The Work-Study Program was initiated in the 1997 to provide supplementary financial assistance for those students with documented financial need in the form of current government student loans.
Work-Study offers part-time, on-campus employment for students with documented financial need (see student eligibility below) at the University of Manitoba during the regular academic session (summer session excluded). The program offers students an opportunity to gain work experience in their related field of study while creating the benefit of combining work and study in one place.
The work-study program is closed for the 2012/13. To learn more about the program please read the information below.
Student eligibility for the Work-Study Program is based upon students meeting this criteria:
Have proof of a 2012-2013 government student loans of at least $2,000; or, proof of 2012-2013 Aboriginal band sponsorship (past government loans do not count; personal bank loans such as lines of credit and/or educational loans and registered educational saving plans are not considered in this program);
Be registered at the University of Manitoba as a full-time student in both terms (Fall 2012 and Winter 2013). Students must be in a minimum 60% course load (at least 9 credit hours per term);
Have achieved a satisfactory academic standing with a minimum 2.0 grade point average with no letter grades of "F" in their previous academic session.
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