At Alberta institution, the Alberta government and many other organizations support students with funding their higher education through Scholarships, Bursaries And Awards. Scholarships can help you meet the costs of your education. You may be eligible for this type of funding, depending on the type of program you are taking and if you meet the stipulated program criteria.
College today is highly expensive. But fortunately, there are other ways to pay for your higher-education than to take out a loan. Some of you might not know this, but scholarships or bursaries are the superior alternative. How come? Students who benefit a bursary don’t have to pay back the money upon graduation. So getting a scholarship, award or bursary is essential to being able to afford college.
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Northern Alberta Development Council (NADC) Bursary Application
Established through contributions from northern businesses and communities. The only way to apply for our NADC bursary is on-line. A PDF form is available for download for reference only. Businesses and community organizations interested in our Bursary Partnership Program can download a sponsor request form or contact us directly and we will send you the sponsor request form.
The NADC bursary application form must be submitted on-line. Follow the instructions included on the website when applying. Applications for Bursary Partnership Program must be mailed to the NADC office by the sponsor. The Health Care Practicum Applications must be emailed to Alberta Health Services.
Value Of Scholarships, Bursaries And Awards:
$3,000 for one year of study
Applicants must be residents of Alberta and planning to enroll full-time in post-secondary programs. In addition, each applicant must demonstrate financial difficulty. After completion of the program, student must demonstrate the willingness to live and work in northern Alberta. For each year of bursary funding, it is compulsory for a student to live and work for one year in northern Alberta. Students have up to six months after graduation to find a job related to their fields of study.
The scholarships are awarded to all students who are residents of Alberta. The scholarship does not discriminate. It is offered regardless of age, colour, race or religion. Applicants are advised to apply early as late application will not be processed. The university have the top world best library
Prospective employers with assistance from NADC are given the opportunity to select recipient. The length of time a student is required to work in northern Alberta is based on the size of the bursary.
For more information on the bursary and how to complete the application form, visit Northern Alberta Development Council (NADC).