Chartered Accountancy is a rewarding career and there are excellent prospects for employment .The profession has stood the test of time, and career opportunities for Chartered Accountants are unfolding as corporations increasingly realize the importance of professional values, ethics and good governance. It’s the top most finance related qualification with reputation and recognition worldwide.
According to ICAP: (Full- time Scheme)
This scheme caters to the students who want to join the profession after completing their 12 year education, namely, Higher School Certificate, A Level and other equivalent qualifications.
However, there is no bar for graduates to choose this stream. Pre-requisites
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Chartered Accountants work for big and small firms that offer fee earning advisory and management services to a variety of clients and businesses in the industrial, commercial and non-profit sectors. They audit the accounts of these clients and businesses and can also be involved in specialist areas of financial advice such as tax. Chartered Accountants are also employed in commercial organizations, banks, and the private and public sectors.
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Masters Degree Equivalency:
The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has recognized ICAP membership as equivalent to Master’s degree for the purposes of employment and higher education on July 2, 2003.
Exemptions in ICAEW:
Under the MoU signed between ICAP and ICAEW, ICAP members get exemption from the Professional Stage exams and mandatory training of ICAEW. ICAP members are only required to complete the Advanced Stage exams and the ethics module for membership to ICAEW