Need a hand getting a little further? UNI Financial Cooperation offers the opportunity to earn a scholarship in the pursuit of your collegial or university studies. Financial aid that you don’t have to pay back is always welcome!
Submit your application between January 15 and March 31.
How to apply
To apply, fill out the online form.
Be sure to have on hand all the information you need for application. Plan about five minutes to complete the form. It is not possible to save the form and come back to it later. When the application is completed, you will receive a confirmation of your submitted scholarship application.
Dates to remember
- March 31 - End of application period
- April - Scholarship draw
- May – Unveiling of winners
- Mid-September - Deadline for certification of registration
- Mid-October - Scholarship payment
Contest eligibility criteria
The studend must be a member of UNI Financial Cooperation.
The student must complete high school during the year and/or be enrolled in a full-time program at a postsecondary educational institution designated by the government for the current year. www.canlearn.ca
UNI Financial Cooperation gives annually more than $150,000 in scholarships, each worth $1,000.
For more information
UNI Financial Cooperation
295 Saint-Pierre Blvd. West
P.O. Box 5554
Caraquet NB E1W 1B7
Telephone: 506 726-4484 | 1 800 461-1318
Government grants to students
The Canadian government also offers different student grants that can be added to your other financing tools.
For more information on the aid available, click the following links:
Search for scholarships and bursaries
A student loan with favourable repayment terms can also be an invaluable aid. The financial assistance offered to students by the governments of Canada and New Brunswick give eligible residents of the province access to a post-secondary education and the ability to successfully complete their studies as quickly as possible.
For more information about student loans, visit the web pages dedicated to student financial assistance and student loans.