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AMCT Bursary: The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) offers bursaries to assist students from developing countries who cannot gain sponsorship for their studies, to study for the AMCT Diploma in Treasury - the ACT's core treasury qualification which leads to associate membership.
Bursaries are available to cover the cost of the course fee for stage two - CertITM and the course fee for the stage three papers (excluding CertICM).
Students in receipt of the bursaries will also receive The Treasurer magazine on a monthly basis, but do not have to pay the annual subscription fee.
The bursary scheme does not include teaching or re-sit fees.
Bursary Application Eligibility Criteria:
You are eligible to apply for a bursary if you meet the following criteria:
You are a national of a developing country who is normally resident in that country, or in an equivalent country.
For the purposes of this scheme, a ‘developing country’ is a country with a GDP per capita of less than $12,500.
You qualify for exemption from the stage one foundation papers or have passed them.
Exemptions from stage one foundation papers are available for qualified accountants and those with previous relevant qualifications.
You are not sponsored by your company, or not working for a company that normally sponsors students for the ACT’s examinations.
Please note that applications from individuals working for multinational companies or banks that have a record of sponsoring students for the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT)’s examinations are not likely to be considered.
Deadline: July and January
For more information and application, visit: AMCT Bursary Website
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