Economic assistance provided by unrelated third parties, typically government agencies. They may take the form of loans, loan guarantees, subsidies, tax allowances, contributions, or cost-sharing arrangements.
Assistance provided by employers and community organizations to help families pay for a portion of child care costs.
Assistance granted to students on the basis of assessed financial need. Forms of financial assistance include: government student loans and grants, bursaries, work study and UBC loans. Canadian federal and provincial grants, loans and work study programs are generally available only to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
Assistance may be obtained via many organisations, this assistance is designed to help you enrol into one of our courses. There are several government programs such as Austudy, Abstudy, and educational grants which can assist you, however you have to apply directly with the agencies to receive these benefits. Please refer to the Financial Assistance section of our website for further details.
Adjustments made for qualified responsible parties, based on financial assistance applications and established financial guidelines.
The total of funds awarded to a student in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study jobs intended to help meet a studentâ€(tm)s needs. These include federal and non-federal forms of assistance.
A range of services, both public and private, concentrated on providing financial assistance to needy persons.
The use of a company's own resources to provide financial assistance to enable others to buy its shares is generally prohibited and carries criminal penalties. The restriction is interpreted broadly and extreme care is needed to avoid the prohibited activities. Procedures and exemptions which permit financial assistance in limited conditions are set out in Chapter VI of Part V of the Companies Act 1985. Professional advice should be sought.
In law, financial assistance refers to assistance given by a company for the purchase of its own shares. In many jursdictions such assistance is prohibited by law,See for example section 151 of the Companies Act 1985 of the United Kingdom and such assistance will render the relevant transaction void.