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  1. Provides a variety of services to help veterans find a job and upgrade their skills and education. Includes: Career transition services: career counselling, prep, and job searching, skills development Education: Financial support for veterans and children of d...
  2. Students can apply online for financial assistance to help pay for eligible costs associated with obtaining post-secondary education. By filling out the PEI Student Financial Assistance online application, students will be assessed for eligibility for the foll...
  3. Offers people who feel their student loan application was not properly assessed according to financial need the chance to appeal the decision. Only appealable expenses will be considered and fall into three general categories: Student contribution appeal: You ...
  4. Provides eligible applicants with financial relief by cancelling their PEI provincial student loan debt if they have a severe permanent disability that prevents them from participating in post-secondary studies and the labour force for the remainder of their l...
  5. Provides online information about the loan repayment process for PEI provincial student loans. Former students must begin to repay their PEI student loans within twelve months after the last date they attended school on a full-time basis. The provincial portio...
  6. Provides former students who have defaulted on their PEI provincial student loans with an opportunity to bring their account back into good standing by providing a six-month payment schedule. The benefits of registering and successfully completing a six-month ...
  7. Provides an opportunity for Island students who are completing their medical residency to apply for interest relief on their PEI student loans until the residency program is complete. The federal portion of student loans is not eligible for the repayment relie...
  8. Provides eligible PEI students the opportunity to apply for a $3000.00 bursary to help with post-secondary education costs. Applicants must be former employees or dependents of of former employees of Marine Atlantic.
  9. Students graduating from a post-secondary program with more than $6000.00 in federal and provincial student loans borrowed per year can apply for a grant to help reduce their provincial student loan balance. Maximum grant amounts are: For academic years that c...
  10. Provides bursaries for students entering post-secondary of up to $750.00 in recognition of volunteer work completed between the end of Grade 9 and June 30 of the year the student graduates Grade 12. Bursaries have no cash value and are applied directly to the ...
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