Greystone College students have a number of options to help them finance their studies. See the resources below for links to financial support options, and to find budgeting tips and more. If you have any questions about funding, tuition, or about our programs, we’re always available to answer your questions.
Loans, Scholarships & Bursaries
StudentAid BC helps with the cost of post-secondary education through student loans, grants, and scholarships. They also have programs that help with loan repayment. Greystone College is one of the Designated Educational Institutions for the province of British Columbia.
Apply for financial assistance or learn more on their website: www.aved.gov.bc.ca/studentaidbc
Work BC provides links to financial assistance information, as well as additional budgeting tips, and useful tools to help you financially plan for your education: www.workbc.ca/Training-Education/Finance-your-Education.aspx
BC’s Employment Service Centre (listed on the Work BC site) may also be able to provide funding for workplace training. To find out more, visit a BC Employment Service Centre near you: www.workbc.ca/Work-BC-Centres/Pages/Work-BC-Centres.aspx
Funding & Resources for Immigrants & Refugees
Mosaic provides financial assistance and numerous other services to new immigrants and refugees in multiple languages: www.mosaicbc.com/home
Skills Connect provides counselling and financial support for skilled immigrants who want to move more quickly into jobs that match their experience and background: www.skillsconnect.ca/
Depending on your program choice and study location, a co-op program may provide an opportunity to get paid work experience in a related industry after you complete your studies, and help you fund your studies and living expenses. All co-op in Vancouver are paid, and in Toronto, all Hospitality co-ops are paid. Toronto's business co-ops may be in paid or unpaid positions. Make money and gain relevant industry experience: Co-op / Work Experience Programs