Student Financial Assistance
Planning for your education
- Education planning: With so many options, it's hard to know what's right for you. Do you have a career goal in sight? It’s time to figure out what education you need to get you there.
- Continuing education: Every day, the job market becomes more competitive. Continuing education can help you keep up with the latest technologies, knowledge and skills needed to help you keep your job, get a new job or change careers.
- Get your high school diploma: Having a high school diploma gives you greater job options and helps you earn more money. There are several options to choose from when looking at getting your high school diploma.
Canada Student Loans Program
- Apply for student loans: Government student loans are a great way to help you pay for your post-secondary education at a designated college, university or other post-secondary institution.
Repaying your student loan
- Repayment assistance for student loans: Find out everything you need to know about repaying your loan.
Canada Student Grants
- Student grants: Grants, bursaries and scholarships help you pay for your post-secondary education by giving you money that does not need to be paid back. They can be offered through governments, schools or private organizations.
- Saving for your child’s education: Many parents wonder how much to save for their child's education. They also wonder how soon they should start. The answer is simple: Save early, earn more. Even small savings each year will translate into substantial savings later.
Certified educational institutions
- Certification of post-secondary educational institutions: The Minister of Employment and Social Development Canada certifies post-secondary institutions under the Income Tax Act so they can provide students with T2202A certificates to claim education-related tax credits.
Acts and regulations
- Student financial assistance acts and regulations: The Canada Student Loans Act and the Canada Student Loans Regulations govern the provision of loans issued to students up to August 1, 1995.
- Education savings and student loans reports: These reports provide information and statistics on the Canada Student Loans Program as well as the savings incentives offered by the Canada Education Savings Program, which include Registered Education Savings Plans, the Canada Education Savings Grant and the Canada Learning Bond.
- Youth and student success stories: These success stories are about Canadians who have changed their own lives, or those of others, through the Student Financial Assistance and other initiatives.
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