The Singapore CA Qualification (Foundation) allows entry into the Singapore CA Qualification for interested candidates without an Accredited Accountancy Degree. Upon completion of the Singapore CA Qualification (Foundation), candidates would have fulfilled the Academic Base requirement and thus able to enrol into the Singapore CA Qualification.
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Singapore CA Qualification
The Singapore CA Qualification is a comprehensive post-graduation accountancy programme equipping you with the necessary skills and knowledge needed to be a Chartered Accountant of Singapore (CA (Singapore)). Upon completion of the Singapore CA Qualification, candidates will be conferred the CA (Singapore) designation.
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ISCA Professional Examination
The ISCA Professional Examination (ISCA PE) provides a pathway for holders of non-accredited university degree programmes to join ISCA as an Associate member. Arising from the Transitional Arrangements announced on 1 April 2013, ISCA PE has stopped accepting new candidates to the programme with effect from 1 April 2014.
For existing students, click here to go to the ISCA Professional Examination website.
ISCA Accredited Accounting Technician
ISCA is collaborating with the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) to provide the flexible skills-based ISCA Accredited Accounting Technician (ISCA AAT) qualification. This partnership supports the government’s SkillsFuture initiative, offering aspiring accounting technicians from various background opportunities to equip themselves with relevant skill sets to meet the demand for competent accounting and finance staff to support senior levels of the profession.