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CIMA to fast-track MBA students

Institute launches fast-track exam for business graduates to achieve a management accountancy diploma

CIMA has launched a
fast-track route for MBA holders to gain a management accountancy qualification.

The CIMA Masters Gateway is aimed at business graduates interested in
professionalising their CV by studying for one fast-track exam to gain the CIMA
Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting qualification and then progress to
CIMA’s strategic level.

Robert Jelly, executive director of CIMA Education, said : “Professional
qualifications, like CIMA’s, oblige their members to not only study the
fundamentals of business ethics but to apply them throughout their careers.

“Our new fast-track route for MBA holders is a pioneering initiative that
offers business managers a chance to gain a professional and competitive edge.”

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