Monthly archive February, 2010
Loyola University Chicago is a place trusted for its quality education and gives full scope of growth in all the fields it offers. It works with helping the students financially and offers  numerous scholarships and connects students to many outside scholarship opportunities. The Office Of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) Of Loyola University Chicago guides students and families about grants, scholarships, loans and work study from federal, state and institutional resources. You can completely rely on OSFA who will provide assistance and help you in every possible way to procure necessary financial assistance necessary for pursuing studies. Some scholarships are provided by Loyola while some scholarships are from outside. One such scholarship is Academic Business scholarship which will be provided by DegreeDirectory.org. The Scholarship for upcoming 2010 academic year is for those candidates who are pursuing their business related academic degrees. All those who are enrolled in two and four year college programs are eligible provided that your application and other necessary document reach the concerned authority no later than April 1, 2010. You can get more information from:  http://www.luc.edu/finaid/scholarships_outside_major.shtml

Continue reading >

Categories: Scholarships
AICPA is offering number of scholarships for students who are interested in studying accounting and business. Students of Loyola University can also apply for the same. AICPA Fellowship For Minority Doctoral Students: the main aim of this fellowship is to promote more and more minority students in accounting profession. The recipient of this Fellowship will receive up to $ 12,000 to a full time accounting students. Regarding the detailed eligibility criteria and application form just log on to http://www.aicpa.org/members/div/career/mini/fmds.htm and get all the necessary information. The deadline for the application submission is April 1, 2010 AICPA Scholarship for Minority Accounting Students: this scholarship is for those 94 minority students with outstanding performance in accounts study. The scholarship amount is upto  5,000. It is the best opportunity for minority students who show their potential in accounts study. http://www.aicpa.org/members/div/career/mini/smas.htm will provide you complete information regarding  the eligibility criteria and required credentials . The application must be postmarked no later than March 15, 2010. John L. Carey Scholarship: this scholarship is provided to ten students who liberal arts degree holders pursuing graduate studies in accounting and the CPA designation, the scholarship amount is $5,000, the scholarship is for one year if the candidate [...]

Continue reading >

Categories: Accounts Scholarship, Scholarships
The American Institute Of Certified Public Accountants is a national professional organization for All Certified  Public Accountants offers scholarships to encourage students to take up accounting education. The students who are doing their majors in accounting, finance or information systems are the rightful candidates for this scholarship. The American Institute Of Certified Public Accountants organization through the scholarships they provide want more and more students to think and consider making their careers in accounting and business. The students must be currently enrolled in full-time graduate or a full-time master’s degree from accredited college or university. The scholarship amount is $ 2,500 per recipient for one year and will be awarded for five students. To seek more information and find answers to your queries contact AICPA through e-mail  to educat@aicpa.org or you can call on this number- (919) 402-4014.  Log on to http://ceae.aicpa.org/Resources/Scholarships+and+Awards/AICPA+Accountemps+Student+Scholarship+Program.htm and get online application  form to enroll for this scholarship.

Continue reading >

Categories: Accounts Scholarship, Scholarships