Financial Aid for Canadian students only
SECOND CAREER FUNDING
SECOND CAREER APPROVES TORONTO ACADEMY OF ACTING FOR FILM AND TELEVISION PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS
Students who are accepted into the Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television and are laid off unemployed workers can apply through SECOND CAREER which is an Ontario government program to pay for your tuition.
Second Career is for laid-off unemployed workers for which skills training is the most appropriate intervention to transition them into high-skill, demand occupations in the local labour market. Recently laid off unemployed workers can be active EI claimants or EI Reachback.
To take you to Second Career funding and how to apply please click on this link
Easy Payment Plans
Toronto Academy of Acting offers Interest free payment plans for our accepted students.
Student Lines of Credit
A student line of credit is a great option for Canadian students with a valid co-signer. A line of credit is different from a loan because you take money out only as you need it and pay interest only on what you withdraw while you are in school.
Royal Bank of Canada
- Your credit limit will be based on your need and ability to repay.
- A co-signer may be required.
- The minimum amount for the Royal Bank Student Line of Credit is $5,000.
Useful Royal Bank Link:
Bank of Montreal
- Your credit limit will be based on your need and ability to repay A co signer may be required.
- The minimum amount for Bank of |Montreal Student Line of Credit is $15,000.00.
Useful Bank of Montreal link:
Financial aid options for Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Canada Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)
An RESP is a, tax-deferred, savings vehicle generally used by parents to save for their children’s post-secondary education.
Contributions to an RESP for a child beneficiary may be eligible for Canada Education Savings Grant payments (CESG). Investment earnings on contributions and CESG payments can grow tax-free until they are distributed and included in the recipient’s income, and taxed accordingly. In most cases, the recipient is a student whose total income results in a minimal amount of tax.
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