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Financial Assistance - Bursary Program

Vital Financial Aid for Aspiring Circus Artists

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residencesThe National Circus School is proud to offer now complete housing services. With direct access to the main building, the dormitories will provide a practical and secure housing option. The residences' bedrooms and living spaces are of new construction with a contemporary concept of exceptional quality. The 12 spacious bedrooms can accommodate 2-to-3 students. Each includes a private bathroomwith a shower. Two separate therapeutic bathsmay be accessed upon reservation. The dormitories and integrated services will mean that minor students coming from outside the city may devote themselves more fully to academic studies at the School.

Housing Services in the Dormitories
• Basic housing, 5-to-7 nights per week. The 5-nights-per-week format extends from Sunday evening at 7 p.m. ending on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
• Complete and balanced meals
• Supervised study period and tutoring services upon request
• Library, animation and cultural outings
• Access to shared computers
• Wireless Internet Control service for personal computers
• Roommates selected according to age, sex and compatibility

Fees include all services, except those for cultural outings, and are not taxable:

Canadian Students

Days per Week Circus and High School Studies Higher Education Program
5 days $6,950.00 $7,400.00
7 days $9,200.00 $9,950.00

Foreign Students

Days per Week Circus and High School Studies Higher Education Program
5 days $8,375.00 $8,875.00
7 days $11,000.00 $12,000.00

* Fees are subject to change.



The school year begins on August 11, 2014 and ends on June 23, 2015. During the school holidays that fall in the months of October, December, February and April, the dormitories are normally closed. However, lodging with a host family may be arranged by the School if necessary during these periods.

Aditionnal Information
Revenu Québec offers a tax credit that may be as much as 75% of secondary housing costs to eligible parents who request it. Through a scholarship program, the National Circus School Foundation assists students who lack sufficient financial resources. More information

To register
Complete part 7 of the Entrance Examination Application Form. It is recommended that requests for dormitory housing bemade at the time of registration for the Entrance Examination. A final agreement with parents will be undertaken with parents following ameeting with the Director of the Studies. Formore information: Catherine Boisclair-Proulx, Studies Organisation and Student services technician| 514 982-0859 ou 1 800 267-0859 ext 224|cboisclairproulx@enc.qc.ca