Financial Aid Options

CNTAA will work with each potential student to choose the best payment option.

Interest-Free Payment Plans: all students are eligible for our in-house financing. This allows you to break down your tuition payments monthly on basis of course for the length of your program with zero interest for more information ask for one of our registrars.

Student Loans and Lines of Credit: Financial institutions offer loans or lines of credit for students enrolled in full-time programs. For more information, visit your financial institution for a list of their financial aid and criteria Cntaa supports government-funded programs, other funding organizations, or in-house financing through monthly tuition payments. We are not OSAP-funded. Tuition fees are tax-deductible.


The following information was taken from each individual financial institution’s website. We cannot guarantee that it is the most recent information they have posted.

Second Career – Are you Laid Off? Looking for a new career?

You may be eligible for funding for your esthetics education at National Institute of Esthetics, through the Ontario government’s Second Career program:

  • Train for a new career
  •  Find out what is needed in the job market
  •  Learn about careers that build on your skills
  •  Get financial support

If you are an unemployed worker who has been laid-off and you are interested in training for your next career, you may be eligible for government funding for your esthetics education. The Second Career initiative helps unemployed workers who commit to a long-term training plan make the transition to new careers in growing areas of the economy.

Student Awards, Scholarships and Grants

There are many awards, scholarships and grants available – visit this website to see if you qualify:

Employment Ontario: Second Careers is a government funded program which allows eligible candidates to go back to school on a grant. To find out more details and to determine if you can qualify, please visit or or call 1-800-387-5656. Alternatively, Lifelong Learning Program: The Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows you to withdraw amounts from your RRSPs to finance full-time training or education for you or your spouse or common-law partner (some restrictions apply). For more information please visit


Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB): this program assists eligible candidates with rehabilitation, retraining and educational upgrading. Please visit to see if you qualify.

External Scholarships: Many organizations provide grants and scholarships. Please speak to your admission representative at International Beauty Institute to see a current list of scholarships.

Aboriginal/First Nations: Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) has twofunding programs that provide financial assistance for eligible Indian Status and Inuit students. For more information visit


Please contact CNTAA for additional information at 4165128900