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Financial Aid - Canada

In Canada, the federal and provincial governments jointly administer student financial assistance through the Canada Student Loans Program, which includes: Federal student loans (called Canada Student Loans) and Provincial student loans.

Bond University is a recognised institution in the Canada Student Loan Program.

Canada Student Loan Program

General Eligibility Criteria:

  • Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada;
  • Reside in a province/territory that issues Canada Student Loans
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Maintain satisfactory academic standards
  • Be enrolled in at least 60% of a full time study load in a degree, diploma or certificate program.

Student Loan Estimator

The student loan estimator at will give you an idea of how much you may be eligible for.

Canada Student Loans provide up to 60% of a full-time student's assessed need, up to a maximum $165 per week of study. Need assessment may differ between federal and provincial loans.

Maintaining the Interest-free Status of your Loan

Submit an Enrolment Confirmation form (Schedule 2) to the NSLSC each year within 6 months of the end of your previous study period. This will ensure your Student Loan remains interest-free during study.

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Requirements for Study Abroad Students

Your home institution may agree to continue to certify your financial aid whilst you are studying at Bond University . However, you will need to direct your home financial aid office to send a Consortium Agreement for Bond University to sign. If your home financial aid office will not agree to certify your loans during your Study Abroad period, Bond University may certify your financial aid.

You must also provide a letter from your home university confirming that you will receive credit for the study you undertake at Bond University. Campus Down Under will assist you with this.


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