While pursuing post-secondary education, one of the most significant challenges students face is the funding of their studies. Sprott Shaw is here to help with that! Please contact one of our advisors for more information on Sprott Shaw tuition, fees, and any available bursaries and scholarships.
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- Student Financial Assistance (Loans, Grants, Credits, etc)
- Additional Financial Options
- Payment Options
Student Financial Assistance
Government Student Loans
– No interest, no payments while in school. Nursing, medical, midwifery or pharmacy graduates who choose to practice in an underserved area may be eligible for forgiveness of part of their BC student loan. See StudentAidBC.ca.
RRSPs and the Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP)
– Repayment is over ten years with no interest.
Payment Plan Options
– Possible monthly payment plans at each campus.
Student Line of Credit
– Through a Financial Institution. Interest payments while in school.
Scholarships / Bursaries / Grants
– Many available, some program, employer, or campus-specific. See below for some external scholarships and visit our Scholarships page for our annual internal scholarships. Contact your Admissions Advisor for more!
WorkBC Employment Program of BC / Employment Insurance
– Sprott Shaw College programs qualify for EPBC and EI funding; however, every case is different. Sprott Shaw is able to tailor its current programs to fit student needs. It’s important to contact WorkBC before you start your program so they can ensure you have the proper funding and to ensure you are eligible. Click here for more information.
Canada Apprentice Loan
– The Canada Apprentice Loan is an initiative of the Government of Canada to help you complete your apprenticeship in a designated Red Seal trade. You can apply for up to $4,000 in interest-free loans per period of technical training.
– The Government of Canada provides up to $4,000 in federal apprenticeship grants to help you progress in or complete your apprenticeship training.
More Financial Options
– HigherEdPoints is a loyalty program reward item with Aeroplan, TD and CIBC. Each HigherEdPoints reward item has an associated unique confirmation code which you receive upon redemption. See HigherEdPoints.com for more info.
Métis Employment & Training Program
– The Métis Nation British Columbia administers the Métis Employment & Training Program (METP) to improve the employment potential, earning capacity and self-sufficiency of Métis people in British Columbia. If you’re interested in post-secondary education, regardless of what year and program (undergraduate, graduate, professional) reach out to
your Regional Employment & Training office today! See MNBC.ca for more information.
Enriched Academy Scholarship Program
– Enriched Academy is offering scholarships of up to $2,000 for those who complete the Enriched Academy course through their post-secondary institution. See EnrichedAcademy.com for more information.
Financial Payment Options
– When paying by Interac E-transfer via online banking, the following information is required:
Name: SPROTT SHAW COLLEGE CORP. at BMO Bank of Montreal
Recipient: Enter email address email@example.com
Message Box: Students Full Name, Campus Name, Date of Birth (For International Students)
Receipts will be issued by Campuses or the International Department.
If you need to set up internet banking, please contact your Canadian bank or credit union. If you’ve already set up internet banking, please follow the steps below:
1. Set up Sprott Shaw College as a Bill Payee on your account
2. Enter your student number as the account, invoice, or billing number
3. Make the payment and keep the confirmation number for your records
CIBC International Student Pay
Pay Online: pay.cibc.com/ssc
You can pay online by credit card in over 120+ currencies, China Union Pay, ACH (USA) or through bank wire in your country.
Cash or Cheque
To pay by cash or cheque, please contact your campus in advance to schedule a time for you to visit.