Tuition Funding & Assistance
There are several different funding and assistance options at Robertson, designed to encourage all qualified students to consider applying for admission, regardless of your financial circumstances.
Education is a big decision, and for most students, one of the biggest considerations is how they fund their program of choice. At Robertson, our experienced Student Financial Administrators can help you navigate through all the options that are available to you.
Personal Payments & Payment Plans
Not everyone is in the position to pay for their tuition upfront, but if this is an option for you and you pay your tuition in full by the end of the first week of your program, you will qualify for a discount. You can also choose to break your tuition into convenient monthly payments that you pay throughout the year as you attend classes.
Student Line of Credit
A student line of credit is a product for students that helps them pay for expenses related to post-secondary education, like tuition or books. It can also be used to help cover everyday expenses, like food and transportation. Your bank or credit union may may offer school tuition financing options and you may qualify for a student line of credit or loan.
Government Student Loans
Canada Student Loans are offered by the Government of Canada to help students pay for post-secondary education at a designated college, university, or other post-secondary institution. It is offered to eligible full- and part-time post-secondary students in most provinces and territories.
Employment Programs can help students with limited finances can achieve their educational goals by applying for assistance for costs related to post-secondary studies. These programs typically provide full and part-time financing for post secondary studies. Robertson programs typically qualify for Employment Program and EI funding; however, each case is different.
Scholarships or 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 your province.
Funding may be available through Aboriginal bands for qualifying individuals. For more information, you may need to contact your band office directly, or speak to a Robertson Student Financial Administrator to help you through the process.
Depending on your situation, there are different funding options that you may qualify for or may apply. We encourage all prospective students to meet with our Student Financial Administrators to explore and thoroughly understand the different funding options that are available. Our goal is to get qualified students funded and enrolled, so all options will be thoroughly explored.