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resourceful student seeking financial assistance has a number of avenues to
explore. Here are some possible sources of student assistance however we
encourage you to call the Financial
Aid Department to discuss all your options.
and other sources:
Many organizations or corporations have scholarships, bursaries and grants
available to post secondary students available to students attending a
private career college. Check with your employer or your parentsí
employers to see if they have any scholarships or bursaries available.
Student loans may be available from banks, credit unions, and other financial
institutions. As well, most students supplement their loans with prior
savings and earnings from summer employment.
regarding cancellation of this Enrolment Contract and refunds of fees paid,
see sections 25 to 33 of O. Reg. 415/06 made under the Private Career
Colleges Act, 2005.
Student Government Loans:
enrolled in the Shiatsu Therapy Diploma Program may be eligible, if
qualified, for assistance under one or more of the following components of
the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP):
The Canada Student
Loans Program (CSL)
Ontario Student Loans Plan (OSL)
Student Government Grants:
Career Strategies Program
application forms are available online through the Government financial aid
Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
Additional information can be
found on this website:
Apply early for prompt
processing. Applications not submitted by June will be delayed for
September enrollment and may cause additional late fees as a result.
Since many of SSCís students and
graduates benefit from government loans, grants, and bursaries, the SSC
strongly reminds everyone that they have a responsibility to repay their
loans and meet their commitments. The viability of loan programs in many
provinces, states, and countries rests upon the appreciation that everyone
gains when financial commitments are honoured.
you are not a resident of Ontario, inquire about the student assistance
program in your home province.
SSC welcomes international students. International students interested
in enrolling at the Shiatsu School of Canada must follow the same
requirements listed under Admission Requirements,
beginning with the application process.
Interviews may be performed over the telephone and other arrangements may be
made, as required, to meet the unique situations of students living in other
(Please note that all funds quoted are in Canadian dollars.)
Help or Advice?
If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact:
Sarah Calder, Financial
Monday to Friday at: (416) 323-1818 ext.23 or
Toll-free 1-800-263-1703 ext.23 (Canada & U.S. only)
Admissions Department can
assist individuals wishing to learn more about the program, schedules
options, tuition and payment options, student visa processes, housing and
more. To contact the Admissions Department directly, please call:
Monday to Friday at: (416) 323-1818 ext.22
Toll-free 1-800-263-1703 ext.22 (Canada & U.S. only)
Fax (416) 323-1681
interested individuals arrange a time to come in for a free information
session or sit in a class or two to experience the learning environment. Feel
free to contact Enza Ierullo
at the number listed above for full details.
STANDARD REPORTING FORM FOR PERFORMANCE
Shiatsu Therapy Diploma Program:
Graduate Employment Rate 100.0%
Graduation Rate 62.5%
Default Rate 0% (2013)
This is a list of the most current information on graduate placement
(employment) rates, graduation rates, and OSAP student loan default rates for
former students who attended these programs at this institution. These
programs are offered every September.
Default Rates were calculated by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and
2013 Default Rate = 0%*
* Number of Ontario student loans issued was less than 5, default
information has not been shown.
Employment Rates and Graduation Rates were calculated by the Ministry of
Training Colleges and Universities.
Graduate Placement Rate = 100%
# of 2013 graduates employed 6 months after graduation
# of 2013 graduates employed or unemployed 6
months after graduation.
Graduation Rate = 62.5%
# of graduates in 2013
# of entrants who were scheduled to graduate in 2013