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CIMA Dates & Prices 2015

CIMA is changing. So are we, with your success in mind.
From 2015 CIMA will be changing the structure of the syllabus and how the papers are examined. We have liaised with CIMA over the past 18 months to enhance our educational experience in line with those changes so you will not only be able to study more effectively, but are also in the best position to pass your exams.
New for 2015 – BPP Momentum
Our programmes see the launch of BPP Momentum – an exciting approach to learning that recognises that everyone, and the way they learn, is different. BPP Momentum puts you at the centre, giving you more flexibility, more personalisation, more support, more value and more confidence. At the heart of BPP Momentum is competency-based learning; it means you will learn by doing. By progressively gaining knowledge, practicing what you have learned and testing as you go, you will build your competence gradually and be in the best position to pass your exams. The more you attempt, the more you will be able to identify your weaker areas and with the range of support offered by BPP Momentum you will understand how to improve. Together we will ensure you succeed. Regardless of how you choose to study and whatever level you are at, BPP Momentum enhances every element of your learning experience, and our range of structured study schedules offers you the flexibility to control your own progression. Our new programmes have been designed with your success in mind, which is why we have combined our Taught, Revision and Exam Practice courses into a single programme. With over 38 years of training success all our content is prepared and delivered by our experts, so you can be confident of their quality, and all our CIMA programmes are Lifetime Pass Assured* guaranteed – meaning if you are unsuccessful in your exams you can come back as many times as you like.

More Success. More BPP.
More flexibility More start dates across all study modes – we provide a structured study schedule that gives you the option to progress quickly if you want to. More personalisation With personalised feedback on regular assessments you can identify your strengths and focus your study time on your areas of weakness. More support We have enhanced the support we provide so you can stay on track, accessing the support you need when and how you need it. You can now benefit from more online content including extensive question banks, focus sessions and our dedicated team of Programme Advisors, alongside the expert tutor support we have always provided. More value We offer quality without compromise. Our enhanced complete programme offers real value for money with everything you need to pass your exam included. More confidence You can be confident our enhanced progressive approach will build the competence you need to pass your exam – and all our programmes are Lifetime Pass Assured, guaranteed. Free Professional Development Courses** At BPP we are committed to giving you every competitive advantage. That is why we are the only training provider to offer free Professional Development courses** on Leadership and Management, Business Skills and Financial Awareness Training throughout your CIMA studies.

*Full terms and conditions apply www.bpp.com/terms/l/lifetime-pass-assurance. The new Lifetime Pass Assurance Scheme does not apply to course purchases made before 24th November 2014 and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion run by any BPP group company. No cash alternative available. **Full terms and conditions apply www.bpp.com/terms/l/bpp-career-development-guarantee. To qualify for ten Professional Development with BPP Professional Education Limited (“BPP PE”) free of charge, two CIMA papers must be booked at the same time. Only certain online Professional Development Courses apply.

We have enhanced every aspect of the traditional learning

Introducing BPP’s NEW CIMA programmes.

model

Combining Taught, Revision and Exam Practice is not only the most effective way to study towards the new exams but it also ensures you have access to all the support and content you need from day 1, allowing you to focus your time on the areas you need to and be in the strongest position to pass your exams.

One programme per Objective Test exam
Our experience in CIMA training, helping over 5000 students pass their exams every year, and, in preparing Certificate Level students for Computer Based Assessments, helped us create the best solution for the Objective Test papers. Our new programmes are based around early and ongoing testing to reinforce learning enabling you to feel comfortable in the exam and achieve the 70% pass mark. Key features • Programmes can be studied at your own pace however they are designed to take between 6-8 weeks, covering the entire syllabus and including the final exam • Specifically designed around the CIMA 2015 exam style and the skills required • No need for Revision courses – you decide when you take the exam • Focuses on tutor-led question practice from the start • Exam standard OT questions throughout the programme to ensure you can learn and enhance your technique • Extensive question bank with detailed feedback – approximately 400 questions and 1000 explanations per paper • Exam standard questions from the start building your confidence step by step to exam success • Case Study Bridging Questions enabling you to start thinking about your ICS exam as soon as you have passed your OT

One programme per Integrated Case Study
Developed by our CIMA case study experts who have run over 1000 CIMA programmes and helped over 12,000 students to case study success including 9 of the top 10 Worldwide Prizewinners for T4 in 2014 BPP’s record is second to none. Key features • Includes 3 full mock exams based on the real pre-seen case studies released 6 weeks prior to the exam • Focuses on demonstrating CIMA’s core competencies and integration skills which is what the exam is marked on • Question practice to learn how to deal effectively with the real pre-seen in exam conditions via an ICS exam environment that replicates the real exam • No need for a separate Taught course as the complete programme focuses on key skills from day 1, utilising the knowledge you have gained from the OT papers • Access to online resources to refresh any technical areas before the programme starts allowing you to focus on the ICS exam skills from the start BPP Momentum and our new CIMA programmes address that everybody is different and has different needs when studying plus the option to study In Centre, via the Online Classroom Live or Online Classroom offers greater flexibility than ever before. You can even mix and match between study modes per paper to suit you.

How to create the best CIMA 2015 schedule for you.
We appreciate that you may be part way through the qualification so it’s important that you understand CIMA’s rules around what this means in terms of the next papers you need to study and the exams you will need to sit in the new syllabus. The good news here is that any papers passed in the current syllabus do not need to be taken again in 2015. To help clarify your next steps we recommend you use our guide to plan what to do next, and ensure that by results day you know what to do. We would recommend that you plan a levels worth of study at a time and book your programmes as early as possible. This way you will ensure that you have secured your place, you can start to plan your time and are in the best place to progress at a good pace.

