Ernst & Young Scholarship 2019
Attention accounting majors: apply for the Ernst & Young Scholarship by Wednesday, May 15, for a chance to earn funding for your education. Up to $5,000 in awards!
The Ernst & Young Fund for Excellence in Accounting Education was established by Ernst & Young LLP to promote educational excellence in accounting at Pace. The Fund provides scholarship awards of $5,000 ($2,500 for the fall semester and $2,500 for the spring semester) each to outstanding students who are enrolled in the Lubin School of Business in a qualified accounting program and maintain a 3.30 GPA. Students eligible for these awards must demonstrate involvement and leadership in either co-curricular activities at Pace or service organizations in their local community or high school.
To be eligible for the Ernst & Young Scholarship, students must belong to any of the following groups at the time of application:
- >> Accounting students in their third, fourth, or fifth year with a declared major in accounting, including BBA/MBA students or students enrolled in the 150-hour accounting program.
- >> Graduate students with a declared major in accounting.
- >> Law School students in the combined MBA Accounting/JD program.
- >> Graduate students with a declared major in taxation who are eligible to sit for the CPA exam upon graduation.
For more information and to apply, please visit the Lubin site. You must submit your application by Wednesday, May 15, 2019 in order to be eligible.
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