CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) announced a 60% price reduction effective from July 1 for new students registering to study CIMA anywhere in the world. The new price of £60 is a reduction from £150. This marks a global commitment by CIMA to make its qualification even more accessible to ambitious students around the world who wish to up-skill and build a successful professional career in business. The price cut amounts to £90 (Rs 14,850) in Sri Lanka.
The new pricing makes CIMA one of the most competitively priced professional and business-focused accountancy qualifications in the world. Over the past 91 years, CIMA has grown internationally to represent over 172,000 members and students in over 165 countries, including over 3000 members and 12,000 students Sri Lanka
CIMA is the best route to an international career in business and accounting and provides its students with the opportunity to achieve a top level role. The strength of the qualification means that 92% of CIMA students globally are confident of their job security and a high proportion are keen to accelerate their careers with 20% believing they have the opportunity to make an international career move.
Regional Director, South Asia & Middle East, CIMA Sri Lanka, Bradley Emerson says:
Sri Lanka is the target market outside the United Kingdom and this price reduction is perfectly timed as the ending of the war has opened doors for CIMA qualification to be made available across the entire country. The move of CIMA reducing the price at entry level will make it more affordable to our children to acquire the globally recognised next generation professional qualification.
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