This online financial aid calculator is designed to provide estimated bursary financial assistance for current and/or prospective Canadian (citizens and permanent residents) undergraduate students entering or in the UBC Juris Doctor (JD) Program at the Peter A. Allard School of Law. For information on eligibility and how to apply please visit http://www.allard.ubc.ca/admissions/jd-admissions/funding-your-studies/ubc-bursary-program.
Please be advised that:
- You must meet all UBC Bursary eligibilities and apply to the UBC Bursary Program during the bursary application period to be considered for bursary support.
- The bursary estimate is based on students receiving full-year Canada Student Loan during study period.
- These are estimates only and are as accurate as the data provided.
- UBC Bursary applications are subject to audit.
- Special characters will not be accepted.
Please note: Only students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada are eligible to apply for this bursary.
- Have been out of secondary school for more than 48 months (4 years)
- Have spent two periods of 12 consecutive months each, in the full-time labour force while not concurrently being a full-time student receiving funding through the Canada Student Loans Program
- Are married students, or are separated, divorced, widowed, a parent, or a single-parent student
- Have cohabited with a person, in a marriaged-like relationship, for a period of at least 12 consecutive months
- "Single" status includes Divorced, Separated, Widowed.
- "Living At Home" is defined as living with your parent(s)/step-parent/sponsor/legal guardian or living in a home owned or rented by them
I, understand that the financial aid calculator provides me with an estimate only and that my actual financial aid package may significantly differ from these estimates.