Up to two references may be submitted as part of an application. One may be from an academic referee, and one may be from a professional referee (ie. FMI member, CA/CGA/CMA, public servant, etc). Applicants must submit a 500 word essay on a topic chosen by the FMI Ontario Scholarship Committee each year. The topic will be selected by December 31st each year, and will be communicated along with the application information.
Program: Applicants must currently be enrolled in an accounting, finance, or business program at a recognized Ontario college or university. Applicants should show an interest in working in financial management within the public sector upon graduation. Holding a co-op position or internship in such a position would be a plus.