Supporting local youth that shows academic excellence, and wishes to pursue a degree in accounting, actuarial science, finance or IT.
Supporting local youth that wishes to pursue a degree in accounting.
KPMG in the Cayman Islands offers scholarships to qualified Caymanian students who have shown academic excellence and wish to complete an undergraduate degree, locally or overseas. Students should possess an interest in pursuing a career in Public Accounting in the Cayman Islands.
KPMG in the Cayman Islands will provide financial assistance, per standard tuition costs, to attend the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI), Associate of Accounting two year program. Sponsorship will include student fees, books and supplies as requisite. All payments are made directly to the college at the beginning of each term.
KPMG in the Cayman Islands will provide financial assistance of up to US$30,000 per year, up to a maximum of four and half years. This is intended to be used toward standard tuition, student fees, books and supplies, and room and board as needed.
Please note that the priority deadline for submission is February 1st, however all applications must be delivered to the KPMG office in the Cayman Islands by April 30th.
The Novelette A. Ebanks Inspirational Scholarship is offered to a student who displays strong academic achievement, a commitment to serving others - in the community and at school, showing strong work ethics and leadership qualities.
KPMG in the Cayman Islands is proud to award the Novelette A. Ebanks Inspirational Scholarship to Rochel Gardener, who is majoring in Accounting at Indiana University in the United States of America.
Within her first semester, Rochel has obtained excellent grades and has become a member of the Economic Club.
Rochel will be applying to the Kelley School of Business in order to fulfill her requirements as an Accountant major, and will pursue her Graduate degree upon completion of her Undergraduate qualifications. In the coming years, Rochel plans to enroll in additional societies that are of interest to her, in an effort to enhance her academic abilities and help to shape her future. Rochel has demonstrated that she is a well-rounded individual and enjoys the opportunity to learn new skills and network with other individuals within her chosen field.
Rochel will return to KPMG in the Cayman Islands to work within the Alternative Investment team during summers, to gain further experience based on her career aspirations.