Short answer: yes, you can.leesam wrote: ↑Nov 6th, 2017 5:57 pmi withdraw from second career program last year due to personal problem. and i am wondering if it is possible to go back to school again ? i want to go back to the same school and same program of study ? do i need to go through the same process ? my situation has not changed from last year. i mean i am still unemployed.
Longer answer: There are several issues that need to be considered. First, you will have to reapply - a full new application. Second, as part of the application you will have to include an explanation as to why you withdrew (yes, your ETC from that time will have known, but there is no guarantee that your new application will go to the same ETC, or that that ETC would remember all of the circumstances), and show that you are now fully ready to return and that the issues that caused you to withdraw are no longer a problem.
Third, as you're within two years of your withdrawal date, the money available to you will be less than $28,000 - the Ministry looks at how much was spent on you the first time around and deducts that from the $28,000. So you'll need to look very carefully at whether you can afford to return. Since you're looking at returning to the same program in the same training institution, can you return at the point where you withdrew, rather than restarting? That could save some money.
First step: go and see your employment counsellor to get things started, and good luck.