The total cost of the course (including tuition, books, and materials) is spread into monthly payments. An initial deposit of 25% is due before the program of study starts and the balance is divided into equal monthly installments during the length of the course. The final installment is due one month prior to the completion of the program.
Better Jobs Ontario (Formerly known as Second Career)
The Second Career strategy launched by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities pays for the training or education that Ontarians require to get a better job. It provides financial help up to $28,000, or more in some cases, to pay for: » Tuition » Living Expenses » Help caring for dependents » Travel » Transportation » Disability supports » Other living and training costs » Books
Most banks and Credit Unions in Ontario offer customized Student Lines of Credit so you can get the help you need to cover the cost of tuition, books, materials, and even living expenses. A Bank Line of Credit can give you access to the money you need when you need it. Full or part-time students officially enrolled in the college can apply for this option. Regularly these financial products include:
Delivered by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), the Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows individuals to withdraw funds from their Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) to finance training or education for themselves or their spouse or common-law partner.
A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a contract between an individual who is the subscriber, and a person or organization, who is the promoter. The subscriber makes contributions to the RESP, which earns income. The subscriber names one or more beneficiaries and agrees to make contributions for them. Students who have been accepted to a program at A1-GLOBAL COLLEGE and are named beneficiaries under a family Registered Education Savings Plan, may use the funds from the RESP to finance their education.