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Financial Aid for Canadian Students

On this page, you'll find descriptions of financial aid resources for Canadian students. The information below applies to Canadians seeking aid for study in Canada


The following databases and publications can help you locate scholarships and fellowships specifically for Canadian students. is a searchable database of several thousand scholarships, prizes, and bursaries for students entering their first year of post-secondary studies in Canada. It includes both school-administered and private awards.

UWaterloo Graduate Office's Scholarship Database
Searchable database of undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, and post-doctoral opportunities, with a decidedly Canadian emphasis.

SFU Graduate Awards for Canadians
Contains a database of Canadian graduate and postdoctoral fellowships, compiled by Simon Fraser University.

Scholarships and Bursaries from the Canadian Government
This site provides information on scholarships for Canadian students who wish to study abroad and for international students who wish to study in Canada.

AMMSA: Scholarships for Aboriginal Students
AMMSA publishes a guide to scholarships and bursaries for aboriginal students. The guide currently lists more than 375 scholarships and bursaries.


Canadian Guidance Services
Canadian Guidance Services publishes a 250-page book of scholarships and awards intended for Canadian high school students entering Canadian universities. The book is revised every two years and is now in its 7th edition. The price is $19.95, plus $5 shipping and handling and $1.75 GST (total $26.70). For more information, contact:
Canadian Guidance Services
2042 Coral Crescent
Burlington, Ontario,
Canada, L7P 3K5
Phone: 1-905-332-0083

Major Scholarship Programs

Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
The Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation focuses on assisting Canadian students who demonstrate financial need and academic merit.

Girl Guides of Canada
Girl Guides of Canada offers two scholarship programs: The Girl Guides of Canada Scholarships the the Roberta Bondar Scholarship. Each scholarship offers $1,500. For more information, call 416-487-5281 x266, fax 416-487-5570, send email to, or write to Scholarship Administrator, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada, 50 Merton Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4S 1A3.

TD Canada Trust Scholarships
The TD Canada Trust Scholarships for Community Leadership provide $10,000 per year for tuition and $5,000 per year for living expenses for up to four years (total $60,000).


Canadian Higher Education Loan Program (CanHELP)
CanHELP is an alternative loan program for Canadian students to study in US colleges and universities. The loans are offered by the International Education Finance Corporation (IEFC) working in conjunction with the Bank of Boston and The Education Resources Institute (TERI).
Joe Cronin, VP/IEFC
424 Adams Street
Milton, MA 02186
Phone: 1-617-696-7840

Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA)
MEFA offers Programs for International Students in Massachusetts (PRISM), a low-interest loan program for students from Canada or Argentina attending one of 65 participating schools in Massachusetts. Canadian students may borrow up to the full cost of education. A US cosigner is not required.
125 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02110,
Phone: 1-800-842-1531

Loans from the Canadian Ministry of Skills, Training and Labour
If you're a Canadian student attending college in the US, you may obtain a loan through the Canadian government's Ministry of Skills, Training and Labour. You should contact a Canadian lender, the appropriate Ministry office in their province, or Human Resources Development Canada in Ottawa.
One lender which issues these loans is:
Royal Bank Student Loan Centre
Transit #9080
PO Box 9590
Vancouver, BC V6B 4G3.
Phone: 1-604-665-4029.

Other Financial Aid Resources

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
NSERC is the Canadian equivalent of the United State's National Science Foundation (NSF). Its programs include grants and scholarships.
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
350 Albert Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 1H5
Phone: 1-613-995-5992

Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation (CSTF)
CSTF runs a tax-sheltered education savings program for Canadians. Canadian law limits contributions to Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) to $1,500 per year.
Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation
200-240 Duncan Mill Road
Don Mills, Ontario
Canada M3B 3P1
Phone: 1-800-387-4622

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