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Financial Aid

There's no doubt that a Queen's engineering degree is a great investment with lifelong rewards. We understand that for many students and families, the initial cost of a university education is a serious consideration. Ensuring that all academically qualified students can attend Queen's and complete their degrees - regardless of their financial situation - is a fundamental tenet of our university. Below is a list, with links, of the available options.

Student Line of Credit

Unlike government student loans, a student line of credit is not based on financial need. To qualify, you usually require a valid Canadian co-signor (e.g. parent or guardian).  Approval is based on the co-signor's credit worthiness.  

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Government Student Assistance

If you are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident you may qualify for federal and/or provincial government student financial assistance (such as OSAP for Ontario students).  U.S. students may be eligible to apply for U.S. Student Loans.

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Bursaries and Scholarships

At Queen's, we recognize a university education is a major financial undertaking. All Queen's students share the ability to excel academically, but many may not be able to fully finance their university education. Queen's University is here to help you achieve that goal, not just now, but throughout your undergraduate studies.

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Work Study Program

The Work Study Program is a need-based program, meant to supplement, not replace, government student assistance, student and family contribution and a student line of credit.  Students must demonstrate a financial need over resources available to them in order to be eligible for the program.

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