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Research all grants, bursaries and scholarships. Look into grants at work—your full or part-time job. Perhaps your parents work for a company that offers grants and bursaries. Google grants and bursaries in Canada and be specific. For example, look into grants specifically for women—if you are a woman.

Plan ahead and budget your year—especially if you get OSAP. Divide your finances into months and save money during the summer while you are working.

Each year is approximately $10,000(if you live at home), so try and make as much as you can during the summer and at the end of the summer—if you need to borrow OSAP, only borrow the balance.

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