CIMA Minimum Entry Requirements:

CIMA minimum entry requirements are simply basic competence in English and Mathematics. Yes that is all you need to study CIMA. See below for detailed CIMA entry requirements for each CIMA level.

 

CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting: Certificate Level

Basic competence of English and Mathematics

For more information about the CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting click this link:  http://contemporarytraining.co.za/cima-certificate-in-business-accounting/

 

CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting: Operational Level

CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting or Exemptions for the entire certificate level

CIMA Exemptions can be based on:

ICB Diploma NQF Level 5 or 6

Degree or National Diploma from a recognized institution or qualifying body

 

CIMA Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting: Management Level

CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting or Exemptions for the entire Operational level

CIMA Exemptions can be based on:

Degree or National Diploma from a recognized institution or qualifying body

CIMA Professional/ Masters Gateway route (If you have passed professional exams from other bodies like ACCA, SAICA etc.

 

CIMA Strategic Level:

CIMA Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting or Exemptions for the entire Management level

CIMA Exemptions can be based on:

SAICA Membership

Degree or National Diploma from a recognized institution or qualifying body

 

To find out the exemptions you are eligible to apply for, please visit the CIMA website or email us at info@contemporarytraing.co.za and will check for you.

 

What degrees are considered for CIMA Exemptions?

Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees not found in the exemptions database are considered for exemptions.

If you have studied outside of the UK we will use the UK National Recognition Information Centre to determine how your qualification compares.

Qualifications must be comparable to at least a UK certificate of higher education to be considered for exemptions.