We recommend you follow these steps.
• Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - you can study for all your exams via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams • Select Objective Tests (OT) programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - an advantage of the OT exam format and the exams being on demand is that you can progress at the pace that suits you, as you can study for one or more OT exams at a time • You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

Target ICS date
Number of OTs remaining I only have my Integrated Case Study to complete the level February
You have time to study towards the ICS exam sitting in February. Our ICS courses start at the beginning of January. Studying for your OT exam will take you 6-8 weeks including the exam to complete. You will then need to study towards the ICS exam (another 6-8 weeks). Our schedules do enable you to aim towards the February ICS sitting but we advise it would be better to aim for the May ICS sitting. Studying for 2 OT exams will take you 6-8 weeks, including the exam to complete. Our schedules enable you to study 2 OTs at the same time, but you then need to study towards your ICS exam (another 6-8 weeks). We would not recommend aiming for February - it would be better to aim for the May ICS sitting

May

August

You have lots of time to study towards the ICS exam sitting in May. Our ICS courses start at the end of March.

You have lots of time to study towards the ICS exam sitting in August. Our ICS courses start at the end of June.

I have 1 paper remaining to complete the level

Studying for your OT exam will take you 6-8 weeks, including the exam to complete. You should be able to do this in good time to start studying towards the ICS exam in May. This is the optimum plan for anyone with 1 OT remaining.

You have lots of time to study for and pass 1 OT exam in time for the August ICS sitting. This option is a good plan if you have other commitments and would like to flex their studies around them.

I have 2 papers remaining to complete the level

Our schedules enable you to can study for and pass 2 OT exams in time to start the ICS course towards the May exam sitting. This is a good plan for anyone with 2 OT exams remaining.

You have lots of time to study for and pass 2 OT exams (one at a time) to start the ICS course towards the August exam sitting, and our study schedules enable you to do this. This is a good plan for anyone with 2 OT exams remaining.

I have 3 papers remaining to complete the level

Studying for 3 OT exams will take you 6-8 weeks, including the exam to complete. Our schedules enable you to study 3 OTs at the same time, but then need to study towards your ICS exam (another 6-8 weeks). We would not recommend aiming for February - it would be better to aim for the May ICS sitting.

Our study schedules enable you to study for and pass 3 OT exams in time to start the ICS course towards the May sitting - you would need to study for all 3 OTs at the same time. We have a fast track schedule via Online Classroom Live and in our London centres that will enable you to do this.

You can study for and pass 3 OT exams before the ICS course towards the August sitting starts. This is a good plan for anyone starting a new Level, although aiming for the November ICS sitting and giving yourself a bit more breathing space is a good idea too.

Personalised progression through the CIMA qualification.
We have created flexible study schedules that allow you to progress through the levels in the most appropriate way for you, from an accelerated 3-4 month route to 12 months per level – there is a breadth of options available. All routes provide you with structure, but more flexibility than ever before. You can mix and match between the different modes e.g. E pillar via Online Classroom, F & P pillar via Online Classroom Live OT papers and ICS via In Centre Classroom – we offer the choice to study multiple papers because our scheduling has been designed so the programmes offered via the different modes complement each other and you have the option to attend Online Classroom Live and In Centre Classroom sessions on weekdays, at the weekend and in the evenings in some centres. The routes below are based on mixing and matching study modes, however we also have routes that are based on studying using the same mode of study.

Standard Route 1 (can be adjusted to target any ICS sitting).
Target Case Study sittings nine months apart, sequential OT programme.
Jan 2015 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept ICS Results Oct Nov Dec

OT Programmes & CBAs OT Programmes and CBAs cont ICS Prog & Exam cont ICS Programme & Exam

ICS Programme & Exam ICS Results

OT Programmes & CBAs
ICS Prog & Exam

You would have a break of approx. 6-8 weeks between sitting your ICS exam and the next level’s OT programme starting. In this example the first break is from the exam in mid August to programmes starting in October • All programmes would be studied one-at-a-time • Exam complete in under 2 1/2 years • You can progress faster by mixing and matching study modes

2016

OT Programmes and CBAs

2017

ICS Results

Standard Route 2 (showing August, but can target any ICS sitting).
Target Case Study sittings twelve months apart, sequential OT programme.
Jan 2015 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept ICS Results ICS Results ICS Results Oct Nov Dec

You would have a break of approx. 3-4 months between sitting their ICS exam and the next level’s OT programme starting • Time period over which OTs are studied could be extended (and break reduced) • All programmes would be studied one-at-a-time • Exam complete in under 3 years

OT Programmes & CBAs

ICS Programme & Exam ICS Programme & Exam ICS Programme & Exam

2016

OT Programmes & CBAs

2017

OT Programmes & CBAs

Fast Track Route
Target Case Study sittings six months apart, parallel OT programme.
Jan 2015 Feb Mar Apr May Jun ICS Results ICS Results Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec ICS Results

If you want to complete a whole level in 6 months this route is the most appropriate for you • All OTs would be studied at the same time • Exam complete in 1 1/2 years

OT Programmes & CBAs

ICS Programme & Exam ICS Programme & Exam

OT Programmes & CBAs

ICS Programme & Exam

2016

OT Programmes & CBAs

Taught, Revision and Exam Practice are now combined into one effective programme.
All our study modes include:
• A combined programme with Taught, Revision and Exam Practice included • A personalised Achievement Ladder to track your progression through the papers identifying your strengths and weaknesses • Comprehensive online learning activities and resources, including question feedback; access to up to 400 questions available for every paper and over 1,000 explanations and expert led recorded lectures • Access to tutors for technical queries, personal feedback and support • Access to focus sessions that cover specific problems including technical areas, Achievement Ladder steps and key exam-related topics via online webinars • World class study materials • Lifetime Pass Assurance* for all papers • Free Professional Development courses when booking 2 papers

In Centre Classroom
In Centre Classroom is ideal for studying at a steady pace with specific study times at a particular location. Our expert tutors bring passion, enthusiasm and industry experience to the classroom making sessions highly engaging and motivational. You will be supported by your tutor who you can contact in class and whenever you need their advice, plus you will also have access to a library of online content with a comprehensive suite of online lectures.

