Supporting aspiring accountants
Tony Quirk Accounting Scholarship
Successful candidates will receive:
- A scholarship of $2,000 during your second and third year of study
- A $500 text-book allowance during your first year of study
- Paid vacation placement opportunities during university holidays
- Full time employment as a graduate accountant following completion of studies
Boyce Chartered Accountants is ranked as the #1 Regional Accounting Firm in Australia in the AFR’s Top 100 Accounting Firms list for 2018, and the third highest female led firm under $50m. Boyce employs over 130 team members across 5 regional locations - Cooma, Dubbo, Goulburn, Moree and Wagga Wagga. Boyce is committed to promoting opportunities for aspiring young accountants who wish to have a fulfilling and rewarding career whilst remaining in regional Australia.
About the Scholarship
The TQ Scholarship was created to honour the memory of Tony Quirk, a former Boyce Director who was appointed as a Director when he was just 27. Boyce, in conjunction with the University of New England (UNE) Business School (where Tony studied), developed the program to provide accounting students with financial support and a clearly defined career path. Three years on, the scholarship is now open to students at all universities.
Read what our scholarship recipients have to say....
The Tony Quirk Scholarship is open for any university student seeking a career in accounting and enrolled in a relevant degree including accounting, business, commerce and agribusiness.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated desire for a career in accounting in regional NSW. You will share in our vision of genuine care for our clients and being passionate about maximising our clients’ wealth. You would be interested in making a real difference in the communities in which we operate and committed to your ongoing learning and development.
How to Apply?
To apply, Submit application here
For further information contact our HR Manager Amy Hannaford at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 6971 0600.
Applications are now open, closing 31 March 2019.