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|CPA Australia CPA Program Scholarship|
CPA Australia and Australian Scholarships Foundation (ASF) offer up to 5 scholarships annually. The purpose of the scholarship is to enable managers and financial officers of registered charitable organisations to enhance their knowledge and skills to further contribute to the management and accountability of charitable not-for-profit organisations. The scholarship entitles recipients to exemption from all CPA Program professional level segments fees. The award does not cover completed segments fees prior to applying for the scholarship.
The scholarships will be awarded in January and July each year. Scholarships are effective from the date awarded and will be tenable for five years, subject to satisfactory progress by the recipients towards the completion of the CPA Program professional level.Conditions of eligibility and award
Before you apply for the CPA Australia CPA Program Scholarship, you should check that you satisfy the entry criteria for the Program as set out on the CPA Australia website (www.cpaaustralia.com.au), as well as any other requirements of the program.
The scholarship will only be awarded to persons eligible for admission to the CPA program. CPA Australia also requires the following:
· applicants must be Associate members of CPA Australia or eligible to join CPA Australia at Associate level.
· applicants must supply a certified copy of their degree if they are not Associate members of CPA Australia.
· applicants must supply a certified copy of their transcripts if they are not Associate members of CPA Australia.
Applications are now closed. New scholarships will be offered later in the year. Please check back.
Click here to download an application form.
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