Online Classroom Live
Our award-winning Online Classroom Live lets you study wherever you have internet access, and is ideal if you like the discipline and motivation of a structured and timetabled course and can commit to scheduled sessions. The live and engaging, interactive webinars delivered by one of our expert tutors are all recorded, so you can watch any you miss. There’s also a library of online content which includes a comprehensive suite of online lectures.

Online Classroom
Online Classroom gives you the flexibility of studying whenever and wherever you want, combined with the support of a dedicated tutor. All programmes have a start date and study guidance to provide structure, but you set the pace, with access to the library of online content including a comprehensive suite of lectures recorded by BPP experts so you have access to BPP tutor explanations whenever you need them, plus forums so you can interact with your tutor and fellow students.

Certificate Level
C01 - Fundamentals of Management Accounting Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street 10 Feb Liverpool Street 13 Apr Waterloo 8 Jun Liverpool Street 5 Oct Waterloo 7 Dec Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Waterloo 10 Jan Liverpool Street 7 Mar Waterloo 9 May Fitzwilliam House 8 Aug Waterloo 3 Oct Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street 5 Jan 7 Jan 16 Feb 18 Feb 23 Jun 25 Jun 15 Sep 17 Sep 2 Nov 4 Nov Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP C02 - Fundamentals of Financial Accounting Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo 5 Jan 18 May 3 Aug 26 Oct Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP

11 Feb 14 Apr 9 Jun 6 Oct 8 Dec 17 Jan 14 Mar 16 May 15 Aug 10 Oct 12 Jan 14 Jan 23 Feb 25 Feb 30 Jun 2 Jul 22 Sep 24 Sep 9 Nov 11 Nov

12 Feb 15 Apr 10 Jun 7 Oct 9 Dec 24 Jan 21 Mar 23 May 22 Aug 17 Oct 19 Jan 21 Jan 2 Mar 4 Mar 7 Jul 9 Jul 29 Sep 1 Oct 16 Nov 18 Nov

13 Feb 16 Apr 11 Jun 8 Oct 10 Dec 31 Jan 28 Mar 30 May 29 Aug 24 Oct 26 Jan 28 Jan 9 Mar 11 Mar 14 Jul 16 Jul 6 Oct 8 Oct 23 Nov 25 Nov

465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465

6 Jan 19 May 4 Aug 27 Oct

7 Jan 20 May 5 Aug 28 Oct

8 Jan 21 May 6 Aug 29 Oct

9 Jan 22 May 7 Aug 30 Oct

465 465 465 465

Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Fitzwilliam House 21 Feb Liverpool Street 18 Apr Waterloo 20 Jun Fitzwilliam House 19 Sep Liverpool Street 7 Nov Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo 6 Jan 8 Jan 30 Mar 1 Apr 26 May 28 May 4 Aug 6 Aug 27 Oct 29 Oct 28 Feb 25 Apr 27 Jun 26 Sep 14 Nov 13 Jan 15 Jan 7 Apr 8 Apr 2 Jun 4 Jun 11 Aug 13 Aug 3 Nov 5 Nov 7 Mar 2 May 4 Jul 3 Oct 21 Nov 20 Jan 22 Jan 13 Apr 15 Apr 9 Jun 11 Jun 18 Aug 20 Aug 10 Nov 12 Nov 14 Mar 9 May 11 Jul 10 Oct 28 Nov 27 Jan 29 Jan 20 Apr 22 Apr 16 Jun 18 Jun 25 Aug 27 Aug 17 Nov 19 Nov 21 Mar 16 May 18 Jul 17 Oct 5 Dec 3 Feb 5 Feb 27 Apr 29 Apr 23 Jun 25 Jun 1 Sep 3 Sep 24 Nov 26 Nov 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465

Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 9 Mar 11 Mar 15 Jun 17 Jun 21 Sep 23 Sep 16 Mar 18 Mar 22 Jun 24 Jun 28 Sep 30 Sep 23 Mar 25 Mar 29 Jun 1 Jul 5 Oct 7 Oct 30 Mar 1 Apr 6 Jul 8 Jul 12 Oct 14 Oct 355 355 355

Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 12 Jan 15 Jan 20 Apr 22 Apr 14 Sep 16 Sep 19 Jan 21 Jan 27 Apr 29 Apr 21 Sep 23 Sep 26 Jan 28 Jan 5 May 6 May 28 Sep 30 Sep 2 Feb 4 Feb 11 May 13 May 5 Oct 7 Oct 9 Feb 11 Feb 18 May 20 May 12 Oct 14 Oct 355 355 355

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams • You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Certificate Level
C03 - Fundamentals of Business Mathematics Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Waterloo 26 Jan Liverpool St 29 Apr Waterloo 24 Jun Liverpool St 24 Aug Liverpool St 9 Nov Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Fitzwilliam House 11 Apr Waterloo 8 Aug Fitzwilliam House 7 Nov Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St Waterloo Liverpool St Waterloo 23 Feb 25 Feb 19 May 21 May 14 Jul 16 Jul 21 Sep 23 Sep 24 Nov 26 Nov Day 2 Day 3 Fee GBP

27 Jan 30 Apr 25 Jun 25 Aug 10 Nov 18 Apr 15 Aug 14 Nov 2 Mar 4 Mar 26 May 28 May 21 Jul 23 Jul 28 Sep 30 Sep 1 Dec 3 Dec

28 Jan 1 May 26 Jun 26 Aug 11 Nov 25 Apr 22 Aug 21 Nov 9 Mar 11 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 28 Jul 30 Jul 5 Oct 7 Oct 8 Dec 10 Dec

