Posts for Future students

More than just a competition

dhanusha

One of the main reasons we won the CFA Ethics Local Challenge is because of the support received from the SAF Faculty.

How the Fellowship Program has broadened my perspective

Mahek

In my first term, it has already given me many opportunities to meet industry professionals and attend a variety of workshops and events.

An inside look at being a SAF student within the UWaterloo community

Nicholas

Advice for grade 12 students who are nervous about starting university.

My Participation in the CFA Ethics Challenge: Lessons Learned

Johanna W. AFM Student

Participating in the CFA Ethics Challenge has provided me with an amazing opportunity to learn about the CFA Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct and to apply these ethics standards to a real-life scenario. All the feedback from faculty and the time spent together as a team in preparing for the presentation led to our team winning the local competition of the CFA Ethics Challenge!

First place at the CFA Institute Research Challenge Ontario Finals!

Photo of Brendan, Anna, and Noah

On February 18th, three students representing the University of Waterloo’s School of Accounting and Finance (SAF) competed at the 2021 CFA Institute Research Challenge (IRC) Ontario Finals. Led by Faculty Advisor, Steve Balaban, student team members Brendan, Anna, Noah - all upper-year Accounting and Financial Management (AFM) students - competed against teams from Brock University, Carleton University, and York University and won first place!

Making real contributions to early business objectives through the BETS program

Edmond H. Math/CPA student

At first, I was scared of entering my first ever co-op because I had no real work-experience prior, however, the BETS program really came in clutch and helped me enter my first co-op placement extremely prepared.

More Than Just a Stock Pitch

Brendan M. MACC student

Four lessons I learned competing at the CFA Institute Research Challenge.

Opening myself up to new opportunities

Mohitreet

Question: How has being a Fellow and the extra connection you have with your Honouree helped you transition to an online learning environment successfully?

Learning From My Fellowship Honouree’s Experiences

Nishika, AFM student

Hi everyone, my name is Nishika and I am a part of the School of Accounting and Finance (SAF) Fellowship program. As a member of the program, I was given the opportunity to be paired with a distinguished Honouree member of the SAF Alumni. My Honouree was none other than Russ Weir. Russ is an acclaimed industry professional who is currently the Office Managing Partner at BDO Canada, LLP.

The Fellowship Program: A fruitful learning experience

Grace

Fellowship events have added colour to the current online learning environment for me and made my transition into university an exciting one!

The Fellowship Program has been one of the highlights of my first term studying Accounting and Financial Management (AFM) here at the University of Waterloo. In addition to meeting a group of like-minded and motivated peers, I have been introduced to numerous opportunities that I would never have even heard of otherwise.

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