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Attention MBAs, ACMAs (Pak) & ACCAs…!!!
Become Chartered Management Accountant from Prestigious CIMA (UK)
Through CMGA/CPGA/CGA route by passing only 1 paper CMGA: CIMA Masters Gateway Assessment CPGA: CIMA Professional Gateway Assessment CGA: CIMA Gateway Assessment
CIMA is a UK Accredited Professional Education recognized globally; 172,000 Members & students; serving in 165 Counties; at No. 1 & No. 2 Positions, with a Blend of Academic Education. MBAs, ACMAs and ACCAs need to pass only 1 paper i.e. CMGA, CPGA & CGA respectively, and get 11 Exemptions from CIMA Exams for Free, i.e. • Certificate Level • Operational Level • Management Level Once you qualify CMGA / CPGA / CGA you will be awarded Advance Diploma in Management Accounting and you can start your studies for CIMA Strategic Level Exams right away. Thereafter, you only need to pass 3 Strategic Level Papers and T4 (TOPCIMA) case study to become Chartered Management Accountant or ACMA (UK).

Syllabus
The CMGA / CPGA / CGA Course comprises of the following Management Level Papers: P2 – Performance Management E2 – Enterprise Management F2 – Financial Management

Paper Structure
Section – A • MCQs from anywhere of Course Outline of P2, E2 and F2. Section – B • Three Compulsory Questions of 25 Marks each. • B Area of Syllabus P2 – Cost Planning and Analysis of Competitive Marks Advantages • B Area of Syllabus E2 – Project Management • A Area of Syllabus F2 – Group Financial Statements

Fee Structure
CMGA (for MBAs) • Registration Fee £500/It includes the following: First Annual Subscription Fee CIMA Students Registration Fee CMGA Exam Fee – One Attempt CIMA Online Lectures for P2, E2, F2. • Al-Hamd Academy’s Fee: Registration: Rs. 1,250/Tuition Fee:Rs.15,000/CGA (for ACCAs) • Registration Fee £293/It includes the following: First Annual Subscription Fee CIMA Students Registration Fee CGA Exam Fee –…...

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