465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465

Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 19 Jan 21 Jan 5 May 7 May 3 Aug 5 Aug 9 Nov 11 Nov 26 Jan 28 Jan 12 May 14 May 10 Aug 12 Aug 16 Nov 18 Nov 2 Feb 4 Feb 19 May 21 May 17 Aug 19 Aug 23 Nov 25 Nov 355 355 355 355

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams • You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Certificate Level
C04 - Fundamentals of Business Economics Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo 23 Mar 15 Sep Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP C05 - Fundamentals of Ethics, Corporate Governance & Business Law Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Waterloo 2 Mar Liverpool Street 13 Jul Waterloo 17 Nov Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool Street Fitzwilliam House Waterloo 24 Jan 27 Jun 14 Nov Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP

24 Mar 16 Sep

25 Mar 17 Sep

26 Mar 18 Sep

465 465

Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Waterloo 17 Jan Liverpool Street 21 Mar Fitzwilliam House 16 May Waterloo 18 Jul Fitzwilliam House 3 Oct Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street 31 Mar 2 Apr 22 Jun 24 Jun 26 Oct 28 Oct 24 Jan 28 Mar 23 May 25 Jul 10 Oct 7 Apr 9 Apr 29 Jun 1 Jul 2 Nov 4 Nov 31 Jan 11 Apr 30 May 1 Aug 17 Oct 14 Apr 16 Apr 6 Jul 8 Jul 9 Nov 11 Nov 7 Feb 18 Apr 6 Jun 8 Aug 24 Oct 21 Apr 23 Apr 13 Jul 15 Jul 16 Nov 18 Nov 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465

3 Mar 14 Jul 18 Nov 31 Jan 4 Jul 21 Nov

4 Mar 15 Jul 19 Nov 7 Feb 11 Jul 28 Nov

5 Mar 16 Jul 20 Nov 14 Feb 18 Jul 5 Dec

465 465 465 465 465 465

Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo 5 Jan 7 Jan 3 Mar 5 Mar 12 May 14 May 3 Aug 5 Aug 29 Sep 1 Oct 12 Jan 14 Jan 10 Mar 12 Mar 19 May 21 May 10 Aug 12 Aug 6 Oct 8 Oct 19 Jan 21 Jan 17 Mar 19 Mar 26 May 28 May 17 Aug 19 Aug 13 Oct 15 Oct 26 Jan 28 Jan 24 Mar 26 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 24 Aug 26 Aug 20 Oct 22 Oct 465 465 465 465 465

Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 20 Jan 22 Jan 28 Apr 30 Apr 4 Aug 6 Aug 10 Nov 12 Nov 27 Jan 29 Jan 5 May 7 May 11 Aug 13 Aug 17 Nov 19 Nov 3 Feb 5 Feb 12 May 14 May 18 Aug 20 Aug 24 Nov 26 Nov 10 Feb 12 Feb 19 May 21 May 25 Aug 27 Aug 1 Dec 3 Dec 355 355 355 355

Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 20 Jan 22 Jan 10 Mar 12 Mar 16 Jun 18 Jun 22 Sep 24 Sep 27 Jan 29 Jan 17 Mar 19 Mar 23 Jun 25 Jun 29 Sep 1 Oct 3 Feb 5 Feb 24 Mar 26 Mar 30 Jun 2 Jul 6 Oct 8 Oct 10 Feb 12 Feb 31 Mar 2 Apr 7 Jul 9 Jul 13 Oct 15 Oct 355 355 355 355

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams • You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Operational Level
E1 - Organisational Management Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street 5 May Waterloo 19 Oct Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP P1 - Management Accounting Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Waterloo 19 Jan Liverpool Street 29 Jun Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP F1 - Financial Reporting and Taxation Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Waterloo 9 Mar Liverpool Street 24 Aug Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP

11 May 26 Oct

26 May 9 Nov

1 Jun 16 Nov 14 Feb 11 Apr 1 Aug 26 Sep 10 Feb 12 Feb 5 May 7 May 4 Aug 6 Aug 7 Apr 9 Apr 22 Jun 24 Jun 22 Sep 24 Sep 7 Dec 9 Dec

765 765 765 765 765 765 765 765 765

26 Jan 6 Jul

2 Feb 20 Jul

9 Feb 27 Jul 11 Apr 6 Jun 26 Sep 21 Nov 24 Feb 26 Feb 19 May 21 May 18 Aug 20 Aug 2 Mar 4 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 17 Aug 19 Aug 17 Nov 19 Nov

765 765

16 Mar 1 Sep

30 Mar 14 Sep

7 Apr 21 Sep 14 Feb 6 Jun 1 Aug 21 Nov 3 Mar 5 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 1 Sep 3 Sep 10 Feb 12 Feb 27 Apr 29 Apr 28 Jul 30 Jul 12 Oct 14 Oct

765 765 765 765 765 765 765 765 765

Liverpool Street 24 Jan 31 Jan 7 Feb Croydon 21 Mar 28 Mar 3 Apr Waterloo 11 Jul 18 Jul 25 Jul Croydon 5 Sep 12 Sep 19 Sep Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Waterloo Waterloo Liverpool Street 18 Jan 29 Mar 28 Jun 17 Mar 19 Mar 26 May 27 May 1 Sep 3 Sep 9 Nov 11 Nov 20 Jan 22 Jan 31 Mar 2 Apr 30 Jun 2 Jul 24 Mar 26 Mar 1 Jun 3 Jun 8 Sep 10 Sep 16 Nov 18 Nov 8 Feb 4 May 2 Aug 31 Mar 2 Apr 15 Jun 17 Jun 15 Sep 17 Sep 30 Nov 2 Dec

