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Name MANITOBA STUDENT AID
Research Fields TEST student loan, unrestricted
Categories Unrestricted
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Eligibility These provincially subsidized loans are interest-free while you are a full-time student and for six months after your studies end. You must begin repayment of the loan six months after you cease to be a full-time student. The maximum Manitoba Student Loan is $140 per week of study. For a 34-week program, the maximum is $4,760 ($140 x 34). Deadline: All information and required documentation must be received no later than two months before your period of study ends. Funds cannot be released after your period of study end date. Eligibility * be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), or protected person, as defined under Canadian Immigration legislation. * be a Manitoba resident (generally, you are a resident if Manitoba is where you lived for the last 12 consecutive months before your study period, not including time spent in post-secondary studies) * study at an approved school that is designated (approved) for Manitoba Student Aid purposes. If you are not sure if your school is designated, see Your School and Program on this website. If your school is not listed as a designated institution, it may not have been reviewed yet to determine eligibility for funding. In this case, you must submit a paper application. The school will be asked to provide specific information for designation purposes. This process may take up to eight weeks. * study in an approved program that is a minimum of 12 weeks in length, within a period of 15 consecutive weeks. If you are not sure if your program is approved, see Your School and Program. If your program has never been reviewed, you must submit a paper application. The school will be asked to provide specific information for program approval purposes. * have satisfactory progress and attendance * not be in default of previous federal or provincial student loans * not have a poor credit history, if over the age of 22 and applying for the first time * have an assessed financial need * maintain the minimum required course load for the entire academic year. This means you must maintain and satisfactorily complete at least 60% of a full course load (30% in each term) over the entire academic period in order to remain eligible for assistance through the full-time program (100% if you are attending a private vocational/trade school).
Value The value is not available
Currency Canadian
Tenable at No details on tenability available
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Visit the Manitoba Student Aid web site at http://www.gov.mb.ca/educate/sfa/pages/sfaFrontDoor_en.html FAQ's are available at http://www.gov.mb.ca/educate/sfa/pages/faq.html Contact: WINNIPEG - Manitoba Student Aid, 401-1181 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G OT3 Telephone: (204) 945-6321 BRANDON - Manitoba Student Aid, Provincial Building - 3rd Floor, 340 9th Street Brandon, Manitoba R7A 6C2 Telephone: (204) 726-6592 Canada and the USA call toll-free: 1-800-204-1685. A TTY phone is available for the hearing impaired at 1-204-945-8483 (in Manitoba) or 1-866-209-0696 (Canada and the USA). Updated: February 3, 2012
 

 
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