IEEQ Program participants pay tuition fees to the University of Manitoba on a per-course basis, similar to any other university student. The following are estimates only and are subject to change:
Financial aid may be available to you.
Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development: At times, Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development may offer various programs of financial assistance to eligible immigrant professionals who need to undertake some formal education or training in order to re-gain their professional license in Manitoba. These programs, when offered, may assist with tuition and other academic costs and/or living expenses during the time of training. Visit a Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development Centre to learn about options available.
Recognition Counts- SEED Winnipeg is a program that provides micro-loans to skilled immigrants who live in Manitoba and are working to become qualified to work in their field. The program offers loans of up to $10,000 to low-income, skilled immigrants, and provides them with career and financial counselling. To learn more about this program, click here.
Government of Manitoba Student Loan: This program provides both loans and grants to eligible students in full-time and part-time studies. To learn more, click here.
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