Liverpool Street 21 Mar 28 Mar 3 Apr Croydon 16 May 23 May 30 May Waterloo 5 Sep 12 Sep 19 Sep Croydon 31 Oct 7 Nov 14 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 18 Jan 12 Apr 12 Jul 2 Feb 4 Feb 12 May 14 May 20 Jul 22 Jul 27 Oct 29 Oct 20 Jan 22 Jan 14 Apr 16 Apr 14 Jul 16 Jul 9 Feb 11 Feb 19 May 21 May 27 Jul 29 Jul 3 Nov 5 Nov 22 Feb 17 May 16 Aug 23 Feb 25 Feb 26 May 28 May 10 Aug 12 Aug 10 Nov 12 Nov

765 765 765 765 765 765

Croydon 24 Jan 31 Jan 7 Feb Liverpool Street 16 May 23 May 30 May Croydon 11 Jul 18 Jul 25 Jul Waterloo 31 Oct 7 Nov 14 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 1 Feb 26 Apr 26 Jul 20 Jan 22 Jan 30 Mar 1 Apr 7 Jul 9 Jul 14 Sep 16 Sep 3 Feb 5 Feb 28 Apr 30 Apr 28 Jul 30 Jul 27 Jan 29 Jan 7 Apr 8 Apr 14 Jul 16 Jul 21 Sep 23 Sep 1 Mar 31 May 31 Aug 3 Feb 5 Feb 20 Apr 22 Apr 21 Jul 23 Jul 5 Oct 7 Oct

Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo 765 765 765 765

Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street

765 765 765 765

Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo

765 765 765 765

Online Classroom Live Weekday Morning 8.30 - 11.15 UK Time 16 Mar 18 Mar Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 31 Aug 2 Sep 23 Mar 25 Mar 7 Sep 9 Sep 7 Apr 8 Apr 21 Sep 23 Sep 13 Apr 15 Apr 28 Sep 30 Sep 590

Online Classroom Live Weekday Morning 8.30 - 11.15 UK Time 11 May 13 May Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 26 Oct 28 Oct 18 May 20 May 2 Nov 4 Nov 1 Jun 3 Jun 16 Nov 18 Nov 8 Jun 10 Jun 23 Nov 25 Nov 590

Online Classroom Live Weekday Morning 8.30 - 11.15 UK Time 19 Jan 21 Jan Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 7 Jul 9 Jul 26 Jan 28 Jan 14 Jul 16 Jul 9 Feb 11 Feb 26 Jul 30 Jul 16 Feb 18 Feb 4 Aug 6 Aug 590

590

590

590

Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 16 May 23 May 30 May Option 2 31 Oct 7 Nov 14 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 3 Feb 5 Feb 28 Apr 30 Apr 28 Jul Option 3 30 Jul Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 Option 1 Option 2 20 Jan 22 Jan 30 Jun 2 Jul 8 Feb 3 May 2 Aug 27 Jan 29 Jan 7 Jul 9 Jul 3 Mar 5 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 1 Sep 3 Sep 3 Feb 5 Feb 21 Jul 23 Jul 6 Jun 21 Nov 8 Mar 7 Jun 6 Sep 10 Feb 12 Feb 28 Jul 30 Jul 590 590 590 590 590

Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 24 Jan 31 Jan 7 Feb Option 2 11 Jul 18 Jul 25 Jul Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 18 Jan 20 Jan 22 Jan 6 Apr 5 Jul 17 Mar 19 Mar 1 Sep 3 Sep 10 Feb 12 Feb 5 May 7 May 4 Aug 6 Aug 31 Mar 2 Apr 15 Sep 17 Sep 14 Feb 1 Aug 15 Feb 10 May 9 Aug 7 Apr 9 Apr 22 Sep 24 Sep 590 590 590 590 590

Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 21 Mar 28 Mar 4 Apr Option 2 5 Sep 12 Sep 19 Sep Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 25 Jan 27 Jan 29 Jan 19 Apr 19 Jul 12 May 14 May 27 Oct 29 Oct 24 Feb 26 Feb 19 May 21 May 18 Aug 20 Aug 26 May 28 May 10 Nov 12 Nov 11 Apr 26 Sep 1 Mar 24 May 23 Aug 2 Jun 4 Jun 17 Nov 19 Nov 590 590 590 590 590

31 Mar 2 Apr 30 Jun Option 3 2 Jul Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 10 Mar 12 Mar 25 Aug 27 Aug

14 Apr 16 Apr 14 Jul Option 3 16 Jul Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 2 5 May 7 May 20 Oct 22 Oct

590 590

590 590

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We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams • You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Operational Level - Integrated Case Study
Integrated Case Study February Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 15 Jan 10 Jan Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 21 Jan 17 Jan 28 Jan 24 Jan 4 Feb 31 Jan 11 Feb 7 Feb 1195 1195 Liverpool St 16 Feb 20 Feb 180 Final Mock Day 1 Live Debrief * Fee GBP

Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time

Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time

Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 19 Jan 20 Jan 22 Jan 26 Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 3 Feb 5 Feb 12 Feb 980

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time Submit by 16 Feb Live Debrief* 20 Feb Fee GBP 180

Integrated Case Study May Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 1 Apr Liverpool St 2 Apr Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool St 28 Mar Liverpool St 29 Mar Croydon 29 Mar Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 31 Mar 2 Apr

Final Mock Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 8 Apr 9 Apr 3 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 12 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 19 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 26 Apr 1195 1195 1195 1195 1195 Liverpool St 5 May Liverpool St 6 May Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 5 May 6 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 180 180 180 180 Day 1 Live Debrief * Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 7 Apr 9 Apr 14 Apr 16 Apr 21 Apr 23 Apr 30 Apr 980 Submit by 4 May * Live Debrief 13.00 -15.45 UK Time Live Debrief* 7 May 180

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams

• You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Operational Level - Integrated Case Study
Integrated Case Study August Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 1 Jul Liverpool St 2 Jul Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool St 27 Jun Liverpool St 28 Jun Croydon 28 Jun Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 30 Jun 2 Jul Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP In Centre Classroom Morning UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St Afternoon UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St Final Mock Day 1 9.00 - 12.45 3 Aug 4 Aug 3 Aug 4 Aug Live Debrief * 8.30 - 11.15 6 Aug 6 Aug 6 Aug 6 Aug 180 180 180 180 Fee GBP

