To qualify as an ICAEW Chartered Accountant you must complete the ACA, a highly respected professional qualification that requires students to complete at least three years on-the-job training while passing a series of exams.
The ACA qualification is valued by businesses worldwide, with more than 5,000 employers currently training ACA students. Completing the ACA qualification enables you to use the title ‘ICAEW Chartered Accountant’, offering a way to stand out from the crowd by providing employers with a specified, certified skillset. The knowledge and skills provided by the ACA means that ICAEW Chartered Accountants are highly sought-after professionals.
Each component is designed to complement each other, which means that you can put theory into practice and can understand and apply what you learn to your day-to-day work. The components are:
- 450 days of practical work experience– offering invaluable insights into the realities of a career in chartered accountancy.
- 15 exam modules* – covering a broad range of topics including: financial management, law, assurance and business strategy.
- Professional development– preparing you to successfully handle different situations that you’ll encounter throughout your career.
- Ethics and professional scepticism– providing you with the skills to work under close scrutiny and be confident you are making the right decisions.
|Certificate Level||Rs 10,000 per paper|
Business, Technology and Finance
Principles of Taxation
|Professional Level||Rs 20,000 per paper|
|Audit & Assurance
Financial Accounting & Reporting(FAR)
Business Strategy and Technology
|Advanced Level||Rs 50,000 per paper|
|Strategic Business Management
*Our fees include study texts and question banks from ICAEW.
*Our fees exclude registration fees and exam fees payable to ICAEW (consult the ICAEW website https://www.icaew.com/ for more details)
2 A-Levels or equivalent
ICAEW – UK