Kenjgewin Teg Post-Secondary Education & Training Bursary Fund
As a post-secondary student with our College and University programs, students are eligible to apply to bursaries and other eligible financial support as would any full or part time on-campus student.
In addition to these partner awards and bursary opportunities, Kenjgewin Teg also has available an annual bursary fund of which students may apply. The amount of financial assistance varies according to the assessed financial need of applicants, the number of applicants, and the availability of funds for allocation. Demonstration of your financial need is also requested, this information is kept strictly confidential.
The general eligibility requirements include:
A Canadian resident Aboriginal individual who is either First Nation status or non-status, Inuit or Métis;
An Active Student in a part-time or full-time program at the post-secondary level in a program of study that is a minimum of one academic year - at an accredited university or college in partnership with Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute and pursuing a certificate, diploma or degree.
Additional supporting information may be asked in support of a student’s application which may include:
One letter of reference is required.
Proof of First Nation, Inuit or Métis ancestry.
Social Insurance Number is required.
Letter of Personal Introduction (minimum 750 words, maximum 1,500 words).