8 Jul 9 Jul 4 Jul 5 Jul 5 Jul

15 Jul 16 Jul 11 Jul 12 Jul 12 Jul

22 Jul 23 Jul 18 Jul 19 Jul 19 Jul

29 Jul 30 Jul 25 Jul 26 Jul 26 Jul

1195 1195 1195 1195 1195

Online Classroom Live Weekday 8.30 - 11.15 UK Time 7 Jul 9 Jul 14 Jul 16 Jul 21 Jul 23 Jul 30 Jul 980 Submit by 3 Aug Live Debrief 6 Aug 180

Integrated Case Study November Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 30 Sep Liverpool St 1 Oct Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool St 26 Sep Liverpool St 27 Sep Croydon 27 Sep Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 29 Sep 1 Oct Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP

Final Mock Day 1 In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 7 Oct 8 Oct 3 Oct 4 Oct 4 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 10 Oct 11 Oct 11 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 18 Oct 28 Oct 29 Oct 24 Oct 25 Oct 25 Oct 1195 1195 1195 1195 1195 Liverpool St Liverpool St Liverpool St Liverpool St 2 Nov 5 Nov 3 Nov 5 Nov Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time 2 Nov 3 Nov 5 Nov 5 Nov 180 180 180 180 Live Debrief * Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 6 Oct 8 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct 20 Oct 22 Oct 29 Oct 980 Submit by 2 Nov * Live Debrief 13.00 -15.45 UK Time Live Debrief* 5 Nov 180

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams

• You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Management Level
E2 - Project and Relationship Management Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street 20 Jan Waterloo 7 Jul Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP P2 - Advanced Management Accounting Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street 17 Mar Waterloo 1 Sep Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP F2 - Advanced Financial Reporting Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Waterloo 12 May Liverpool Street 27 Oct Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP

27 Jan 14 Jul

10 Feb 28 Jul

17 Feb 4 Aug 22 Feb 18 Apr 9 Aug 3 Oct 3 Mar 5 Mar 26 May 28 May 25 Aug 27 Aug 10 Mar 12 Mar 8 Jun 10 Jun 25 Aug 27 Aug 23 Nov 25 Nov

830 830 830 830 830 830 830 830 830

24 Mar 8 Sep

7 Apr 22 Sep

14 Apr 29 Sep 19 Apr 13 Jun 4 Oct 28 Nov 10 Mar 12 Mar 9 Jun 11 Jun 8 Sep 10 Sep 16 Feb 18 Feb 5 May 7 May 3 Aug 5 Aug 20 Oct 22 Oct

830 830 830 830 830 830 830 830 830

19 May 3 Nov

2 Jun 17 Nov

9 Jun 24 Nov 21 Feb 14 Jun 8 Aug 29 Nov 17 Feb 19 Feb 12 May 14 May 11 Aug 13 Aug 13 Apr 15 Apr 30 Jun 2 Jul 28 Sep 30 Sep 15 Dec 17 Dec

830 830 830 830 830 830 830 830 830

Croydon 1 Feb 8 Feb 15 Feb Waterloo 28 Mar 3 Apr 11 Apr Croydon 19 Jul 26 Jul 2 Aug Liverpool Street 12 Sep 19 Sep 26 Sep Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo 10 Feb 12 Feb 18 May 20 May 28 Jul 30 Jul 2 Nov 4 Nov 17 Feb 19 Feb 26 May 27 May 4 Aug 6 Aug 9 Nov 11 Nov 3 Mar 5 Mar 1 Jun 3 Jun 18 Aug 20 Aug 16 Nov 18 Nov 25 Jan 19 Apr 19 Jul 27 Jan 29 Jan 21 Apr 23 Apr 21 Jul 23 Jul 1 Mar 25 May 23 Aug

Croydon 29 Mar 6 Apr 12 Apr Liverpool Street 23 May 30 May 6 Jun Croydon 13 Sep 20 Sep 27 Sep Waterloo 7 Nov 14 Nov 21 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 8 Feb 4 May 2 Aug 26 Jan 28 Jan 7 Apr 9 Apr 13 Jul 15 Jul 22 Sep 24 Sep 10 Feb 12 Feb 5 May 7 May 4 Aug 6 Aug 2 Feb 4 Feb 14 Apr 16 Apr 20 Jul 22 Jul 29 Sep 1 Oct 8 Mar 7 Jun 6 Sep 9 Feb 11 Feb 28 Apr 30 Apr 27 Jul 29 Jul 13 Oct 15 Oct

Waterloo 31 Jan 7 Feb 14 Feb Croydon 25 May 31 May 7 Jun Liverpool Street 18 Jul 25 Jul 1 Aug Croydon 8 Nov 15 Nov 22 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 18 Jan 6 Apr 5 Jul 23 Mar 25 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 7 Sep 9 Sep 17 Nov 19 Nov 20 Jan 22 Jan 7 Apr 9 Apr 7 Jul 9 Jul 30 Mar 1 Apr 9 Jun 11 Jun 14 Sep 16 Sep 24 Nov 26 Nov 15 Feb 10 May 9 Aug 7 Apr 8 Apr 23 Jun 25 Jun 21 Sep 23 Sep 8 Dec 10 Dec

830 830 830 830

Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street

830 830 830 830

Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo

830 830 830 830

Online Classroom Live Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 27 Jan 29 Jan 14 Jul Option 2 16 Jul Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 3 Feb 5 Feb 21 Jul 23 Jul 17 Feb 19 Feb 4 Aug 6 Aug 24 Feb 26 Feb 11 Aug 13 Aug 18 Apr 3 Oct 8 Mar 31 May 30 Aug 8 Jun 10 Jun 23 Nov 25 Nov 660 660 660 660 660 660 660

