30 SCHOLARSHIPS OF $1,500
Call for applications
Applicants must meet the following conditions by the deadline for filing the electronic form, i.e. April 7, 2022:
- be registered in one of the bachelor's degree program recognized by the Order and have completed at least 30 credits while maintaining grade point average of 2.8/4.3 or higher;
- be following the course equivalence process in view of obtaining equivalence of a recognized undergraduate degree (see the important details in the box below);
- not having completed the bachelor's degree program recognized by the Order or the equivalent;
- pursue the objective of becoming a chartered professional accountant;
- have been involved as a volunteer in social and extracurricular activities while they studied in the recognized bachelor degree program or the equivalent;
- fill out the scholarship application form online and provide their application file by email to the Foundation by the deadline;
- state that they have never received an undergraduate scholarship from the Foundation of Quebec CPAs;
- be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
- fulfill all other criteria deemed relevant by the Foundation.
- have the list of qualifying courses approved by the Order;
- have completed at least five courses on that list while maintaining a grade point average of 2.8/4.3 or higher.
Applications are evaluated based on the following criteria. Click on each of the criteria to find out the details.
Applicants must provide a current transcript (official or unofficial) of courses, in a PDF file, confirming that they have earned at least 30 credits in one of the bachelor's degree programs recognized by the Order while maintaining a grade point average of 2.8/4.3 or higher.
Applicants following the course equivalence process must provide the Foundation with:
- the list of qualifying courses approved by the Order, in a PDF file, while ensuring that they meet the requirements stipulated in the "Applicants following the course equivalence process" box (see above);
- a transcript (official or unofficial), in a PDF file, confirming that they have completed at least five qualifying courses while maintaining a grade point average of 2.8/4.3 or higher.
In all case, an unofficial transcript printed from an Internet file will be accepted provided it includes the following information:
- the applicant's name;
- the program's and university's name;
- the grade point average and the number of credits earned only for the courses in the recognized bachelor’s degree program or for the completed qualifying courses. If applicants are unable to meet this requirement, they must include with their transcript a document from their university that provides the required information about the recognized bachelor’s degree program or the qualifying courses;
- the Internet URL. If the URL link does not print, applicants must attach a screenshot of their online file to the transcript.
- their work/study balance (entrepreneurial work (students running their own business) may be considered with or without work/study balance);
- their social and extracurricular activities (i.e. charitable/volunteer activities).
Only involvement in activities carried out while applicants studied in the recognized bachelor's degree program or the equivalent will be considered.
The Selection committee reserves the right to take off points for poorly written files that have several spelling errors or whose presentation is lacking.
Applicants must include proof of Canadian citizenship or permanent residency in their application file. Applicants born in Quebec may submit a birth certificate issued by the Directeur de l'état civil.
Summary of required documents
In addition to the electronic form submitted online, applicant must email his application file to the Foundation along with all of the above mentioned items:
- the transcript, in a PDF file, according to the instructions provided;
- the Work/study balance and Involvement in social and extracurricular activities form (period ended), according to the model provided;
- the proof of Canadian citizenship or permanent residency.
Applications will be automatically rejected if these requirements are not met.
Presentation of scholarships and method of payment
The payment will be made when the list of scholarship recipients has been approved by the Board of directors, by no later than March 31, 2023. A letter will also be sent to the recipient.
Should the scholarship payment be subject to certain requirements that are not met within the required period of time, the scholarship will automatically be canceled and no payment will be made.
Please note that the scholarships are taxable.
Deadline for submitting applications
Applicants are responsible for sending the requested documents to the Foundation by the deadlines.
The duly completed electronic form must be submitted online by no later than 4:00 p.m. on April 7, 2022.
Applicants must also email us their application file along with all of the aforementioned items and ensure that they are properly identified.
The Foundation must receive your complete application file by no later than 4:00 p.m. on April 14, 2022.
All file incomplete or late will be automatically rejected.
The Foundation will not follow up on missing, incomplete or late documents.
Criteria and conditions that apply to all programs
Selection process and responsibilities of the Foundation
Award committees 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.
Changes to the scholarship program rules and scholarship amounts
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.