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You can apply for Financial Aid of up to $15,000

Updated: Aug 28, 2023


Razaq Kazeem @.Kazeem.R / 2:00 PM EDT. March 14, 2023.



BusyQA, a leading full stack technology consulting and training company is pleased to announce a partnership with Windmill Microlending, a registered charity serving newcomers to Canada since 2005. The affordable low interest microloans will help BusyQA student achieve career success in Canada.


Windmill Microlending is a Canadian charity serving immigrants and refugees to Canada since 2005. Windmill offers affordable career loans of up to $15,000 to help skilled immigrants and refugees pay for the costs of education and training programs, credentials, licensing, professional development courses, cost of living while you study and more, to reach your career goals.



At BusyQA, we welcome students looking for an affordable yet effective way to upgrade their digital skills. We do this by providing training but more important a valuable work experience that will allow our students succeed in the job market. However, with the onset of Covid and a rising cost of living, we are aware that it is a challenge for many of our students to afford to pay for their Tuition fees. Click here to read more.



HOW CAN A WINDMILL LOAN BE USED?

  • Education and training programs (two years or less)

  • Licensing and qualifying exams fees

  • Living allowance during study time

  • Travel expenses to take courses or exams not available in your area

  • Credential assessment (CES, WES, ICAS, IQAS or MIFI)

  • Professional association fees

  • Books, course materials and work equipment

  • English or French language training

  • Relocation costs for employment

  • Other costs related to your career may be considered


WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR A WINDMILL LOAN?

  • Immigrants who are internationally educated and/or have a minimum of one year of post-secondary work experience before coming to Canada.

  • Must be living in Canada on a permanent status (permanent residents, Canadian citizens, protected persons, convention refugees and provincial nominees).

  • Intend to work in the same field they trained in outside of Canada or to apply their transferable skills to a new career or field.


Join the Financial Aid Q&A Session


“I knew we had to do something to help with affordability. Partnering with Windmill Microlending will bring a much relief to our students many of whom quality for the aid. It is a happy day for us all at BusyQA” says Tye Alli CEO of BusyQA.


Wendy Blushke of Windmill Microlending and Tye will be hosting a Zoom Q&A session on March 29, 2pm ET to answer questions you have about the application process.




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