VIU Announces CPAEF Awards
CPAEF Bursary Deadline - November 15, 2021
The CPA Education Foundation (CPAEF) offers bursaries to students taking preparatory courses or enrolled in the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP). Students taking preparatory courses can apply for a bursary if they have completed and passed at least two courses offered by the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB) in the preceding year. CPA PEP students can apply for a bursary if they are registered in CPAWSB or the MPAcc. program at the University of Saskatchewan.
BCIT Announces CPAEF Award Recipients
The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) has announced the recipients of the CPA Education Foundation (CPAEF) awards to the following students for the 2021 academic year:
CPAEF Awards Speaker Series Grant to Camosun College
The CPA Education Foundation of BC (CPAEF) has awarded a Speaker Series grant to Camosun College to support faculty development.
2021 PD Pass for Academic Members
The CPAEF generously funds the PD Pass for Academic Members.
TRU Announces CPAEF Award Recipients
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) has advised that the following students have received the following awards:
CPAEF Speaker Series Grant awarded to Langara College
The CPA Education Foundation of BC (CPAEF) has awarded a Speaker Series grant to Langara College to support faculty development.
Fraser Valley CPA Association Announces Scholarship Award Recipients
The Fraser Valley Chartered Professional Accountants Association (FVCPAA), is pleased to announce the seventh annual round of local scholars.
2020/21 CPAEF Annual Report Now Available
The CPA Education Foundation of BC (CPAEF) 2020/2021 Annual Report is available on the CPAEF website.
SFU Announces CPAEF Award Recipients
The SFU|Beedie School of Business has announced the recipients of the CPA Education Foundation (CPAEF) Awards. The following students have received a total of $11,250 in awards for the 2020/2021 academic year:
UBC|Sauder Awarded CPAEF Grant
The CPA Education Foundation of BC (CPAEF) has approved a grant to UBC|Sauder School of Business towards the annual license fee of the Audit Analytics Database. The database is used to support various academic research conducted by UBC’s research faculty as well as to help educate accounting students in the classroom.