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Management accounting

  • Group
    29/05/2009 - 12:21pm
    For finance, systems, and business professionals at all levels, and stakeholders who have a passion for maximising value from their ERP systems.
  • Question
    28/05/2009 - 2:15pm

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    Deirdre - view profile

    Last night CIMA student Howard Ebison became the latest of the remaining six candidates in the (UK) BBC TV series The Apprentice to be fired.

    The 12-week competition sets the candidates through a gruelling series of tasks and the first prize is the job of Sir Alan Sugar's apprentice, with a six figure salary.

  • Blog Entry
    12/08/2014 - 12:48pm

    Hello all,

    The November 2014 exams are coming up soon, so now is the time to get entered! You have until 5pm BST on 12 September to book and take the next step towards ACMA, CGMA status.

    2015 and beyond

  • Blog Entry
    05/08/2014 - 9:33am

    “Bad things will happen to good businesses”, the speaker said. The organisations present at the recent UN Global Compact UK network event each spoke about their own challenges and approaches to human rights.

  • Blog Entry
    10/06/2014 - 12:46pm

    Hello all,

    Now the May exams now over, it’s a great time to relax from studying and instead work on your practical experience (PER). This month's Velocity has a great article to help you.

    Highlights

  • Blog Entry
    13/05/2014 - 5:34pm

    In part one last week I started on seven steps to T4 success; read the remainder below!

    5. Writing too much in the earlier parts of your report

  • Blog Entry
    09/05/2014 - 1:33pm

    Completing your script in the T4 exam is one of the most challenging aspects of the paper but also one of the best ways to ensure that you pass.

    Many T4 students, including myself, have found it difficult to produce an in depth, balanced report that covers all aspects of the marking criteria in the given time. However, this can be achieved by mastering your time management before the exam day arrives.

  • Blog Entry
    05/05/2014 - 1:05pm

    Want tips to help pass your CIMA exams? Having failed and subsequently passed the T4 exam, I’d like to share my top ten tips to passing the exam, so that you can avoid the mistakes I made and benefit from what worked for me.

    1. Summarise the preseen
    As part of your revision, summarise the key facts of the pre seen on one page and learn them.I would suggest this includes the important numbers in the financials as well as the key factors surrounding the firm’s strategy.

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 4:43pm

    We understand there may be many reasons why you haven't renewed your subscription, but as you've started sitting exams and begun your journey to membership, we are keen to know why...

    "I've not renewed my subscription because..."

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 3:51pm

    We know you haven't sat an exam yet which may be among the reasons you decided not to renew your subscription. We understand there may also be other reasons why you haven't renewed and we are keen to know why...

    "I've not renewed my subscription because..."

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 2:55pm

    We understand there may be many reasons why you haven't renewed, but as you're so close to becoming a CIMA member and a Chartered Global Management Accountant™ (CGMA®) designation holder, we are keen to know why...

    "I've not renewed my subscription because..."

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:40pm

    Having a professional designation (letters after your name) is one of those things – you never know when it will come in handy! It might just be the competitive advantage you need to get ahead of your peers and land your dream job.

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:37pm

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  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:36pm

    Thank you for your feedback. We know the CIMA qualification isn’t always easy, but sometimes it's the challenging things that are worth doing.

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:35pm

    Thanks for your feedback. Remember, having a professional designation (letters after your name) is one of those things – you never know when it will come in handy! It might just be the competitive advantage you need to get ahead of your peers and land your dream job.

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:34pm

    Thanks for your feedback that you're finding the CIMA qualification difficult. We know it's not easy, but sometimes it's the challenging things that are worth doing. It's reassuring to know that once you’ve done it all, you will have a top of the range qualification and designation on your CV/resume.

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:32pm

    We know that studying for the CIMA qualification is a big commitment but you’re now just one step away from becoming a CIMA member and a Chartered Global Management Accountant™ (CGMA®) designation holder.

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:30pm

    Thank you for your feedback. We know that gaining your practical experience and completing your membership application may still seem like a challenge, but remember why you wanted to become a CIMA member in the first place.

    CIMA students explain it best:

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:29pm

    Thanks for your feedback. We know that achieving CIMA membership may still seem like a challenge, but remember why you wanted to become a member in the first place. You’re just one step away from becoming a CIMA member and a Chartered Global Management Accountant™ (CGMA®) designation holder.

  • Blog Entry
    30/04/2014 - 12:12pm

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