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Internal Financial Aid

Bursaries

Bursaries are non-repayable awards that are based primarily upon financial need. Mount Saint Vincent University is dedicated to helping students reduce their financial barriers to a high quality, post-secondary education by offering a robust bursary program. All bursaries awarded through Mount Saint Vincent University require a formal application which includes specific and detailed financial information.

Students who apply for Mount Saint Vincent University bursaries are expected to have applied for all appropriate government student aid for which they qualify. Those who have not should submit a letter citing the reasons and circumstances why they have not availed themselves of student aid programs or their application for a Mount bursary will not be considered. Applications missing required financial information will not be considered when awards are allocated.

The Mount has both Entrance Bursaries and In-course Bursaries available.

Entrance Bursary (for new students)

These are offered to students entering their first undergraduate program (including transfer students). Students in the Bachelor of Education or Graduate Studies are not eligible. Applications are due each year in June.

In-Course Bursary (for continuing students)

These are offered to both undergraduate and graduate students. Applications are available only once per regular academic session, on or after October 1 of each year. Students must be taking at least 2.0 units between September and April, demonstrate financial need and provide supporting documentation. Applications are available on or after October 1 (if on a weekend, will be available the first weekday of October). The annual deadline is on the first Friday in November and results are available in December. Students must attend both fall and winter terms to qualify. When the application is available, it will appear here.

External Financial Aid

Other than scholarships, bursaries, prizes and awards there are other forms of funding that help to reduce your post-secondary educational costs. The Financial Aid office at the Mount handles on-campus awards (bursaries and scholarships) as well as the Student Works need-based employment program, assists with government loans and also has a limited reserve of repayable emergency funding available to offer current students.

Contact Us

Financial Aid Office

Email: msvu.ca
Direct: (902) 457-6351
Toll-free: 1-877-733-6788 (option 2)

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