The CAT Qualification is a diploma level qualification awarded by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). It is a qualification designed for those who are looking to start career in finance, certify for the skills and experience already gained in employment or gain accelerated progression to the ACCA qualification.
CAT graduates are given direct entry into Part Two Skills Module of the ACCA’s Professional Scheme.
All students wish to sit for exams must register as a member with ACCA/CAT(S). It normally takes about 3 months to process an application once ACCA/CAT(S) has received your registration form & documents.
All students who wish to apply for exemption must include certificates and detailed transcript of all relevant papers taken at other examinations. For a comprehensive list of exemptions granted for CAT, visit the ACCA website at http://www.accaglobal.com/join/exemptions.
All exemptions are subject to final approval by ACCA (UK)
For CAT students, no exemption fees for Introductory & Intermediate Levels. For Advanced Level it is ₤49 per paper.
For CAT Examinations
CAT is divided into 3 levels – Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Level. Students are required to pass 9 papers unless exemptions are awarded. That is all papers under Introductory, Intermediate, 3 compulsory papers and 2 optional papers under Advanced Level.
Course Syllabus & Fees
^ Subject to change by ACCA (UK)
* Subject to changes by Uniapolis
Please check with School for time-table of each module.
Uniapolis Offers a cooling period of 7 days for students who withdraw from course enrolment, upon fulfilment of the following conditions and also upon receipt of a written notice of withdrawal to Uniapolis.
After expiry of the 7 days cooling, the refund policy will apply for any withdrawal upon receipt of a written notice of withdrawal.
Students need to pass 9 papers in order to complete and awarded the CAT Qualification
Examination certificates for CAT examination are as follows
For those who have successfully completed (pass 50% & above) all of the Introductory Level exam (Paper FA1 and MA1) of the CAT Qualification.
For those who have successfully completed (pass 50% & above) all of the Intermediate Level exam (Paper FA3 and MA4) of the CAT Qualification.
For those who have successfully completed (pass 50% & above) all compulsory papers of the Advanced Level exam (Paper FAB, FFA, FMA) will be awarded Diploma in Accounting & Business.
For those who have successfully completed all of the above papers plus 2 out of 3 optional papers (FAU, FTX, FFM) of the CAT Qualification.
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