Investing in education is one of the best decisions you can make. We recognize the important contribution you are making towards your education.
At Brighton College, we offer competitive tuition rates when compared to other institutes in British Columbia.
Financial aid options might be available based on your prior education, experience or more. Please speak to one of our experienced Educational Advisors for more information. View our fees here. Call us today 604-430-5608 or email email@example.com.
At Brighton College, our experienced financial advisors are available to assist you with your payment plan. Whether you are applying for financial aid or paying via other payment methods, we are committed to helping you set up a plan that works best for you. Thousands of students have benefited from financial aid.
This needs-based program provides supplementary financial assistance to eligible students enrolled in a full-time post-secondary level course for a minimum of 12 weeks. The amount and type of assistance awarded is based on needs assessment. With one application, students may access several different types of funding including Canada Student Loan, BC Student Loan, and Canada Millennium Scholarship Grants.
Students requiring financial assistance should apply for assistance in advance as it can take 6-8 weeks for your application to be processed. Furthermore, if you are assessed incorrectly or are denied a student loan it can take up to 8 weeks to have your application reassessed or appealed. If you need to submit a reassessment or do not qualify for a student loan, please contact us for assistance.
Throughout the year, we offer several general or program specific scholarships/grants to students. These are noted on program pages. If you have any questions about a scholarship/grant and whether you qualify, contact an Educational Advisor.
A Student Line of Credit is a product offered by major banks that allows students to borrow money repeatedly up to a pre-set limit. You only have to apply once and there are no monthly or annual fees. The Student Line of Credit can be used towards tuition fees and other living expenses. During school, students only make low-interest payments on the amount borrowed. Often, students need somebody, like a parent or guardian, to co-sign your line of credit application. This person will also be held responsible if you can’t pay the debt back.
See your preferred financial institute for more information.
Employment Insurance (EI) claimants who are unemployed and unable to find work with their existing skills may be eligible to receive funding towards a program that will equip them with skills for employment. Approval for funding is on a case basis. Find out more at a WorkBC Centre.
There may be other types of financial assistance options depending on your eligibility. When applying for a Student Loan, additional grants may also be available to students with dependents, permanent disabilities, or those from low-income families.
To find out which type of financial assistance you may qualify for, speak to a Financial Advisor.