Scholarships and Aid
During this period of uncertainty, the university recognizes that many people are struggling in ways they could not have anticipated. We remain committed to providing as much support as possible to our learners to ensure that they continue to gain skills, competencies, and experience as they navigate the complexities of today’s uncertain economy.
Below is a list of the scholarships and financing options available at Northeastern in Vancouver:
This scholarship was established to support the next generation of inclusive tech leaders, help them grow in their career in AI and other transformational technologies, and empower them to build a more equitable society.
Valued at $100,000 CAD, the scholarship will be awarded to up to 20 students starting their Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science this Fall, September 2020, at Northeastern in Vancouver, BC. Learn More
Pathway to Tech Scholarship
This scholarship was established to support and assist learners without a computer science background, and provide them with a pathway to a career in tech.
Valued at over $100,000 CAD, the scholarship will be awarded to up to 20 students starting their Align Master of Science in Computer Science in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Double Husky Scholarship
The Double Husky Scholarship is helping Northeastern alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of up to 25 percent on more than 100 eligible degree programs. As an alumnus or alumna of Northeastern, you are automatically considered for the scholarship when you apply to one of the eligible graduate degree programs. Learn more.
Tuition and fees are set on an annual basis by Northeastern University’s Board of Trustees. For the current estimated cost of your program of choice, please refer to the individual program pages on this site: Financial aid is available.
Canada Financial Aid
Government Student Loans and Grants
You may be eligible for Government assistance in the form of a repayable student loan. Eligibility is determined by the Provincial and Federal Government through standardized criteria.
To be assessed for government assistance you must apply direction to the assistance provider in your home province. With a single application you are evaluated for both Provincial and Federal loan eligibility.
Canadian Student Loans – If you apply for a loan you are responsible for understanding how your province’s loan program works.
Information on student loans and scholarships for Indigenous learners can be found here.
Information on awards for persons with accessibility requirements can be found here.