PwC Scholarship 2017
Are you a bright young Caymanian who is…
- Ccademically sound
- Wanting to pursue a career in public accounting
- Well rounded, as evidenced by community involvement, sporting or extra - curricular activities
- Of good character and integrity
- Committed to your pursuits You should possess at least 5 IGCSE/GCSE/CXC passes (including english and math) with a minimum grade of B or 2, or a high school diploma with at least a 3.0 GPA or equivalent over the last two years of study and a combined SAT score of not less than 1500 (if you are studying overseas).
Local Study: You could be funded to complete an Associate’s degree or a Bachelor of Accountancy at either of the local tertiary education institutions.
PwC will award up to a total of CI$5,000 for each of the first two years of the Associate’s degree, and up to a total of CI$8,500 per year for the Bachelor of Accountancy.
Upon completion of an Associate’s degree, you may apply for funding with us to attend an approved university overseas to complete the 150 hour requirement to qualify for writing the Certified Public Accountant Examination.
Overseas Study: Applicants for sponsorship at this level are generally expected to be currently enrolled at a suitable university overseas or to have completed an Associate’s degree in preparation. In certain exceptional cases, PwC will consider applications from students attending university for the first time.
You can apply for a maximum of US$30,000 per year.
Your application should be received at our offices by Wednesday, March 31, 2017. We will review all application packages and interview potential candidates in late April. If you are not successful, you will receive notification by mail or email.
For more information on the scholarships and application procedures please visit PwC Cayman Islands website at here