Assistance towards success scholarships

Bourses d'accompagnement vers la réussite


Date to remember
April 10, 2024, 4:00 p.m.

Next competition: September 2024
(launch: July 2024)

Application form

Period ended

Call for applications

Eligibility requirements

You must pursue the objective of becoming a chartered professional accountant and meet the following conditions by the deadline for filing the electronic form, i.e. April 10, 2024:

be enrolled in one of the following programs:


be following the equivalence process in view of obtaining the equivalent of a recognized bachelor’s degree so that they are eligible to register for the Professional Education Program (PEP).
More specifically, students in this situation need to:
  • have already obtained the list of qualifying courses approved by the Order;
  • have begun some of the qualifying courses and maintained a grade point average of at least 2.8/4.3 or registered for them.

  • demonstrate that you need financial aid to help you cover all costs involved in continuing your studies toward the CPA designation;
  • be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident;
  • meet all other criteria deemed relevant by the Foundation.

Applications will be automatically rejected if these requirements are not met.

You may apply for every competition in this scholarship program if you meet all of the eligibility requirements. The Foundation seeks to give everyone an equal to chance to become a CPA and assist certain students throughout the entire process, if need be.

Evaluation criteria and required documents

Each application will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

Financial information

You must attach the following supporting documentation at the appropriate place in the application form:

  • duly completed income and expense table;
  • proofs of debt.

Note: Supporting documentation for current expenses is not required (rent, electricity, telephone, etc.)., you may include any other information or proof which they consider relevant.

Personal, financial situation and family status

In the application form, you must describe with details the various life factors or events that affect your current financial situation.

The Selection committee reserves the right to take off points for poorly written files or files that have several spelling errors. It also expects quality files, which clearly demonstrate financial need. The consistency of the provided information is also an important factor.

Potential for studies toward the CPA designation

You must attach the following at the appropriate place in the application form:

  • a transcript or any other document that meets the requirements as specified in the form;
  • a document overview of your academic path, your professional profile, awards or other scholarships you have received.
Other required document

Proof of Canadian citizenship or permanent residency (e.g. a birth certificate is acceptable for individuals born in Canada) is required.

Results and method of payment

The results will be sent by email to applicants. For recipients, the payment will be made after July 1st, 2024 when the results has been approved by the Board of directors. It should be noted that the scholarship is taxable.

In the event that the scholarship is to be paid upon the fulfillment of certain conditions and those conditions are not met by the given deadlines, the scholarship will be automatically cancelled and no payment will be made.

Important information that applies to all scholarship programs

  • All incomplete or late files will be automatically rejected. The Foundation will not follow up with you if your file is rejected for these reasons.
  • 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.