered at the federal level, including the Canada Job Grant program, available in every province for employers to help pay for employee training.
Newcomers to Canada have several financing options to launch their career in Canada that include grants and low-interest loans. Other equity-deserving groups can also access tuition coverage and wraparound support (ie. child care services). Refer to the guide for more details.
Wizebank allows students the freedom to pay in 3 to 12 month installments, interest free. If you are interested in this option, you can reach out to the enrollment team and our staff will contact you to book a consultation.