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- Bursaries are cash awards that are provided to help students pay for their post-secondary education. The main selection criterion for most bursaries is financial need.
- Bursaries are non-repayable (meaning you don't have to pay it back), unless otherwise stated.
- Bursaries are based primarily on on financial need and will most likely require a financial disclosure.
- Many bursaries will take other factors into account along with financial need.These may include extracurricular activities, academics, leadership ability, and more. Some may require students to meet specific demographic or geographic requirements.
- Unlike scholarships, bursaries may not require high academic marks, but there will be a minimum average that a student will have to achieve in order to be eligible.
- Don't stop looking. Many post-secondary institutions have scholarships/bursaries that students can apply for once they have started attending classes in September. Visit your university/college financial aid office at the start of your first year for more information on available bursaries.
- Applicable bursaries are listed in the Scholarships section of this web page.