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UBC Diploma in Accounting Program

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

DAP Financial Assistance Bursary

UBC Sauder Diploma in Accounting Program (DAP) is pleased to introduce a Financial Assistance Bursary program, offering up to $20,000 in bursary funds for new and current UBC DAP students experiencing financial hardship due to the impacts of COVID-19.

As a leader in professional studies, we feel strongly about supporting qualified domestic and international UBC DAP students pursuing their studies on a part-time or full-time basis. Whether you recently lost your job or if you are facing financial hardship, we’d like to do our part in helping you continue your path to becoming a CPA.

Qualified applicants will be awarded up to $765 in the form of a tuition credit, covering the cost of one course in 2020 Winter Term 2 (January to April 2021).

Entrance Scholarships

Financial support for UBC DAP students is available in the form of scholarships, awards, bursaries, and loans.

Scholarships have been endowed to recognize outstanding students entering the UBC Diploma in Accounting Program. The scholarships are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business to students who are enrolled in UBC DAP, have indicated they intend to complete the UBC DAP credential on their Program application, and demonstrate a combination of academic excellence (minimum 75% admission average), strong leadership abilities, and community involvement. Applications for these scholarships are available at entry into the Program in January, May, and September.

How to Apply

To apply for the Program Entrance Scholarships, students must submit the following documentation to the UBC DAP office in-person or by mail by the stated application deadlines:

  1. A completed and signed Application Form
  2. An up-to-date resume
  3. Two non-academic reference letters in support of your application

Loans and Grants

Government-funded student loans are available to assist students in financing their post secondary education.

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