The European Institute of Esthetics is a Post Secondary Institution accredited by Alberta Advanced Education as a Private Career College.
The following licensed programs qualify for Student Aid Funding:
What you'll need for your Student Aid application:
Alberta Student Number & High School Transcript.
SIN # (for you and your spouse, if applicable)
Line 150 from 2017 Notice of Assessment (for you and your spouse, if applicable)
If you have had student loans before, you'll need your login information for your SIAMS or My Alberta Digital ID account.
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The European Institute of Esthetics offers payment plan options for all programs. Payment plans are interest free.
Full Program Payment Plan
If you are registering in a full program and require a payment plan, please contact our Student Advisor Team.
Modular Payment Plans
If you are registering for courses exceeding $2,000 you are eligible for a payment plan. A deposit of 60% is due at registration. The remaining balance will be split into two equal monthly payments. Full payment is required to participate in practical training. Students must provide a valid credit card. If a payment is declined, you will lose access to the course until the required
payment is made.
Whether you need financing for one course or an entire program, we can help!
We partner with iFinance Canada to offer you competitive rates, starting as low as 7.9%!
Canada-Alberta Job Grant
The Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG) is an employer driven training program, where employers and government share the cost of training new and existing employees to increase knowledge and skill-sets to meet the needs of Alberta's changing economy.
How the Canada-Alberta Job Grant Can Work for You
By supporting and investing in employee training, the CAJG helps you to increase productivity, employee skills, and employee retention. The CAJG can be applied to many training institutions, offering employers potential solutions to their workplace challenges.
The CAJG is an employer-driven training program. As an employer, you decide who gets training and what type of training may be needed for new and existing employees.
Employers will cover a minimum of one third of direct training costs, while the government covers two thirds, up to a maximum of $10,000 per trainee. If hiring and training an unemployed Albertan, up to 100% of training costs could be covered to a maximum of $15,000 per trainee.
How much Canada-Alberta Job Grant funding can an employer receive?
Eligible employers will have a cap on the amount of grant funding they can receive annually ($300,000) to ensure that funding will be available for as many Alberta employers as possible.
The Canada Job Grant is available through many different provincial governments. Each program is specific to your province of residence or employment. To find out more about your specific province's application eligibility or requirements, please follow the links below.