Government of Manitoba - Career Development

Career Development: Youth

How Can I Pay for My Education?

Planning how you will pay for your education will allow you to focus on what’s important – graduating and getting out into the world of work. Learn about financial options – student loans, financial subsidies for low-income households, bursaries, scholarships and grants.

Manitoba Student Aid

Get information on scholarships, bursaries, career planning tools, debt calculation, learning plan development, on-line applications and information about the student aid process in Manitoba.

Canada Student Loans and Grants

The Canada Student Loans Program provides loans and grants to Canadians attending a University, College, Trade School, or Vocational School, if they need help financing their education.

Scholarships Canada

Search this collection of scholarships, bursaries, and information to learn about your financing options, and how to apply for scholarships and loans.

Apprenticeship Financial Grants and Incentives

The Manitoba Government covers the major portion of tuition fees for apprentices when they attend technical/in-school training. This provides apprentices the opportunity to pay much lower tuition fees in comparison to most other post-secondary options. In addition, there are a variety of provincial and federal tax incentives and grants that are offered to apprentices as well as their employers.