The Continuing Education Office of the Université de Moncton will award a limited number of bursaries with a value of between $200 to $500 to students admitted to a part-time study program at one of its three campuses.
To be eligible for a bursary, one must be registered in a study program or a French as a second language class offered on a part-time basis at the Université de Moncton, be registered to at least one course, have paid the tuition fees, demonstrate a financial need or have good academic results and not have been engaged in a full-time study program at l'Université de Moncton during the 12-month period preceding the date of application.
The application deadlines
Spring-Summer session: May 15
Fall Session: September 15
Winter Session: January 15
It is thanks to the generosity of several supporters that academic scholarships can be awarded to our students: Canadian Heritage (OLE Program), the late Dr. William-L.-Webster (Scoudouc Scholarship), Mrs. Claudette Beaulieu (former Continuing Education Director), Mr. Patrick Maltais (former Continuing Education Director), the late Mr. Alphonse Gaudet (former professor at the Faculté des sciences de l’éducation) as well as the Edmundston, Moncton and Shippagan campuses of the Université de Moncton.
Student Financial Services administers the Federal Canada Student Loans for Part-time Students. Detailed information on this program can be obtained at www.canada.ca/student-financial-assistance from the Canada Student Loans Program Information for Part-time Students, or by calling Student Financial Services.
The Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund (AICLF)
The Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund is a micro-loan fund for internationally trained immigrants in Atlantic Canada. Providing micro-loans to newcomers allows them to overcome financial barriers to upgrade their skills and obtain their license or certification so that they can:
- Practice their occupation, regulated or unregulated
- Find opportunities in field or a related field
- Change career to adjust to the labour market needs