The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants. Through our partnership with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) we support and give voice to 150,000 Chartered Global Management Accountants (CGMAs) across the globe.
By studying CIMA, you will develop the critical knowledge and skills that employers are looking for and be ready to work in any business – large or small, public or private, all around the world. Our industry-leading assessments and regularly updated qualifications ensure you’ve got the winning edge in the job market.All you need is a good grasp of Maths and English, equipped with a SPM qualification as your minimum requirement to pursue CIMA.
Why should I study management accounting?
Management accounting combines accounting, finance and management with the business skills and techniques you’ll need to add real value to any organisation.
Management accountants are qualified to work across the business, not just in finance, advising managers on the financial impacts of big decisions, formulating business strategy and monitoring risk – much more than just crunching numbers.
- Good communicator
Professional Level: RM 16,000
Malaysia needs about 60,000 accountants to become a developed nation by 2020.Overseas:
As part of the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants, you have the most relevant qualification for business and your letters showcase your skills and experience globally, connect you to a community of like-minded peers and show you have a commitment to lifelong learning, ethics and professionalism.
By becoming a CGMA with CIMA you will be joining the world’s largest professional body of management accountants and become part of a truly global network of over 600,000 current and next generation finance professionals.
• Have a common body of knowledge.
• Have bench-marked performance standards.
• Belong to a representative professional organisation.
• Have a code of ethics that you work within.
• Have undergone the required training credentials for entry and career mobility.
• Undertake continuing professional development (CPD).
• Have a vocation requiring knowledge of some department of learning or science.
• Ethical dilemmas