Student Aid

Click on the topics below to learn more about financial aid resources available to you.

Student Loans    |    Grants and Student Aid    |    Scholarships

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  • As part of our goal with the Gen-Z Project is to provide individuals resources from credible institutions to assist Canadians seeking information to not only attend but afford post-secondary education.


  • To obtain detailed profiles, requirements, application and admission information for programs of study at Canadian CEGEPs, colleges and universities use this button

Learn about Student Loans

The Canada Student Financial Assistance Program (CSFA Program) provides Canada Student Grants and Loans to help students pay for their post-secondary education. To find out specific information regarding loans visit the  National Student Loans Services Centre (NSLSC) such as

Learn about Grants and Student Aid

This section provides useful links to information about student grants and loans, scholarships, apprentice loans and grants.

Student grants and loans

Apply for student grants and loans, including grants for special circumstances.

Access and update your loan account, and keep your loan interest-free.

How and when to start repaying your loan, get repayment assistance and what to do if you cannot repay your loan.

Most requested

Other student aid

Earn while you learn with additional aid to start and complete an apprenticeship.

Scholarships for undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral studies.

Scholarships, bursaries, education programs and schools for Indigenous peoples.

Apply to keep your loan interest-free while you serve.

Apply for the same loans and grants as a Canadian citizen.

Support for high-performance Canadian athletes preparing for and participating in international sports.

Useful Links

Laws and regulations

Learn about Scholarships

View eligibility details of merit-based scholarships for undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral studies. Please remember that most scholarships are directly offered by the institution, we highly recommend that you send an email to the admissions office asking for a link for their opportunities.

Services and information

Support for high-performance Canadian athletes preparing for and participating in international sports.

Scholarships for graduate students undertaking research either in health, natural sciences, engineering, social sciences or humanities.

Awards for Canadians, permanent residents of Canada and citizens of developing countries pursuing their doctoral studies at a Canadian university.

Scholarships for doctoral students with exceptional academic performance in the social sciences or humanities.

Scholarships for international students and for Canadian students who want to study abroad.

Money for students enrolled in an occupational health and safety related course or program in Canada.

Money for doctoral students. Recipients are based on academic excellence, research potential and leadership.

Money for postdoctoral applicants, who will positively contribute to Canada’s economic, social and research-based growth.

Scholarships and fellowships for undergraduates, postgraduate and post-doctoral students.

Searchable list of bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada.

Money for officer cadets who are members of the Regular Officer Training Plan.

Money to help post-doctoral students do research under outstanding researchers at world-famous schools

Resources and contributions provided by Employment and Social Development Canada


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