The MMPA program enables students to earn money that can be put towards their tuition fees. They can earn up to $15,000 in scholarships, and up to $15,000 per paid co-op work term.
Scotiabank and the University of Toronto have proposed a ScotiaLine for University of Toronto students enrolled in a professional program. Students in the MMPA Program will be eligible to borrow, at prime plus 1/2%, a maximum of $100,000 during the 27 Month Program with payment of interest only during the Program
Students interested in the Scotialine should contact Georgios Stathopoulos (firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-866-3940, extension 4209) at the bank’s Queen and McCaul Branch to set up an appointment.
MMPA students are eligible to apply for teaching assistant and research assistant positions for which they are qualified throughout the university. Interested students should monitor U of T job postings for available positions. Students should also bear in mind the significant time requirements of the MMPA program and limit their involvement in teaching and/or research assistant work accordingly.
All employment opportunities for the MMPA program within the Institute for Management & Innovation are posted on the IMI Employment Opportunity page.
Work on campus with a University of Toronto Mississauga department and gain additional experience during your studies. Find available jobs on campus on the Career Learning Network.
MMPA students may be eligible for the Canada Student Loan Program and/or the provincial government loan program available in their home province. For program details and eligibility criteria, please visit the relevant website below:
- Canada Student Loans
- Newfoundland Student Aid
- Nova Scotia Student Loans
- PEI Student Loan Program
- New Brunswick Student Aid
- Quebec Loans (English)
- Quebec Loans (Francais)
- Ontario OSAP
- Manitoba Financial Aid
- Saskatchewan Loans
- Alberta Loan Programs
- British Columbia Student Financial Aid
- Yukon Financial Aid
- NWT Financial Assistance
- Nunavut Student Loans