RegulationAccounting StandardsCIMA launches fast track degree portal

CIMA launches fast track degree portal

Information portal promotes fast-track degree opportunities to CIMA students and members

Management accounting institute CIMA
has collaborated with the
UK
Committee of Heads of Accounting
to develop and launch its
Degree
links facility
.

The online listing and information portal promotes fast-track degree
opportunities to CIMA students and members, forming a link with participating
universities.

It offers access to details of degree programmes that grant partial exemption
from undergraduate degrees to CIMA students and from master’s degrees to CIMA
members.

Further reading:

CIMA warns code of ethics may become rule-based

CIMA refocuses on customers and employer relations

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