THE NOVEMBER 2016 EXAM RESULTS HAVE BEEN RELEASED
Conrgratulations to those of you who have passed! Now you can focus on your next exams in May 2017, or applying for Associate membership.
If you failed, don't give up! It's important to keep motivated, build on your preparation for the November diet and try again in May. Keep an eye out for the examiners' feedback for useful tips on where you may have lost marks and why not enrol on Achieve for extra support to keep you on track?
VIEW YOUR RESULTS
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR ACHIEVE EARLY BIRD OFFER!
Enrol on Achieve and pay your exam entry fee at the same time to receive a discount of £10.00 off your exam entry fee.
Course fees and exam entry fees are non-transferable and non-refundable and only apply to the May 2017 exam session. This offer is only available until 28 February 2017.
FIT YOUR STUDY AROUND YOUR LIFE
"Achieve is the number one study option, especially if you are working or have other commitments. The e-tutors are fantastic and the support from AIA staff is exceptional. You study when it suits you, there’s no commuting expenses except to attend exams, the e-books and study text materials are superb, you can read on public transport, during lunch breaks, in the park… the list is endless."
This is one student's view, find out how Achieve can help you fit your studies more easily into your busy life and help you reach your career goals.
2017 EVENTS - DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
We have now finalised the dates for our 2017 UK and Ireland CPD events and venues have been confirmed. Make a note of them in your diary to make sure you don't miss out. Speakers and topics will be announced in due course and we will keep you information via International Accountant, the events listing and by email.
VIEW THE DATES
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS – ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO UPGRADE TO FELLOW MEMBERSHIP?
For a limited time we’re offering the opportunity for eligible Associate members to upgrade to Fellow membership for £50, a saving of £60 on the usual upgrade fee.
Reaching this milestone demonstrates your expertise and your professionalism. As a Fellow member you can use the designatory letters FAIA and show your seniority in the profession.