Careers & Post Secondary

Careers & Post Secondary

How to help fund your education

Canada Student Loans and Grants

may be available for your post-secondary education. There are many links available on the website, or your provincial student financial assistance office, or the National Student Loans Service Centre.

What is t2u?

T2U is an online workshop designed to enhance the first-year experience by familiarizing students with parts of the university culture before they attend their first year. If you have ever wondered about what the U of A is like or worried about getting lost on campus, where to meet people, how to deal with the stress of university exams, this course will give you the answers and start you on your way. Check out their link at for registration information.

Post Secondary Resources

Don't Know Where to Go?

Find Universities and programs by accessing:
Take a Free Career Quiz

If you still need more direction, access:


RAP Scholarships

Scholarships for Apprentices and Occupational Trainees:
Need High School Tutors? will take you to the site; choose the High School link for the extensive list of tutors with addresses and courses they tutor and what they charge.


Additional Tutors



Theatre Production Program

Grant MacEwan University is offering a Theatre Production program.  Check out the following links to view options available:

    Mathematics Entrance Requirements for Post-Secondary Institutions

    The address necessary to search requirements

    Resources for Students

    Whether you are looking for a Post-Secondary Institution or Scholarship Information, the answers to your questions are right at your fingertips at the following web sites:

    Alberta Universities and Colleges -

    The Online Degree Directory is a helpful resource for researching accredited online degrees and campus colleges at




    U.S. Universities

    For information on U.S. Universities try: or

    The Paul Kane High School Awards, Bursaries, Scholarships, Student Loans booklet is also available and loaded with information listed according to deadline dates.


    Also, the Government of Alberta has a listing of Alberta scholarships administered by Student Aid Alberta.



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