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Whether it's a degree, a diploma or a certificate, the post–secondary qualification you earn will pay for itself many times over during your career. But first, you have to figure out how to finance it.
Figuring out how much your education will cost can help you plan how to pay for it.
Financial support may be available to help you upgrade your education or get occupational training to find a better job.
Money 101: Budgeting Basics for Further Education is written for high school students and those already engaged in post-secondary studies. It provides information and tips about basic money management and how to finance post-secondary education.
Explore these examples of different living arrangements, school costs and funding solutions for post-secondary.
Did you know there are hundreds of scholarships and bursaries that could help pay for your education?
Qualifying for scholarships, bursaries and grants is a good way to help finance your post–secondary education.