How long can you afford to put off what you really want?
More and more Canadians are choosing higher education to start new careers and reinvent themselves. Whether you’ve been considering a new career in recent times or COVID-19 has prompted you to reconsider your career direction, we’re here to help you get started on the path to your new career. Eastern College has launched a new COVID Emergency Relief Bursary which provides tuition reduction of up to $1,500 based on the length of your program*. Additional government financial assistance may also be available to those who qualify. And, as always, at Eastern College we’ll guide you through every step of the enrollment process, allowing you to focus on what’s important…taking control of your future.
Now is the time to take that step toward a new career!
We’ve helped thousands of students get on the path to their new career and we can help you. Learn more about what makes Eastern College the right choice below.
*These bursaries are available across all of our campuses for diploma programs greater than 25 weeks and starting before Apr 30, 2021. Bursary amount is based on the duration of the program, must be applied at the time of enrollment, and cannot be combined with any other bursary or program discount. The bursary does not apply to students who received reduced tuition fees, such as advanced standing, and the bursary is pro-rated if the student chooses to withdraw from the program.
There is still more to discover, even though I am considered middle-aged. I think in choosing this program, in choosing to study rather than finding work, for me I feel good with this decision. In any decision you make, you have to really feel good about it so even if you fail, you know you’re going to try to overcome it rather than fail at that decision. You’ll do all the things you can, because you chose that decision happily. This wasn’t made for me, I won’t just give up and do something else.