In a bold move to counter the effects of currency fluctuation in the market,
CIMA, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants has a launched a
special limited offer of 33% off its standard registration fee until 30 September.
In addition, the capped exemption fee rate of GBP165 that has applied in
South Africa has now been extended to all African graduates across sub-
Says Samantha Louis, Regional Director of CIMA Africa says: "We recognise
that with weakening currencies our potential students are finding it harder to
afford a quality global professional qualification; our mission as an organisation
is to help people and businesses succeed and we see this as the way to make
CIMA more accessible to a greater number of business, finance and accounting
graduates and professionals across the continent.
"The exemption fees could become a costly exercise especially for those
graduates of accounting or finance who qualified for the maximum number. A
per exemption fee was no longer viable in the long-term.
This innovation across our region will really make it possible for a greater
number of finance and accounting professionals to pursue our unique and
globally recognised Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA)
For more information on this special offer and on how to register for CIMA,
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