Bursary Details

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Financial support for post-secondary education

The CST Foundation provides 25x $6,000 bursaries to support students with financial need

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The Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation’s $150,000 investment is being divided into 25 bursaries, each worth $6,000.

$150,000

in bursaries with

🎉 25 WINNERS 🎉

$6,000 EACH

The Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation supports access to post-secondary education (PSE) for all Canadians. We are passionate about higher learning and believe that finances should not be a barrier to accessing post-secondary education.

In honour of notable members of the Canadian Scholarship Trust family, we are excited to provide $150,000 worth of bursaries to students facing financial barriers in order to help them access post-secondary education. The bursary can be used to cover tuition as well as school-related expenses such as books, supplies, or living expenses.

The bursaries are intended for students who can demonstrate financial need, and whose financial need may make it difficult for them to continue their studies. Students must be the first generation in their family to attend post-secondary education*.

Applications are submitted through an online form. You will need to include the following in your submission:

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Application requirements and process

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*First generation PSE students are students whose parents did not attend post-secondary education (i.e. did not attend either college or university).

Eligibility Criteria

* Eligible PSE institutions include apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma; college, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma; university certificate or diploma below bachelor level; or a university degree.

** First generation PSE students are students whose parents/guardians did not attend post-secondary education (e.g. did not attend either college or university).

Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or Protected Person in Canada

Demonstrate financial need

Be accepted to a post-secondary program at an eligible institution in Canada*, attending Fall 2022

Have/will have completed high school level education (or equivalent), by Fall 2022

Be the first generation in their family to attend post-secondary education**

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Important Dates

Applications Open

April 4, 2022

Applications Due

May 6, 2022

Winners Notified

June 30, 2022

Award sent to winners’ post-secondary institution  🎉

Early August 2022

A short essay on your financial need

A short essay about your accomplishments

A statement about your future aspirations

One reference letter

*Eligible PSE institutions include apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma; college, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma; university certificate or diploma below bachelor level; or a university degree.

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High school transcript (unofficial is fine)

Admission decision letter (when available) from an eligible post-secondary institution showing acceptance for the 2022-23 school year