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Eligibility: To be eligible for this subvention you must live in Montérégie, be unemployed, and should not have been to school in the 12 months preceding your application.
How it works: Our partner, Caisse Desjardins des TI, offers low-interest student loans and flexible payment options.
Eligibility: This option is available for all students who are approved in the first steps of our selection process and are prospective or current Quebec and Ottawa-area residents.
How it works: Windmill Microlending is a national charity that offers affordable loans and support to internationally-trained immigrants and refugees.
How it works: This program aims to help train and support people coming from historically underrepresented groups in STEM disciplines to start or boost a career in the tech sector. Applicants will receive up to $1500 to help fund one of our bootcamps.
Eligibility: You're a Canadian resident who identify with one or several underrepresented groups in STEM (Example: Women, Black, LatinX, Indigenous, LGBTQ+).
2. Student Scholarships
How it works: You're a full-time student registered at a Canadian college or university? You could apply for a 1000$ scholarship for one of our bootcamps.
Eligibility: You must be enrolled as a full-time student in a Canadian university or college.
The scholarships are not cumulative, and cannot be combined with other scholarships, discounts, or a loan.
- Get an early-bird discount: Send your application when the next sessions are announced and get a $900 discount. Subscribe to the newsletter to not miss the announcement!
- You can withdraw from your RESPs or RRSPs (for use in the LLP) to pay for your tuition. Here is more info for using your RESP and to participate in the LLP.
- Your tuition fees are tax-deductible.