Scholarships and awards
The Foundation has begun to take an important change in direction in view of dedicating a large portion of its budget in fiscal 2018-2019 to financial aid and academic persistence scholarships. By taking this new direction, the Foundation wants to help Quebec’s promising hopefuls achieve success and give them a chance to have a prosperous career.
Excellence and social involvement are values that characterize the CPA profession. With this in mind, the Foundation has created specific scholarship programs to recognize and reward aspiring CPAs and professors who adopt these values.
COMMITTED FUTURE CPAs
FINANCIAL AID AND ACADEMIC PERSISTENCE
This scholarship program is intended for students who need financial aid to help them cover all costs involved in continuing their studies toward the CPA designation.
To find out all eligibility details and requirements for the Assistance towards success scholarship program, choose the situation that applies to you:
- I am a student registered in the Professional Education Program (PEP) delivered at universities accredited by the Ordre des comptables professionnels agréés du Québec (the Order) or the national program delivered by the Order;
- I am a student who is in the process of registering for the PEP.
This scholarship program is intended for candidates in the CPA profession, registered with the Ordre des comptables professionnels agréés du Québec and who are ranked on the Canadian Honour Roll at the Common Final Examination.
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NEXT GENERATION OF PROFESSORS
CRITERIA AND CONDITIONS THAT APPLY TO ALL PROGRAMS
Award committees comprised of 3 to 5 CPAs are responsible for evaluating the scholarship and aid applications received by the Foundation.The Foundation is responsible for ensuring compliance with the evaluation criteria, the rules in force and the ethical rules of use for each of the existing scholarship programs. The decisions of the Foundation are final and without appeal. There is no review process.
The Foundation reserves the right to change, without notice, the number and the amount of the scholarships, as well as the rules for each of its scholarship programs in force.