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CIMA appears in Azerbaijan

CIMA has revealed two students have become the first to gain the institute's qualification in Azerbaijan.

The pair, who work for BP and are graduates of the Azerbaijan State Economic University, gained their qualifications after three years of study and can expect to work across any of BP’s business sectors.

Rafael Suleymanov and Elnur Amikishiyev hope the qualification will be their ‘passport’ to business success.

Elnur said: ‘We are proud to be the first Azeri citizens to have achieved this qualification,’ while Rafael added that they believed they were now ‘prepared to meet the challenges of our professional careers.’

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