Funding your Education in New Brunswick
Students may apply for funding opportunities to help alleviate the cost of post-secondary education. Please note that funding eligibility may differ based on the student's country of origin or the resource to which the student chooses to apply. Please refer to the sections below to guide your research.
Opportunities for Non-Canadians: Awards available to foreign students (study and research), faculty (research), and academic institutions from the Government of Canada.
Canadian Studies: Programs of the International Council for Canadian Studies (CIEC) promote a better knowledge and understanding of Canada by supporting the development of teaching, research, and publication about Canada abroad.
Financial Assistance for Protected Persons: Financial assistance programs offered by the Government of Canada, as well as provincial and territorial governments.
Grants and loans are available to domestic students in Canada. You can learn more about the programs below:
Other Financial Aid Resources
Please also refer to your institution for information on possible scholarships and grants.
Plan Your Studies
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Mount Allison University