Joint statement on the Expiry of the ACCA-ISCA Joint Pathway Programme (JPP) For Professional Qualification
The ACCA-ISCA JPP expires on 30 June 2020. The expiry of this arrangement will not affect the current pursuit of the ACCA Qualification.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) have had a long and illustrious relationship beginning with a Joint Examinations Scheme in 1983 and a subsequent collaboration through the ACCA-ISCA JPP in 2015.
ACCA Singapore and ISCA signed a five-year Partnership Agreement on 6 May 2015 with the aim to strengthen the talent pipeline for the accountancy sector in Singapore. The ACCA-ISCA Partnership Agreement saw the development of the ACCA-ISCA JPP for Professional Qualification. Both professional bodies have collaborated on the Applied Skills Level (formerly known as Fundamentals Level) of the ACCA Qualification with the objective to support and develop a diverse pool of aspiring accounting and finance professionals in Singapore.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and global economic uncertainties, ACCA and ISCA will continue to explore new and meaningful programmes to equip our students and members with in-demand skills and knowledge to enhance employability, as well as support the growth of the accounting and finance industry in Singapore.
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(jointly drafted by ACCA and ISCA)
Care has been taken by ACCA and ISCA to ensure the contents of this document are correct at the time of print (June 2020). ACCA and ISCA reserve the right to change the information, or parts of it, at any time, without prior notice.
Last updated in June 2020