CPABC How to Series ‘funding your CPA education’

The total cost of the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP) is $14,000 for both domestic and international students residing in BC. Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Temporary Residents (work permit and/or study permit holders) who are residing in BC will learn how to access various options to fund their CPA education here in BC. Funding is available to you in many forms, such as CPABC’s scholarships and bursaries for candidates enrolled in CPA PEP and students enrolled in the CPAWSB Preparatory Courses. As well, many employers who hire candidates enrolled in CPA PEP provide financial support. Job seekers will also learn who are BC’s Top 100 Employers 2023, and the Government of BC’s new Pay Transparency Act and why this is a step in the right direction to support job seekers towards fair and equitable pay.

Learn how to access all the funding available to support your CPA education.

Audience members will have the opportunity to ask their own questions to panelists during the live questions and answers period of this event.


Stephanie Roy

Stéphanie Roy
Director, Employer & Candidate Support
Chartered Professional Accountants of BC

Megan Yarema

Megan Yarema
Associate Director, Charitable Initiatives
Chartered Professional Accountants of BC

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Dec 8, 2023 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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