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The Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) is a vocational qualification designed by ACCA that will allow you to support the work of professional accountants. The final-level examinations are equivalent in standard to the first year of a university degree programme. Consequently, CAT graduates are allowed to move directly to Fundamentals Level (Skills module).
There are nine examinations to the CAT which are split into three levels. Each level is designed to test the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to work in accounting support roles. As well as completing your examination, you will have to gain a minimum of one year’s relevant experience in financial training to achieve the Technician qualification.
Aged 18 years and above, with a minimum of 5 O-Level or SPM Credit passes, including English and Mathematics, or equivalent.
UEC - 5 B6 and above (including English and Mathematics)
English Language Requirements
All international students must sit for an English Placement Test (EPT), and students who pass the EPT with a satisfactory grade will be admitted into the CAT programme (subject to meeting academic requirements).