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Hans Aggarwal Memorial Scholarship

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To honour the life and contributions of Hans Aggarwal, Procept Associates Ltd. has created a scholarship in her name. The Hans Aggarwal Memorial Scholarship is open to all who are studying the techniques of business analysis, a topic dear to Hans' heart.

About the Scholarship

The Hans Aggarwal Memorial Scholarship is open to all Canadian residents who have successfully completed a business analysis certificate program at any Canadian college or university, or through one of Procept Associates' corporate training programs. Courses are eligible whether or not they were taught by Procept instructors; however, candidates must have successfully met the requirements for completing the certificate program.

One winner will be awarded each year, selected from a pool of applicants and the winner will be announced at a Business Analyst World event held in Canada. Winners will receive cash awards intended to be used towards reimbursement for past or payment towards future BA course tuition.

Applicants will be asked to email the following to scholarship@procept.com

  • A scanned copy of their BA program completion certificate
  • A 500 word essay detailing at least one lesson learned from a past business analysis activity
  • The applicant's full name, physical mailing address, email address, and phone number

The 2017 Hans Aggarwal Memorial Scholarship will be in the amount of $500 in Canadian funds.

 

 

 

2017 is the first year of the scholarship and the winner will be announced in the fall.

 

 

 

About Hans Aggarwal

Hans AggarwalHans Aggarwal was a gifted instructor of business analysis whose passion for the subject inspired many of her students. She taught for Procept at the University of Waterloo and the University of Calgary, where she always received stellar evaluations from her students. Hans was at the forefront of the emergence of the business analysis profession, and her early work promoting and teaching others this emerging field of knowledge helped spark the rapid growth of the profession in the second decade of this millennium.

Hans will be remembered for her infectious smile, her upbeat attitude (even in the face of significant challenges), her willingness to lend a hand, and for how she always kept her commitments. She affected the lives of many and her passing was a loss to the profession.

Hans lost a long battle with cancer in March 2017 at the age of 52.