Online Classroom Live Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 24 Mar 26 Mar 8 Sep Option 2 10 Sep Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 31 Mar 2 Apr 15 Sep 17 Sep 14 Apr 16 Apr 29 Sep 1 Oct 21 Apr 23 Apr 6 Oct 8 Oct 13 Jun 28 Nov 15 Mar 14 Jun 13 Sep 16 Feb 18 Feb 3 Aug 5 Aug 660 660 660 660 660 660 660

Online Classroom Live Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 19 May 21 May 3 Nov Option 2 5 Nov Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 2 Jun 4 Jun 10 Nov 12 Nov 9 Jun 11 Jun 24 Nov 26 Nov 16 Jun 18 Jun 1 Dec 3 Dec 21 Feb 8 Aug 22 Feb 17 May 16 Aug 13 Apr 15 Apr 28 Sep 30 Sep 660 660 660 660 660 660 660

Option 1 28 Mar 4 Apr 11 Apr Option 2 12 Sep 19 Sep 26 Sep Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 27 Jan 29 Jan 21 Apr Option 2 23 Apr 21 Jul Option 3 23 Jul Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 1 Option 2 11 May 13 May 26 Oct 28 Oct 1 Feb 26 Apr 26 Jul 18 May 20 May 2 Nov 4 Nov 3 Mar 5 Mar 26 May 28 May 25 Aug 27 Aug 1 Jun 3 Jun 16 Nov 18 Nov

Option 1 23 May 30 May 6 Jun Option 2 7 Nov 14 Nov 21 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 10 Feb 12 Feb 6 May Option 2 7 May 4 Aug Option 3 6 Aug Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 1 Option 2 19 Jan 21 Jan 6 Jul 8 Jul 15 Feb 10 May 9 Aug 26 Jan 28 Jan 13 Jul 15 Jul 10 Mar 12 Mar 9 Jun 11 Jun 8 Sep 10 Sep 9 Feb 11 Feb 27 Jul 29 Jul

Option 1 31 Jan 7 Feb 14 Feb Option 2 18 Jul 25 Jul 1 Aug Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 20 Jan 22 Jan 7 Apr Option 2 9 Apr 7 Jul Option 3 9 Jul Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 1 Option 2 16 Mar 18 Mar 31 Aug 2 Sep 25 Jan 12 Apr 12 Jul 23 Mar 25 Mar 7 Sep 9 Sep 17 Feb 19 Feb 12 May 14 May 11 Aug 13 Aug 7 Apr 8 Apr 21 Sep 23 Sep

660 660

660 660

660 660

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams • You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Management Level - Integrated Case Study
Integrated Case Study May Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 9 Apr Liverpool St 10 Apr Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Croydon Liverpool St Liverpool St Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 7 Apr 9 Apr 14 Apr 16 Apr 21 Apr 23 Apr 28 Apr 30 Apr 7 May 1070 3 Apr 3 Apr 6 Apr Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 16 Apr 17 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 18 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 30 Apr 1 May 25 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 7 May 8 May 2 May 2 May 4 May 1295 1295 1295 1295 1295 Liverpool St 11 May Liverpool St 12 May Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 11 May 12 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 180 180 180 180 Final Mock Day 1 Live Debrief* Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time Submit by 11 May * Live Debrief 13.00 -15.45 UK Time Live Debrief* 14 May 180

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams

• You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Management Level - Integrated Case Study
Integrated Case Study August Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 9 Jul Liverpool St 10 Jul Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Croydon 4 Jul Liverpool St 4 Jul Liverpool St 5 Jul Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 7 Jul 9 Jul Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 16 Jul 17 Jul 11 Jul 11 Jul 12 Jul 23 Jul 24 Jul 18 Jul 18 Jul 19 Jul 30 Jul 31 Jul 25 Jul 25 Jul 26 Jul 6 Aug 7 Aug 1 Aug 1 Aug 2 Aug 1295 1295 1295 1295 1295 Liverpool St 10 Aug Liverpool St 11 Aug Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 10 Aug 11 Aug 13 Aug 13 Aug 13 Aug 13 Aug 180 180 180 180 Final Mock Day 1 Live Debrief* Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 14 Jul 16 Jul 21 Jul 23 Jul 28 Jul 30 Jul 6 Aug 1070 Submit by 10 Aug Live Debrief* 13 Aug 180

Integrated Case Study November Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 8 Oct Liverpool St 9 Oct Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Croydon 3 Oct Liverpool St 3 Oct Liverpool St 4 Oct Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 6 Oct 8 Oct Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP

Final Mock Day 1 In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 15 Oct 16 Oct 10 Oct 10 Oct 11 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 17 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 29 Oct 30 Oct 24 Oct 24 Oct 25 Oct 5 Nov 6 Nov 31 Oct 31 Oct 1 Nov 1295 1295 1295 1295 1295 Liverpool St 9 Nov Liverpool St 10 Nov Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 9 Nov 10 Nov 12 Nov 12 Nov 12 Nov 12 Nov 180 180 180 180 Live Debrief* Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 13 Oct 15 Oct 20 Oct 22 Oct 27 Oct 29 Oct 5 Nov 1070 Submit by 9 Nov * Live Debrief 13.00 -15.45 UK Time Live Debrief* 12 Nov 180

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams

• You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Strategic Level
E3 Strategic Management Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Waterloo 25 Mar Liverpool Street 9 Sep Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP P3 Risk Management Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street 20 May Waterloo 4 Nov Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP F3 Financial Strategy Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool Street 28 Jan Waterloo 15 Jul Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Fee GBP

1 Apr 16 Sep

15 Apr 30 Sep

22 Apr 7 Oct 25 Apr 20 Jun 10 Oct 5 Dec 17 Mar 19 Mar 16 Jun 18 Jun 15 Sep 17 Sep 24 Feb 26 Feb 11 May 13 May 11 Aug 13 Aug 26 Oct 28 Oct

