ACA Qualification

ACA is a professional status as Associate Chartered Accountant granted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) after completing:

     (a) 15 modules through both computer-based and paper-based examinations and
     (b) 450 days of technical work experience in the field of accounting and related services.

Benefits of ACA Qualification

Established in 1880 the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) is the most prestigious international institution of professional accountants and auditors. Over 136,000 ICAEW members are working in more than 160 countries and over 17,000 students are studying for the ACA around the world.

In Mauritius 200 ICAEW members are working in senior business positions including:    

  •  Senior partners and partners within accountancy practices;
  •  CEOs and directors in financial institutions, fund administrators and consulting  practices;
  • Finance directors in industry; and
  • Senior government officials

The ACA Qualification from ICAEW prepares students to become world-class professionals from the start of their training. The final Case Study exam has MBA-style components and replicates real-life business scenarios to develop an analytical, strategic and commercial approach. Testament to this is the fact that more than 84% of UK FTSE 100 companies have an ICAEW Chartered Accountant on their board (far higher than any other professional qualification).

Click here to access our ACA enrolment form

After enrolment please send the form to businessschool@gtmu.com. You may contact Miss Shakti MOTI or Veema GHOORA on (230) 467 3001 for any query  that you may have. 

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