Government Aid

Government Aid

Government financial aid is available to all Canadian Students. You must apply with the Ministry of Education of your own province/territory.  You will find below the link for each province.  Once you click on your province of residency, you will be able to find your on-line application.  You must submit your application early Spring or Summer to make sure your file is ready for the Fall term.   You will find all information regarding financial aid on one of these links.

See also the Student Financial Assistance section of Employment and Social Development Canada, the Canadian source for information and tools designed to help you save, plan, and pay for post-secondary education.

Aide financière aux études – Quebec application CODES

Bishop’s University code  981000


Business Administration  15100
(Accounting, Administration, Business, Management and Marketing)

Fine Arts   10600

Drama and Fine Arts

Humanities  16000
(Classical Studies, English, French Literature & Civilization, History, Languages, Philosophy and Religion)

Music  10300

Preschool & Elementary/ Secondary Education  11200

Natural Sciences  20000
(Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics)

Social Sciences  16100
(Economics, Geography, Political Studies, Psychology and Sociology)

Québec Perspective Scholarship / Bourses Perspective Québec

Starting in the Fall 2022 semester, Quebec residents enrolled in specific post-secondary programs can apply for the Quebec Perspective Scholarship. This funding program is intended to foster employment growth in several critical professions.

Students in the relevant programs are eligible for $2,500 per successful full-time semester of study for a maximum of $15,000 for a three-year program, and $20,000 for a four-year program.

Eligible students must re-apply at the end of each successfully completed semester. Bursaries will be paid after the successful completion of the term once confirmed by the University with the Ministry.

To apply (from : January 18, 2023 to March 1, 2023):

For eligibility requirements, and to know which programs are eligible for the Quebec Perspective Scholarship visit:

À partir du semestre d’automne 2022, les résidents du Québec inscrits dans des programmes postsecondaires spécifiques peuvent demander la bourse d’études Perspective Québec. Ce programme de financement vise à favoriser la croissance de l’emploi dans plusieurs professions critiques.

Les étudiants des programmes concernés ont droit à 2 500 $ par semestre d’études à temps plein réussi, pour un maximum de 15 000 $ pour un programme de trois ans, et de 20 000 $ pour un programme de quatre ans.

Les étudiants admissibles doivent présenter une nouvelle demande à la fin de chaque semestre d’études réussi. Les bourses seront versées après la réussite du semestre, une fois que l’université aura confirmé leur attribution auprès du ministère.

Pour faire une demande (entre le 18 janvier 2023 et le 1er mars 2023) :

Pour connaître les conditions d’admissibilité et savoir quels programmes sont admissibles à la bourse d’études Perspective Québec, visitez le site :