Find scholarships, grants, and other aid to fund a world-class education.
The Financial Aid Process
01. Apply for Aid
Creativity and innovation to challenge the status quo will affect what and how we teach and the intellectual ambitions of the university itself.
Social engagement should orient students’ academic experiences to help them become critically engaged citizens, dedicated to solving problems.
03. Make Your Deposit
Estudiar’s commitment to student success, important scholarship and creative activity, and public service sets it apart from other colleges.
Types of Aid
Second Career Assistance
The Second Career program provides support to laid-off employees in need who will benefit most from training to find work. Newly laid off workers need long-term skills training. This is the most helpful tool to help individuals transition into high-skill, high-demand occupations in the local employment market.
Depending on your situation, E.I/Government could give you money for school. This money does not need to be repaid as it is NOT a loan. To see if this applies to you, read the criteria mentioned below.
Second Career Eligibility Ontario:
- You are currently on E.I
- You have been on E.I. anytime after 2005
- You have been on Maternity/Parental anytime in the last 5 years
- You have been laid-off anytime after January 2005 and even if you are not eligible for E.I Benefits
- You have been on Disability
Second Career Funding
ou may qualify for tuition and living expenses such as:
- Living expenses
- Help caring for dependents
- Travel & Transportation
- Disability supports
- Other living and training costs
Don’t qualify for the Second Career criteria? You may still qualify to receive OSAP (Government Financial Aid). Click here to learn more about OSAP and to see if you’re eligible for grants and loans.