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ADMISSIONS

Toronto Film School is a school within RCC Institute of Technology. The Admissions Office at RCC is dedicated to providing support in navigating the admissions process. In keeping with RCC’s core value of providing individual attention to students, prospective students going through this process can expect to receive personalized assistance.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Canadian Forces Bursary

Toronto Film School honours Canadian Forces members for their service to our country. We are pleased to offer a 25% tuition bursary for all programs to members of the Canadian Forces who are currently serving or recently retired.

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Canadian Forces Family Bursary

Toronto Film School honours families of members and recently retired members of the Canadian Force. We offer a 15% tuition bursary for all programs to spouses and children of currently serving and recently retired members of the Canadian Forces.

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Students at the Toronto Film School at RCC Institute of Technology have a variety of options open to them when it comes to financing their education.

 

Financing Options and Programs:


Canada Student Loans and Grants Program

The Government of Canada offers students financial assistance in the form of both loans and grants to make it easier to earn a post-secondary degree or diploma.

Grants do not need to be repaid, while loans are typically interest-free during the education period and then repaid after students finish their post-secondary program. The Grants program offers funding for students who demonstrate specific needs (e.g. students from low- or middle-income families, students with disabilities, students with dependents and part-time students).

Students from most provinces and territories are eligible for these programs (some provinces and territories offer their own, comparable programs).

 

Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)


The Government of Canada offers students financial assistance in the form of both loans and grants to make it easier to earn a post-secondary degree or diploma.

Grants do not need to be repaid, while loans are typically interest-free during the education period and then repaid after students finish their post-secondary program. The Grants program offers funding for students who demonstrate specific needs (e.g. students from low- or middle-income families, students with disabilities, students with dependents and part-time students).

Students from most provinces and territories are eligible for these programs (some provinces and territories offer their own, comparable programs).

  • Canada student grants and loans program

 

Student lines of credit through Canadian banks


The Government of Canada offers students financial assistance in the form of both loans and grants to make it easier to earn a post-secondary degree or diploma.

Grants do not need to be repaid, while loans are typically interest-free during the education period and then repaid after students finish their post-secondary program. The Grants program offers funding for students who demonstrate specific needs (e.g. students from low- or middle-income families, students with disabilities, students with dependents and part-time students).

Students from most provinces and territories are eligible for these programs (some provinces and territories offer their own, comparable programs).

The following is an example of a TD Bank student line of credit:

Amount available: maximum available is $10,000 per year for a maximum of four years ($40,000).

Amount available Maximum available is $10,000 per year for a maximum of four years ($40,000).
Cost The interest rate is prime plus 1% set monthly.
Repayment An interest-only repayment begins while a student is in school and continues for 12 months after graduation. After that students begin monthly principal plus interest payments that will repay their loans in up to 20 years.

The Registered Education Savings Program (RESP) is a program from the Government of Canada that helps Canadians save for a child’s post-secondary education. Both degree and diploma programs at Toronto Film School are eligible under the RESP.

Students with an RESP typically require a letter of acceptance from their faculty to have funds released for their use.

 

 

Lifelong Learning Program (LLP)


The Government of Canada’s Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows Canadians to withdraw up to $10,000 in a calendar year from their registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs) to finance a full-time training or education program for themselves or a spouse or common-law partner. (Canadians may not use the LLP to finance the training or education of their own children, or those of their spouse or common-law partner).

Students who meet the LLP conditions every year may withdraw up to the maximum LLP RRSP amount until January of the fourth year after the year they make their first LLP withdrawal. The maximum amount that can be borrowed from an RRSP under this program is $20,000 in total.

 

 

Employment Insurance


Students at the Toronto Film School who are Ontario residents may be eligible for funding for RCC post-graduate diploma programs through Employment Insurance (EI). The EI program provides temporary financial assistance to unemployed Canadians who have lost their job through no fault of their own, while they look for work or upgrade their skills. Students who are on EI or have recently been receiving it may be eligible. For more information please visit Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

Payment of Accounts

Please note that students must make arrangements for the payment of tuition at least two weeks prior to the start of each term (see the academic calendar for specific deadlines). Monthly payment plans are also possible.

Please contact RCC for more information about tuition and fees at 1-866-467-0661 or through our online information request form.