RegulationAccounting StandardsStrike won’t affect ICAS enrolment

Strike won’t affect ICAS enrolment

Students can enroll without final degree results

Students wishing to enroll at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
Scotland will still be able to do so despite industrial action taken by UK
higher education staff, which could delay the publication of final degree
results.

They will be able to enrol even if they are unable to confirm their final
degree result on the date they start their training with the institute.

ICAS said it hope this decision would ‘reassure employers and students at a
very stressful time’

The institute said it would work with employers to ensure that students are
not penalised.

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