Applying for and receiving financial aid is an important part of university life. With costs to attend increasing, it is important to look at all your financial aid options which includes reading up on scholarships and bursaries available.
Full-time and Part-time bursaries
Bursaries are non-repayable awards granted to students who can demonstrate financial need. They are designed to assist students in completing their studies and to supplement, not replace other forms of funding or resources.
Some bursaries have specific eligibility criteria such as the applicant’s city, region, or program of study. Part-time bursaries are for students who have not been full-time within the last 12 months.
All students can apply by completing the General Bursary Application.
Note: There are more applicants than available bursaries. The submission of an application does not guarantee that you will receive a bursary. Priority will be given to students who demonstrate urgent financial need.
UNB Saint John Leadership Awards
Are you a leader on campus or in the greater Saint John area? Whether you are a silent leader or lead from the front of the pack, you might be eligible for a Leadership Award in recognition of your outstanding contribution! Application submission deadline is Sept. 30, 2021. Apply now.
UNB Special Bursary
Applications are currently closed for the 2020/2021 academic year. The UNB Special Bursary is a needs-based bursary valued up to $1,000. It is available to all undergraduate students regardless of citizenship status who are full-time, can demonstrate financial need, and are in good academic standing (minimum 2.0 GPA). Preference is given to students that have applied for government student loans.
ILA Local 273 Bursary
Applications are currently closed for the 2021/2022 academic year. ILA Local 273 offers an annual award to make it possible for students to continue their education at the university level. To be eligible, applicants must be members or dependents of members of ILA Local 273. Preference is given to dependents of active members.
Promise Partnership bursaries
Applications are currently closed for the 2021/2022 academic year. Students who attended either Hazen White-St. Francis or Lorne Middle School and who participated in the Promise Partnership Program are encouraged to apply for the Saint John College Development Inc. Bursary and the Deborah A. Chapman Bursary. Students who participated in the Promise Partnership Program or who attended Hazen White-St. Francis are also encouraged to apply for the Emera New Brunswick Promise Partnership Bursary. Applications are due by June 1, 2021.
Student Educational Opportunities Fund
We understand that extra costs may deter some students from attending educational events that may benefit them. To help provide the best well-rounded university experience, UNB Saint John invites students to apply for financial support to participate in educational activities. Students may receive money to help in the cost of attending leadership, academic and professional conferences, symposia and volunteer opportunities. For information on eligibility and how to apply, email email@example.com.
Indspire provides financial support for First Nations, Inuit and Métis students across Canada to assist them in completing their post-secondary education.