What students don’t know about scholarships

For students pursuing university, the question of how to pay for it weighs heavily. Most students know that student loan debt is a huge problem. The average Canadian student graduates with over $26,000 in debt after a four-year program. Scholarships, bursaries, and grants are all great alternatives to funding your post-secondary education. However, there’s much that students don't know about scholarships that could help them graduate debt-free.  Millions of dollars in scholarships go unclaimed every year The first fact students don't know about scholarships is the sheer amount available. Current estimates say that millions of dollars in scholarships don’t get in the hands of students.…

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