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CIMA or ACA

 
#1 CIMA or ACA
11/06/2005 11:53

J

Hi there. im a fresh masters student about to finish my degree. Im considering studying for the ACA or CIMA. The ACA would be with a top 4 accountancy firm, the CIMA would be self funded and on my own. Which is better for the consulting industry. I plan to go into strategy consulting in te future.

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#2 Re: CIMA or ACA
13/06/2005 08:54

Spongebob Roundpants

Why not have the best of both worlds? Deloitte put their Strategy & Ops consulting grads through CIMA Foundation as part of the induction. You are then encouraged to pursue the full qualification if you wish, with Deloitte picking up the tab!

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#3 Re: CIMA or ACA
14/06/2005 10:37

strat cons

I'm currently in the final flings of CIMA and have been in consulting for some years. CIMA is very practical and credible in the industry and therefore a strong consulting tool. I don't know ACA too well, but i'd go with CIMA - i believe it's more decision-making focused. You may be able to convince a consulting employer to fund your studies as they too recognise the inherent value in the qualification.

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