Information on various scholarships offered by the federal government

We’ve done some research for you on scholarships

​​Visit the Financial Aid office of your new school to find out what options are available for you.  Your old school may have some ideas too.

Here are some other options:

Scholarships Canada: a search engine for scholarships offered by schools and benefactors across Canada


Scholarships, grants, and bursaries are awarded based on financial need or academic / sporting / community merit.

where can you find them?

​Many institutions offer scholarships for new and returning students in undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate studies.

To qualify, you must to meet certain criteria (each institution and award will have their own). Universities, colleges, companies, banks, governments (government loans and grants are discussed here), and non-profit organizations offer this type of support for students. 

Awards may require:

  • Student transcripts / report cards
  • Letters of recommendation (from teachers or community leaders you know)
  • Writing essays / answering application questions
  • Proof of financial need (you may need to show your / your family's tax return and declare your / your family assets)
  • Proof of citizenship / residency.


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Corporate scholarships: 

  • Royal Bank Scholarships -
  • TD Bank Scholarships -
  • CIBC Scholarships - https://www.