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Author(s):EKOS Research Associates
Title:Student Financial Survey: Baseline Results (2001)
Organization:Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
Short Description:This study is designed to capture the expenses and income of students on a monthly basis, in order to profile the financial circumstances of Canadian students and the adequacy of available funding.
Annotation:This study is designed to capture the expenses and income of students on a monthly basis, in order to profile the financial circumstances of Canadian students and the adequacy of available funding. This web-based Students’ Financial Survey will provide accurate, quantifiable results for the first time on such issues as incidence and level of parental assistance, as well as level of debt from outstanding bank loans, personal lines of credit and credit cards. The study will also yield up-to-date information on student earnings and types of expenses incurred.
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Financial Aid, Affordability, Tuition, and Costs
International Perspectives
Low-Income Students

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