NADC Nurse Practitioner Bursary
The Nurse Practitioner Bursary is a return service bursary of $9,000 or $18,000 per year for up to 3 years. It is an incentive to encourage nurse practitioners to practice in northern Alberta upon graduation.
The Nurse Practitioner Bursary is non-repayable if you agree to live and work in the north. Your return service is one year of full time employment in your field of studies for each year of bursary support received.
You may receive a Nurse Practitioner Bursary if you:
- Have been a resident of Alberta for 12 consecutive months before the start of your program
- Are enrolled in a full-time Nurse Practitioner program designated for provincial funding
- Plan to live and work in northern Alberta upon completion of your program and sign a return service contract
- Are not in default of a provincial student loan
Return Service Commitment
Selected recipients sign a return service contract with Alberta Advanced Education.
The $9,000 option: live and work anywhere in northern Alberta
If you are eligible for this bursary, you will receive $9,000 per year. Upon completion of your program, you agree to work and live anywhere in northern Alberta (one year for each $9,000 bursary).
The $18,000 option: live and work in a specific region or community in northern Alberta
Using the Bursary Partnership Application completed by you and your sponsor, you may receive $18,000 per year ($9,000 per year from the NADC and another $9,000 per year from the sponsor). Upon completion of your program, you agree to live and work in the area specified by your sponsor (one year for each $18,000 bursary).
The Nurse Practitioner Association of Alberta is not affiliated with the Northern Alberta Development Council. This information was obtained from the NADC website on February 13, 2018.