All students (domestic and international) paying Osgoode tuition, with the exception of National Committee on Accreditation students may apply for a bursary. To be eligible, students must:
Apply for student government funding – students who are denied funding are still eligible for an Osgoode bursary, provided documentation relating to the denial is submitted and explained.
Apply for a professional student line of credit – students are responsible to put in place, and extend if necessary, a professional student line of credit to maximize their resources. Students may apply to any financial institution, however if they are denied by their first choice, we require a second application to RBC, TD or Scotiabank. This is because these two banks offer favourable funding packages to students enrolled in eligible professional programs. Students who are denied a line of credit are still eligible for a bursary, provided documentation relating to the denial is submitted.
Provide necessary and complete documentation to support the information in the online application.
Submit the online application and supporting documentation by the deadline.
If you can get a line of credit, you can not get bursaries. Many candidates might not be able to get bursaries just for this reason.