CPA Manitoba Scholarship in Indigenous Business Education
(for full-time students in the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree program who have declared a major in Accounting, have completed a minimum of 48 credit hours, achieved high academic standing, are members of IBEP in good standing, and demonstrate community involvement)
Number of awards:
Applicants will be required to submit an essay (maximum 500 words) that describes their community involvement and explains what the scholarship would mean to them. Applicants will also be required to submit a letter of reference from someone who can speak to the applicants’ community involvement.
Decision will be based on 45% academic performance, 45% community involvement, and 10% on presentation of the application package.
Information current as of December 03, 2023 @ 20:21 and is subject to change
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