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Assistance & Funding

There is no getting around it—going to school is a big investment.

Robertson strives to offer a variety of financial aid opportunities to ease the stress of payments and allow students to focus on their studies. Our goal is to ensure you’re aware of the resources available to help you complete your education. Whether you plan on studying online or on campus, Robertson’s dedicated Financial Aid Officers will help you every step of the way.

Find funding information specific to your campus below.

  • Winnipeg
  • Brandon
  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Online

Personal Payments
Pay your tuition in full by the end of the first week of your program and receive a discount. You may also choose to pay your tuition in monthly payments. You can use the funds in your savings, RRSP or RESP to pay for your tuition.

Bank / Credit Union Financing
Students may qualify for financing options for tuition through their bank or credit union. Talk to a representative from your financial institution about the possibility of applying for a student line of credit.

Government Student Loans
Federal and Provincial student loans are available to students who qualify. For more information about the application process, please visit www.manitobastudentaid.ca or contact one of our experienced Financial Aid Officers who can help you through the whole process.

Please note: If you are funded by student aid, your enrolment will not be confirmed until you have successfully completed your first week of studies. Robertson reserves the right to hold confirmations until you have successfully completed these entrance requirements.

Employment Manitoba
If you are unemployed, underemployed, low skilled or low income within the Employment Manitoba guidelines, you may be eligible for Employment Manitoba funding for your tuition. For more information, contact 1 (204) 945-0575 in Winnipeg or toll-free at 1 (866) 332-5077 to find the closest Employment Manitoba Centre to you. One-on-one counselling is provided to help you assess your need for training and to develop an employment plan.

Band Funding
Individuals with Indigenous backgrounds may qualify for funding through the Manitoba Metis Federation and other organizations. Students interested in more information on this funding should contact the offices of these organizations directly (keeping in mind that qualifying may depend on your provincial residency). As always, if you have any further questions, or require any type of assistance, Robertson Student Financial Administrators are here to help you through the process.

Scholarships & Bursaries
Your family may belong to companies, organizations, or unions that offer scholarships and bursaries to qualifying family members. You can also visit www.scholarshipscanada.com for more information about scholarships and bursaries available in Manitoba.

Be sure to speak to a trained Robertson Student Financial Administrator to explore all funding options that are available to you. 

Personal Payments
Pay your tuition in full by the end of the first week of your program and receive a discount. You may also choose to pay your tuition in monthly payments. You can use the funds in your savings, RRSP or RESP to pay for your tuition.

Bank / Credit Union Financing
Your bank or credit union may offer school tuition financing options. You may qualify for a student line of credit or loan.

Government Student Loans
Federal and Provincial student loans are available to students who qualify. For more information about the application process, please visit www.manitobastudentaid.ca or contact one of our experienced Financial Aid Officers who can help you through the whole process.

Please note: If you are funded by student aid, your enrolment will not be confirmed until you have successfully completed your first week of studies. Robertson reserves the right to hold confirmations until you have successfully completed these entrance requirements.

Employment Manitoba
If you are unemployed, underemployed, low skilled or low income within the Employment Manitoba guidelines, you may be eligible for Employment Manitoba funding for your tuition. For more information, contact the Employment Manitoba Centres located in Brandon by calling 1 (866) 332-5077. One-on-one counselling is provided to help you assess your need for training and to develop an employment plan.

Band Funding
Funding may be available through Aboriginal bands or the Manitoba Metis Federation for qualifying individuals. For more information, you may contact their offices directly or speak to a trained Robertson Financial Aid Officer to help you through the process.

Scholarships & Bursaries
Your family may belong to companies, organizations or unions that offer scholarships and bursaries to qualifying family members. You can also visit www.scholarshipscanada.com for more information about scholarships and bursaries available in Manitoba.

Be sure to speak to a trained Robertson Financial Aid Officer to explore all funding options that are available to you. Please call us at 1 (204) 725-7200 or click here to get started.

Personal Payment
Pay your tuition in full by the end of the first week of your program and receive a discount. You may also pay your tuition in monthly payments with no interest.

Bank or Credit Union Financing
Your bank or credit union may offer school tuition financing options. You may qualify for a student line of credit or loan. Your financial institution would have the criteria for this option.

Government Student Loans
Federal and Provincial student loans are available to students who qualify. For more information about the application process and criteria, please visitwww.studentaid.alberta.ca or contact one of our experienced Financial Aid Officers for help through the application process.

Please note: If you are funded by student aid, your enrolment will not be confirmed until you have successfully completed your first week of studies. Robertson reserves the right to hold confirmations until you have successfully completed these entrance requirements.

Band Funding
Funding may be available through Aboriginal bands or organizations for qualifying individuals. For more information, you may contact their offices directly or speak to one of our Student Financial Administrators to help you through the process.

Scholarships & Bursaries
Your family may belong to companies, organizations or unions that offer scholarships and bursaries to qualifying family members. You can also visit www.scholarshipscanada.com for more information about scholarships and bursaries available in Alberta.

Be sure to get in touch with our Student Financial Administrators for more information on your tuition funding options.

Personal Payment
Pay your tuition in full by the end of the first week of your program and receive a discount. You may also pay your tuition in monthly payments with no interest.

Bank or Credit Union Financing
Your bank or credit union may offer school tuition financing options. You may qualify for a student line of credit or loan. Your financial institution would have the criteria for this option.

Government Student Loans
Federal and Provincial student loans are available to students who qualify. For more information about the application process and criteria, please visit www.studentaid.alberta.ca or contact one of our experienced Student Financial Administrators for assistance with the application process.

Please note: If you are funded by student aid, your enrolment will not be confirmed until you have successfully completed your first week of studies. Robertson reserves the right to hold confirmations until you have successfully completed these entrance requirements.

Band Funding
Funding may be available through Aboriginal bands or organizations for qualifying individuals. For more information, you may contact their offices directly or speak to one of our Student Financial Administrators for assistance with the process.

Scholarships & Bursaries
Your family may belong to companies, organizations or unions that offer scholarships and bursaries to qualifying family members. You can also visit www.scholarshipscanada.com for more information about scholarships and bursaries available in Alberta.

Be sure to get in touch with our Student Financial Administrators for more information on your tuition funding options. 

Personal Payment
Pay your tuition in full by the end of the first week of your program and receive a discount. You may also pay your tuition in monthly payments with no interest.

Bank or Credit Union Financing
Your bank or credit union may offer school tuition financing options. You may qualify for a student line of credit or loan. Your financial institution would have the criteria for this option. If you have RRSPs or RESPs, you can use the money you have saved to pay tuition.

Government Student Loans
Federal and Provincial student loans are available to students who qualify. For more information, contact our Student Financial Administrators for help through the application process.

Please note: If you are funded by student aid, your enrolment will not be confirmed until you have successfully completed your first week of studies. Robertson reserves the right to hold confirmations until you have successfully completed these entrance requirements.

Band Funding
Funding may be available through Aboriginal bands or organizations for qualifying students. For more information, you may contact their offices directly or speak to one of our Student Financial Administrators for assistance with the application process.

Scholarships & Bursaries
Your family may belong to companies, organizations or unions that offer scholarships and bursaries to qualifying family members. You can also visit
www.scholarshipscanada.com
for more information about scholarships and bursaries available.

Be sure to get in touch with our Student Financial Administrators for more information on your tuition funding options.

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