30 SCHOLARSHIPS OF $1,000
Call for applications
Applicants must meet the following conditions when they submit their application:
- be registered in one of the undergraduate accounting program recognized by the Order;
- have completed at least 30 university credits from the recognized program (excluding university credits from an unrecognized program) and maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.8/4.3;
- not having completed the undergraduate accounting program recognized by the Order;
- pursue the objective of becoming a chartered professional accountant;
- have been involved as a volunteer in social and extracurricular activities since admission to university;
- fill out the scholarship application form online and provide their application file by mail 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.
Evaluation criteria and required documents
Applications are evaluated based on the following criteria:
Applicants must provide a current official transcript of courses completed in the undergraduate accounting program, only for the recognized program in progress (credits and average).
A 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 cumulative average and the number of credits (only for the recognized program in progress);
- the Internet URL.
Transcripts with less than 30 university credits in the recognized program are not accepted.
All other documents, including photocopies, are not accepted. If the URL link does not print, applicants must attach a screenshot of their online file to the transcript.
Applicants must fill out the following form to describe their involvement in social and extracurricular activities (of a charitable/volunteer nature). Applicants must detail the number of hours spent, the tasks completed and the period concerned. Only involvement in activities carried out during university studies will be considered.
The Selection committee expects files to be properly written, contain no spelling errors and be neatly formatted.
Applicants must include an up-to-date résumé with their application.
Note: Applicants may include any other information which they consider relevant.
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. Only photocopies are accepted.
Presentation of scholarships and method of payment
Once the Board of directors has approved the list of scholarship recipients, a letter will be sent with a cheque directly to the recipients i.e. no later than March 31, 2019.
Please note that the scholarships are taxable.
Deadline for submitting applications
The duly completed electronic form must be sent to us by no later than 4:00 p.m. on November 2, 2018.
Applicants must also mail us their application file including all elements mentioned.
The Foundation must receive your complete application file by no later than 4:00 p.m. on November 9, 2018.
Application files delivered in person are accepted, provided they respect the established deadline.
Make sure that you clearly identify your documents.
All incomplete or late files will be automatically rejected. No file received by email will be accepted.
The Foundation will not follow up on missing, incomplete or late documents.