How will studying CIMA help your career?
CIMA is the world’s largest professional body of management accountants.
Why study CIMA? Becoming a chartered management accountant can accelerate your career and boost your salary. It is a proven path to business success.
CIMA trained people work in industry, commerce, management consultancies, banks and not for profit and public sector organisations. Many of our members work in prestigious, high paying roles.
You can work around the world with CIMA. CIMA has over 195,000 members and students in 176 countries.
Why does being a professional matter?
At CIMA you will develop both your technical ability and your professional capacity. Employers worldwide understand the benefits you can bring to a business through your knowledge and skills as well as your ethical and professional commitment.
What will you earn with CIMA?
Chartered management accountants are highly rewarded. See CIMA salary surveys for more.
What is management accounting?
Management accountants interpret financial information to make business decisions. Top CFOs, CEOs and management consultants are chartered management accountants.
CIMA-trained people work in industry, commerce, management consultancies, banks and not for profit and public sector organizations. Many CIMA members work in prestigious, high paying roles.
The syllabus is designed to deliver a strong understanding of all aspects of business so the members can contribute in many areas of an organization.
CIMA’s syllabus consistently provides:
- more management accounting,
- more business strategy,
- more financial strategy.
CIMA prepares people for a career in business. It teaches skills for strategic advice, managing risk and making key decisions.
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