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| REGISTERED EDUCATION SAVINGS PLAN | CERTIFIED INSTITUTIONS |
Filmmaking Diploma Program
About the Program
Tuition and Start Dates
- Second career
How to apply
- Canadian students
- U.S./International students
Pay & Refund
Student Loans and Grants
Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television is on the certified list through the government offering student loans and grants. The loans can be applied towards the full time programs as well as part time courses. To read more about student loans and grants if you qualify please click here.
Payment plan with Toronto Academy of Acting
For students who are accepted into the Academy’s program and wish to be put on a payment plan with the Academy please make sure you have contact the Academy as soon as you have heard you have been accepted to prepare the necessary paper work regarding a payment plan. This payment plan will be set out in your enrollment contract. Students will Be able to be put on a monthly plan.
For additional information once you have been accepted please contact the Academy at 416 536-8574 to speak to the Academy’s advisor.
Student Line of Credit
Most major banks in Canada offer lines of credit and other programs specifically for students.
Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television participates in several bank-sponsored academic student loan programs which are available to Canadian citizens and landed immigrants.
For any line of credit program, students typically must visit their local branch to apply.
Information on programs for students through major banking institutions:
Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)
The Registered Education Savings Program (RESP) is a program from the Government of Canada that helps Canadians save for a child’s post-secondary education. The diploma programs at Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television are eligible under the RESP.
Students with an RESP typically require a letter of acceptance from the Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television to have funds released to have funds released from the Bank to the Academy.
Employment Insurance Benefits
Students at the Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television who are Ontario residents may be eligible for funding hrough Employment Insurance (EI). The EI program provides temporary financial assistance to unemployed Canadians who have lost their job through no fault of their own, while they look for work or upgrade their skills. more information please visit Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television is "WSIB-approved provider" in accordance with WSIB standards.
List of Certified Institutions
The Master Certification List (MCL) tool provides dynamic, up-to-date information on certified educational institutions across Canada. Users can gain direct access to key information on certified educational institutions, including location and contact information. The purpose of certifying private educational institutions under Sections 118.5 and 118.6 of the Income Tax Act is to allow students, 16 years of age or older, to qualify for tuition and education tax & credits. Below students can type the name Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television by clicking on this link.