Degree, Diploma, Certificate and Open Studies
Once you’ve decided NAIT is for you, it’s time to think about how you’re going to pay for your education.
Students enrolled in Degree, Diploma, Certificate or Open Studies programs may be eligible for these financial aid options.
Student aid is available to eligible students attending designated post-secondary programs. Students can apply for student aid prior to receiving program acceptance once student aid applications open. Application dates can be found by clicking on your province of residence indicated below.
On your application use the NAIT school code
- Federal: BVAI (Out-of-province students, please use this on your government funding application).
- Provincial: 2221 (Alberta students, please use this on your government funding application).
NAIT’s definition of a full-time student may not be the same as your loan provider. Please check your Loan provider’s website for their definition.
Student Aid Alberta
Applications for the 2017-2018 Academic Year are now available!
Apply for full-time funding if you are enrolled in at least 60 percent of a full-time course load or you are a student with a permanent disability and approved through Learning Services to study at a reduced course load of at least 40 percent
Apply for part-time funding if you are a part-time student if you are registered in less than 60 percent of a full course load.
Out of province students
Select your province or territory of residence to access the correct student loan application form.
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland & Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
Canada Student loans
Your Provincial Student loans may consist of both Provincial and National loans. To manage your Canada Student loans you can access the National Student Loans Service Centre.
Beginning November 1, the Government of Canada will ease the rules on its Repayment Assistance Plan by ensuring that no single borrower will be required to make any repayment until he or she is earning at least $25,000 per year. Please note that to be eligible for this you need to apply for the Repayment Assistance Plan.
If you are receiving financial support through a government sponsorship, please meet with an Academic Advisor at the Student Service Centre with the approved documentation prior to tuition deadline. For questions other than financial sponsorship, please contact NAIT’s International Centre.
Third Party Sponsorship
If your education is being funded by a sponsor other than Provincial Aid or Alberta Works, you will need to follow the Sponsored Students process as noted under NAIT Payment Methods.
Canada Job Grant
Your employer or potential employer can apply for the Canada Job Grant to provide training to upgrade your skills or help you develop new skills. Learn more.
Coal and Electricity Transition Tuition Voucher
If you worked in the coal-fired electricity industry and were laid off due to the phase out, you may be eligible for the Coal and Electricity Transition Tuition Voucher program. Learn More
If you have a voucher and wish to attend NAIT, please book an appointment with an Advisor in the Student Service Centre (CAT180) to discuss the process.
For more options, please review additional funding.