Cardiff Business School is delighted to partner with ICAEW to offer The ICAEW Foundation bursary supported by PwC, to students wishing to pursue an accountancy or finance qualification with us from 2014.
The bursary provides annual financial support to a disadvantaged student for each year of their three year degree programme, with an additional option to benefit from mentoring and/or a work placement with PwC.
The School will contact eligible candidates in due course.
ICAEW Foundation is the charity of ICAEW, a world leader in the accountancy and finance profession. Set up in 2007, the charity has a number of objectives, in particular the support through its bursary programme of talented disadvantaged students who wish to study in the field of finance and accounting. This also sits with ICAEW’s own wider objectives of broadening access to the profession.
PwC, the multinational professional services network has supported ICAEW Foundation since its inception and has a number of other organisation-wide initiatives in place to assist access to the profession.
With the help of PwC’s generous pledge, the bursary has provided financial assistance to students in a number of UK universities who commenced their studies in 2012 (and supports the student for the three years of their studies), with an additional option to benefit from mentoring and/or a work placement with PwC.
ICAEW Foundation and ICAEW Foundation in Hong Kong offer a limited number of bursaries to assist students pursuing an accountancy or finance related degree.
Cardiff Business School is one of the leading business and management schools in the UK. Its success is built on its ability to attract the best academic staff, who pass on their expertise to talented students.
We are committed to attracting the most able students, who can benefit most from academic study and can use their University experiences to succeed in the business and management world.
The School is therefore pleased to announce that any students commencing their studies with us in September 2014, who achieve three grade As at A level (or equivalent), will receive a £2000 scholarship from the School.
The scholarships are available to UK-funded undergraduate students in the first year of their studies. The scholarship is not means tested and will be awarded automatically once eligible students join the University.
Students will need to have accepted the offer that they have received from Cardiff Business School on a firm basis by 31st July 2014, in order to be eligible for a scholarship.
Full details of alternative entry qualifications are detailed in our terms and conditions below.
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