CFA Information Session
Thursday, 16 November, 11 a.m.–noon
Discounted CFA books (for Levels 1, 2, and 3) through Kaplan Schweser and the Essential Self-Study Package, which includes the online Question Bank (normally an added cost) are available for $299. Orders will be charged to your BYU student account. Orders are made in bulk three times per year (two in December and one in January). If you are interested in ordering a book this year and would like to receive an email with more information, please enter your information here.
Exam Costs and Deadlines
For all exam registration costs and deadlines please visit the CFA website. Deadlines and costs change from year to year.
Five CFA institute scholarships are available. The scholarship waives the one-time CFA Program enrollment fee (if applicable) and reduces the exam registration fee (including access to the curriculum eBook) to $350. Interested students can apply by submitting a résumé and a cover letter outlining the following:
- Reasons for wanting to take the exam, including a future career plan
- A study plan to ensure passage of the exam
- Other work experience or special needs
The résumé and cover letter must be turned in at 610 TNRB or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, December 22. A panel of professors will review the materials and choose the five recipients.
Students not chosen for the CFA Institute scholarship may have the option of participating in the Peery Foundation’s reimbursement program. Through this program, test and registration fees are reimbursed if the exam is passed and the participant was a BYU student when registration for the exam was completed. To apply for reimbursement, please submit a copy of the exam registration costs (late registration costs are not reimbursed) and a copy of the final results to room 610 TNRB within two weeks of the CFA exam results being posted. Reimbursements may take up to six weeks to process.