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Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) Scheme – Graduates and Students



The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) Scheme scholarship shall cover examination fees and provision of study packs and shall subsist as long as the student does not completely fail any level of the examination. Categories of Scholarship: Diamond: The Diamond Scholarship is for first class/distinction graduates of ICAN-accredited Institutions, irrespective of the discipline ... Continue Reading

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) Scheme scholarship shall cover examination fees and provision of study packs and shall subsist as long as the student does not completely fail any level of the examination.

Categories of Scholarship:

  1. Diamond: The Diamond Scholarship is for first class/distinction graduates of ICAN-accredited Institutions, irrespective of the discipline or course of study to write the Professional Examinations of the Institute.
  2. Gold: The Gold scholarship is for the Best Graduating Student of an ICAN-accredited Accounting/Accountancy programme for professional examinational level.
  3. Silver: The Silver Scholarship is for the BEST STUDENT in year one of any ICAN-accredited Accounting/Accountancy programme in tertiary institutions to write the Accounting Technicians Scheme for West Africa (ATSWA) Examination.

For further information, please contact any of the following : 

Folake Olawuyi, 08037033930

Fadare, S.O,  08023264451

Imianvan Rufina 08035050981

E-mail: studentsaffairs@ican.org.ng

You can also contact: 

Olusoji O. Odukoya, MBA, FCA,

Ag. Registrar/Chief Executive,

PC 16 Idowu Taylor Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Tel: 01-7642294-5;

E-mail: info.ican@ican.org.ng,

Website:

http://www.ican-ngr.org

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