The Department of Finance and Economics has received the following recognition:
CFA (The Chartered Financial Analyst)
The Department of Finance and Economics is accepting applications from students majoring Finance for nominating eligible students to the CFA scholarships program from the CFA exams. Applications should be sent through email to the Department Administrative Assistant. The applicant should mention in their email letter that they are willing to perform one of the exams levels on time and attached with the letter their scanned documents listed below. Only final year students (Fourth year of Finance students with higher GPAs) who have completed more than 90 hours of their bachelor of finance (the department apologies for not offering such opportunity to graduated students).
The evidence of all requirements must be scanned in pdf files (not pictured by mobiles please) copies of the following documents:
1- Photocopies of Passport, Emirati visa and valid UoS students ID.
2- Copy of the most recent bachelor study transcript showing all semesters' grades and GPAs. You can scan a copy of your online transcripts, if you don't have official transcripts.
3- Copy of any evidence proving your unmet financial needs, or any financial aid you gained previously, before submitting this application (any receipts, aid of financial support …etc.).
4- Copy of any evidence that proves if you have applied, or been studying, or already enrolled for training courses as preparation for the CFA exam level 1, 2 or 3 (you can provide receipt of payment, or any evidence of attendance with the contact details of the institute that you're talking the course in).
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