Reduce Your Tuition and Fees
Yorkville University provides a limited number of scholarships and bursaries to qualified students.
Bachelor of Business Administration On Campus Bursaries
All new Bachelor of Business Administration students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents can apply for a 35 percent tuition bursary towards Bachelor of Business Administration courses completed on campus in Vancouver, or a 35 percent tuition bursary towards courses completed on campus in Toronto. One applicant will be awarded the Working Adults Tuition Bursary, which covers 100 percent of their program’s tuition.
The Working Adults Tuition Bursary is part of Yorkville University’s efforts to help people of all paths in life achieve their professional goals without compromising work or personal commitments. Students can study while they work with flexible course schedules and evening classes, and graduate in as few as 2.5 years.
Download an application form here.
Canadian Armed Forces Bursary
Anyone currently serving in the Canadian Forces or has served more than two years is eligible for a 25 percent tuition bursary.*
Anyone currently employed by Military Family Resource Centres is eligible for a 15 percent tuition bursary.
Children and spouses of all Canadian Forces members (listed above) are eligible for a 15% tuition bursary.**
These bursaries cannot be received in conjunction with any other bursaries offered by Yorkville University.
* Proof of active service or history of service is required.
**While common-law relationships and step-parenting relationships will be honoured, proof of spousal relationship will be required. Proof of family connections will be required for all recipients.
Download an application form here.
New Brunswick Provincial Government Employees Bursary Program
Employees of the following departments can receive a bursary of 30 percent of tuition costs when enrolled in Yorkville University’s Doctor of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Master of Education in Educational Leadership or Master of Education in Adult Education programs:
- New Brunswick Department of Education
- New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
- New Brunswick Department of Family and Community Services
Applicants must be employed by one of these departments at the time they apply, and must remain employed by one of these departments during the time of their studies. Students ending their employment with these departments will lose their eligibility for continuation of their bursary.
Please see bursary application here.
The Jacob Markovitz Memorial Scholarship
In memory of their father, Michael C. Markovitz, Ph.D., and Lawrence J. Markovitz, MD, established the Jacob Markovitz Memorial Scholarship Fund in 1987.
Throughout his life, Jacob Markovitz followed the biblical injunction of charity and showing kindness to strangers. We are delighted that funds are available at Yorkville University to carry on this good work. Throughout the years, these scholarships have supported many graduate students in the helping professions at a number of academic institutions.
The Jacob Markovitz Memorial Scholarship is a need-based scholarship that is available to new students entering their first trimester of study in the Master of Education, or the Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology program at Yorkville University.
The equivalent of one scholarship will be awarded in each master’s program in each academic trimester and will be the equivalent to one year of full tuition. The decision about the scholarship will be made at the beginning of the applicant’s second trimester; all applicants will be informed of the decision at that time.
All students with Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status in Canada who have submitted a complete application to a master’s program at Yorkville University are eligible to apply. Please note the following rules which must be followed in order to apply for a scholarship.
|Applications for the scholarship may be completed only after a completed application for admission to a master’s program at Yorkville University is submitted to the Admissions Committee of the relevant Faculty.|
|Applicants must apply at the beginning of their program for this scholarship. The scholarship is not available to current students.|
|To apply, complete and return this application form with a personal statement about your needs and your academic plans, and any supporting documents:|
Completed scholarship applications must be submitted no later than the second Sunday of courses in the applicant’s entering trimester. See the Academic Calendar for specific dates. All applicants will receive official notification of the committee’s decision by the end of their entering trimester.
If you are granted a scholarship:
|You are required to substantiate need by submitting a copy of the previous year’s Revenue Canada Tax Assessment.|
|You must maintain a 3.0 grade point average in each trimester of your first year in the program.|
|If you have been admitted conditionally, you must fulfill the specified conditions by the end of your entering trimester.|
|You must register as a full-time student in each trimester of your first year in the program.|
Scholarship funds will be applied towards your tuition fees beginning in the second trimester and will continue for future trimesters until the full value of your award has been applied. Scholarships will only be applied towards tuition and will not be disbursed in cash.
United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) Bursary
In honour of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), international students showing proof of US or Mexican citizenship will not be charged the international tuition fee. These students will pay the domestic tuition rate for Yorkville University programs.