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Financial Support and Assistance

FINANCIAL SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE

Financial support to help you advance

Investing in continuing education demands both a commitment in time and a financial one. McMaster Continuing Education and its partners have initiatives in place to assist you financially so that you can concentrate on upskilling to advance your professional journey.

McMASTER FINANCIAL SUPPORT

McMaster Bursary for Part-Time Students/McMaster Continuing Education Award

Funding assistance is available through the McMaster Association of Part-time Students and McMaster Continuing Education.

Before applying, you must register and pay for your courses on our website. Once completed, you apply for the bursary/award on your online student administration portal, mosaic.mcmaster.ca. You will receive notice 1-2 weeks later about your bursary/award status, and, if approved, you will receive a determined reimbursement.

To learn more about eligibility requirements, go to Scholarships and Bursaries – Office of the Registrar | McMaster University and select the “Bursaries for Part-Time Students” drop-down section.

McMaster G. DeGroote Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Research Scholarship

For a limited time, the McMaster G. DeGroote Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Research (MGD CMCR) is offering $1,000 scholarships to offset the costs of  The Science of Cannabis program delivered in partnership with McMaster Continuing Education. Upon successful completion of the three courses in the program, MGD CMCR will provide a reimbursement of $250 for each of the first two courses and $500 for the final course. Please email cmcr@mcmaster.ca if you are interested in applying for funding.

PARTNER SUPPORT SERVICES

ACCESS Community Capital Fund Learn More

ACCESS Community Capital Fund is a charitable Toronto based organization which offers people in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) low-interest loans to internationally-trained individuals interested in upgrading their skills or starting up a business in Canada.

Windmill Microlending Learn More

Windmill supports newcomers who arrive with education, skills and experience but face significant barriers to employment. For many immigrants, what prevents them from entering the labour market is a lack of financial support.

Canada Training Credit Learn More

New refundable tax credit called Canada Training Credit, which may be used for eligible tuition and fees paid for courses.