Canadian Beauty College understands that making a decision to go back to school has to involve sound financial planning and a thorough process of investigating alternative resources that may be available. We encourage students to look at all options to ensure that they can assume the financial obligations before they commit to a vocational program. The Canadian Beauty College works with each potential student to choose the best payment option that will ensure that a student starts and most importantly successfully completes the training journey.
Exploring personal, family and alternative sources ensures that you decrease the risk of encountering financial obstacles during your studies.
For your convenience we accept debit, visa, master card, cheques, bank drafts or cash. An official receipt of payment is always provided at the time of payment.
Possible options to research and consider:
Payment plans: all students are eligible for our in-house interest free payment plans. This allows you to break down your payments into manageable amounts for the length of your program. Extended payment plans may be available for those who qualify.
Banks: all national banks offer eligible students the opportunity to receive a student loan. This can be an excellent option for someone who cannot afford tuition fees and your bank will work with you to determine the appropriate loan and payment plans.
Employment Ontario: Second Careers is a government funded program which allows eligible candidates to go back to school and your costs are supported by this program. To find out more details and to determine if you can qualify, please visit www.ontario.ca/employment or call 1-800-387-5656
Lifelong learning program: The Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows you to withdraw amounts from your RRSPs to finance full-time training or education for you or your spouse or common-law partner (some restrictions apply). For more information please visit www.cra.gc.ca
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB): this program assists eligible candidates with rehabilitation, retraining and educational upgrading. Please visit www.wsib.on.ca to see if you qualify.
External scholarships: Many groups and organizations provide grants and scholarships each year to those in need of higher education. Please speak to your admission representative at Canadian Beauty College to see a current list of scholarships.
Aboriginal/First Nations: Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) has two funding programs that could provide financial assistance for eligible Status Indian and Inuit students to help offset tuition, travel or living expenses. For more information visit, http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng
We are certain that you will select the best option that fits your current situation, for any further assistance, please contact Canadian Beauty College Admissions Department by completing the Information Form or contact us directly at 1 866-720-4920.