Government Student Loans are an excellent source of funding for Canadian and Permanent Resident UBC MM students. Students do not make principal or interest payments until six months after MM studies are completed. Additionally, student loans are granted without proof of strong credit ratings, secure employment and assets.
Students do not have to prove themselves in these areas, as is normally required for bank loans. To best understand government student loans and ensure you apply through the correct program, it is important to work with your UBC Enrolment Services Professional.
Please note that government student loans were designed primarily for undergraduate studies. Therefore, the maximum amount of funds provided by a government student loan will not be enough to cover UBC MM tuition. Government student loans should only constitute part of an MM student's financing plan