StudentAid BC provides student loans that are repayable under the terms and conditions set out in their loan agreements.
If you meet the eligibility criteria and are enrolled in a program that qualifies, you may be able to take out a loan to help finance your education.
Programs Eligible for Student Aid
Advanced Diploma in Advanced Care Paramedicine (ACP)
Advanced Specialty Certificate in Community Care Licensing (CCLO)
Bachelor of Emergency & Security Management Studies (BESMS)
Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies (BLES)
Diploma in Emergency & Security Management
Diploma in Law Enforcement Studies (LESD)
Certificate in Fire Fighting Technologies (FFTC)
Certificate in Primary Care Paramedicine (PCP), full-time and part-time
Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents (landed immigrants), and must meet the BC residency requirements. Out-of-province applicants can obtain government student loan funding information from their home province.
At this time, JIBC programs are not eligible for government student loans from other countries.
StudentAid BC FAQs
- How do I maintain interest free-status?
- How does repayment work?
- What happens if I miss a payment?
- I can't afford my payments, what do I do?