Windmill and the Quebec CPA Order team up to give internationally-trained accounting professionals a helping hand
The CPA designation is your passport to success in Quebec organizations and businesses.
Windmill can help you acquire it.
In Quebec, the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation is well known in the business world because it guarantees that its holders are trained according to the highest standards, governed by clear regulations and fully satisfy internationally recognized standards of competency and integrity.
About Windmill Microlending
Windmill Microlending is a Canadian charity offering affordable microloans for skilled immigrants who need financial support to pay for the cost of licensing and credentials.
Windmill can provide you with the financial assistance you need to cover the costs of the CPA Professional Education Program and other related expenses.
Rahul's CPA story
“A CPA designation sets you apart. Windmill helped me get there.”
Rahul arrived in Toronto in 2018, leaving behind a four-year career as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in India.
With the support of a Windmill microloan, Rahul became a member of CPA Ontario in April 2019, just eleven months after arriving in Canada. Today, Rahul has secured a job at the same level he had reached in India, which makes him proud.
“It’s a big achievement for any immigrant to reach that level in less than a year because it’s difficult to get the same recognition in terms of education and work experience in a different country.”
Would you like to know more about how to become a CPA in Quebec? Our explanatory video has all the details.
Want to know which steps you’ll need to take to acquire the CPA designation in Quebec based on your training and professional experience? The CPA Order’s interactive website can guide you.
Windmill’s affordable loans help skilled immigrants achieve career success in Canada. Take our two-minute eligibility quiz to find out if a Windmill loan is right for you.
In partnership with the Quebec CPA Order.
Windmill’s statistics as of June 30, 2021. Income data is based only on those who have completed their Career Success Plan and paid their loan in full.