Are you an accounting student and searching for a relevant scholarship to support your education, the Ernst & Young/Ascend 2010 Leadership Scholarship can prove to be very helpful. But there are few conditions to need to fulfill and if you fit the bill, this $ 5000 scholarship will help you to pursue your studies. The Ernst & Young Foundation is willing to help those candidates whose grades are not below B and are full time enrolled in an accredited college or university. The student should be a rising sophomore or a junior status and should have maintained 3.5 GPA. The application packet must include: Official Transcript for grades Resume One page essay stating your recent leadership experience and giving reasons about why you are interested in a professional service and/ or public accounting career The application along with all the document must reached the concerned authority no later than June 15, 2010 through e-mail to Cat.Lam@ascendleadership.org.
The NSA Scholarship foundation awards 40 scholarships every year to Accounting Students entering their third or fourth year of their accounting studies. Students entering in their second year of accounts study are also eligible to apply. For you to be eligible for this scholarship you should be a citizen of US or Canada, Moreover enrolled in an accredited two or four year’s business school, college or university and students majoring in accounting with good average. Only undergraduate students are eligible for this scholarship. The scholarship amount for students in third and fourth year is $ 1000 whereas for second year accounts students it is $ 500. You will find application procedure and other necessary details at http://www.nsacct.org/foundation.asp?id=430 March 10, is the dead line application submission every year.
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 [...]