$600 (New Grad – Group Price)
$1200 (IENs, 2nd attempt, 3rd attempt & NCLEX test re-takers)


$1999 (28 weeks)  early bird price

PSW Bridging

$1500 (12 weeks) early bird price


Financial Assistance

A wide range of financial support is available to assist students with educational expenses so that they can pursue their academic goals.

Students may also qualify for third Party funding through the following sources:


Employment and Social Services (Les services sociaux et d’emploi de Toronto) provides employment supports, financial benefits and social supports to people living in Toronto. Our Employment Centres are open to all Toronto residents, and our staff provide a range of services including helping people with:

  • finding a job or the training they need to find work,
    • accessing financial benefits available through the Ontario Works program, and
    • connecting to health, housing, childcare and other social services.


Second Career Strategies (SCS)

The Second Career Strategy will help recently laid-off workers who require long-term skills training to find work in high-skill occupations that are in demand in the local labour market.
The strategy provides financial assistance based on individual need to help people with some of the costs associated with acquiring training, including tuition and books.
For more information and applications, visit S.C.S online at https://osap.gov.on.ca

Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB)

Labour Market Re-entry is a program designed to help people re-enter the labour market when WSIB determines that it is unlikely they will return to their place of work due to an on-the job accident. The Labour Market Re-entry Plan will be designed to provide the worker with the skills, knowledge, and abilities needed to successfully gain employment such as academic upgrading programs to improve basic academic skills and skills training programs to improve existing job skills and/or teach new skills

For more information visit WSIB online at www.wsib.on.ca/wsib/wsibsite.nsf/public/homepage

Skills Development

Skills Developments is an employment program of Human Resources and Social Development Canada that provides financial assistance to eligible individuals to help them obtain the skills training they need to obtain employment. With the financial assistance provided by Skills Development, individuals arrange and pay for their own training.

For more information visit Skills Development online at


Student Line of Credit

Many banks offer a Student Line of Credit that provides funding at a lower interest rate then most credit cards. A Student Line of Credit is a personal loan to the student to assist with expenses with associated with postsecondary programs of study.

To further explore Student Lines of Credit, visit the various banking website listed below or speak with a banking representative at your local branch.

• TD Canada Trust

• Bank of Montreal

• Scotiabank

• RBC – Royal Bank