By Geetika Arora

Study Abroad

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Educational Grants to Study in Canada 


Studying in Canada can be expensive. But you can get the funding you need through educational grants.

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This grant offers up to $6,000 a year for students from low-income families to cover tuition, books, and living expenses.

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grant for full-time students

Part-time students can receive up to $1,800 a year to cover tuition and other expenses.

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grant for part-time students

This grant offers up to $8,000 per academic year to cover additional education-related costs for students with permanent disabilities.

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grant for students with permanent disabilities

Students with children can receive up to $200 per week of study for each child through this grant.

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grant for students with dependents

Family doctors, nurses, and nurse practitioners who work in underserved communities can have up to $40,000 of their student loan forgiven.

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student loan forgiveness for family doctors and nurses

To be eligible for these grants, you must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected person. You must also be enrolled in a recognized educational institution.

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eligibility criteria

To apply for educational grants, you need to complete and submit an application form along with supporting documents.

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application process

Make sure to submit your application before the deadline to be considered for funding.

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Educational grants can be the difference between achieving your academic dreams or not. They can help alleviate financial stress and allow you to focus on your studies.

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importance of grants

In addition to educational grants, there are other funding options available such as scholarships, bursaries, and student loans.

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other funding options

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