- Black/African Nova Scotian,
- Another racially visible group,
- Persons with disabilities,
- and Newcomer.
Contact and Assistance Information
For information about the application process, please contact your post-secondary institution.
For general information about the bursary, please email us at: email@example.com
Can I apply to continuing education to cover the cost of the courses not covered through this funding support program?
The Continuing Education Program is available for students who are studying part-time while they work. The bursary program is for full-time students.
How will funds be distributed and what can the bursary money be used for?
Payments will be issued to the training institution on behalf of successful applicants in late January 2022, once the student’s fall academic standing has been confirmed by their training institution and after the deadline to withdraw from the winter 2022 term.
The training institution will apply the bursary to each successful student’s account.
How can I apply if I belong to one of the designated equity-deserving groups?
Individuals who identify as Mi’kmaq/Indigenous, Black/African Nova Scotian, another racially visible group, Acadian/francophone, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+, or newcomer will self-identify during the application process.
How can I apply for the bursary?
Students must apply directly through their post-secondary institution. Please contact your institution for bursary terms and conditions, and application instructions and deadlines.
Who is eligible for this one-time bursary?
To be eligible for the bursary, individuals must meet all the following requirements:
*Full-time enrollment is defined by the post-secondary institution.