895 895 895 895 895 895 895 895 895

27 May 11 Nov

10 Jun 25 Nov

17 Jun 2 Dec 28 Feb 20 Jun 15 Aug 5 Dec 24 Feb 26 Feb 19 May 21 May 18 Aug 20 Aug 21 Apr 23 Apr 6 Jul 8 Jul 6 Oct 8 Oct 14 Dec 16 Dec

895 895 895 895 895 895 895 895 895

4 Feb 22 Jul

18 Feb 5 Aug

25 Feb 12 Aug 28 Feb 25 Apr 15 Aug 10 Oct 10 Mar 12 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 1 Sep 3 Sep 16 Mar 18 Mar 16 Jun 18 Jun 1 Sep 2 Sep 1 Dec 3 Dec

895 895 895 895 895 895 895 895 895

Croydon 3 Apr 11 Apr 18 Apr Waterloo 30 May 6 Jun 13 Jun Croydon 19 Sep 26 Sep 3 Oct Liverpool Street 14 Nov 21 Nov 28 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street 3 Feb 5 Feb 13 Apr 15 Apr 21 Jul 23 Jul 28 Sep 30 Sep 10 Feb 12 Feb 20 Apr 22 Apr 28 Jul 30 Jul 5 Oct 7 Oct 17 Feb 19 Feb 5 May 6 May 4 Aug 6 Aug 19 Oct 21 Oct 15 Feb 10 May 9 Aug 17 Feb 19 Feb 12 May 14 May 11 Aug 13 Aug 15 Mar 14 Jun 13 Sep

Liverpool Street 7 Feb 14 Feb 21 Feb Croydon 30 May 6 Jun 13 Jun Waterloo 25 Jul 1 Aug 8 Aug Croydon 14 Nov 21 Nov 28 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 25 Jan 12 Apr 12 Jul 31 Mar 2 Apr 8 Jun 10 Jun 15 Sep 17 Sep 23 Nov 25 Nov 27 Jan 29 Jan 14 Apr 16 Apr 14 Jul 16 Jul 7 Apr 9 Apr 15 Jun 17 Jun 22 Sep 24 Sep 30 Nov 2 Dec 22 Feb 17 May 16 Aug 14 Apr 16 Apr 29 Jun 1 Jul 29 Sep 1 Oct 7 Dec 9 Dec

Croydon 7 Feb 14 Feb 21 Feb Waterloo 3 Apr 11 Apr 18 Apr Croydon 25 Jul 1 Aug 8 Aug Liverpool Street 19 Sep 26 Sep 3 Oct Weekend and Evening 09.30 - 16.30 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 1 Feb 26 Apr 26 Jul 16 Feb 18 Feb 26 May 28 May 3 Aug 5 Aug 10 Nov 12 Nov 3 Feb 5 Feb 28 Apr 30 Apr 28 Jul 30 Jul 23 Feb 25 Feb 2 Jun 4 Jun 10 Aug 12 Aug 17 Nov 19 Nov 8 Mar 31 May 31 Aug 9 Mar 11 Mar 9 Jun 11 Jun 24 Aug 26 Aug 24 Nov 26 Nov

895 895 895 895

Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo

895 895 895 895

Waterloo Liverpool Street Waterloo Liverpool Street

895 895 895 895

Online Classroom Live Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 26 May 28 May 9 Nov Option 2 11 Nov Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 2 Jun 4 Jun 16 Nov 18 Nov 16 Jun 18 Jun 30 Nov 2 Dec 23 Jun 25 Jun 7 Dec 9 Dec 28 Feb 15 Aug 1 Mar 25 May 23 Aug 21 Apr 23 Apr 6 Oct 8 Oct 730 730 730 730 730 730 730

Online Classroom Live Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 2 Feb 4 Feb 20 Jul Option 2 22 Jul Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 9 Feb 11 Feb 27 Jul 29 Jul 23 Feb 25 Feb 10 Aug 12 Aug 2 Mar 4 Mar 17 Aug 19 Aug 2 May 10 Oct 15 Mar 7 Jun 6 Sep 16 Jun 18 Jun 1 Dec 3 Dec 730 730 730 730 730 730 730

Online Classroom Live Weekday afternoon 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 30 Mar 1 Apr 14 Sep Option 2 16 Sep Weekend 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Option 1 6 Apr 8 Apr 21 Sep 23 Sep 20 Apr 22 Apr 5 Oct 7 Oct 27 Apr 29 Apr 12 Oct 14 Oct 20 Jun 5 Dec 22 Mar 21 Jun 20 Sep 24 Feb 26 Feb 11 Aug 13 Aug 730 730 730 730 730 730 730

Option 1 7 Feb 14 Feb 21 Feb Option 2 25 Jul 1 Aug 8 Aug Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 27 Jan 29 Jan 14 Apr Option 2 16 Apr 14 Jul Option 3 16 Jul Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 1 Option 2 24 Mar 26 Mar 8 Sep 10 Sep 31 Jan 19 Apr 19 Jul 31 Mar 2 Apr 15 Sep 17 Sep 24 Feb 26 Feb 19 May 21 May 18 Aug 20 Aug 14 Apr 16 Apr 29 Sep 1 Oct

Option 1 11 Apr 18 Apr 25 Apr Option 2 19 Sep 26 Sep 3 Oct Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 3 Feb 5 Feb 28 Apr Option 2 30 Apr 28 Jul Option 3 30 Jul Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 1 Option 2 19 May 21 May 3 Nov 5 Nov 8 Feb 3 May 2 Aug 26 May 28 May 10 Nov 12 Nov 10 Mar 12 Mar 2 Jun 4 Jun 1 Sep 3 Sep 9 Jun 11 Jun 24 Nov 26 Nov

Option 1 30 May 6 Jun 13 Jun Option 2 14 Nov 21 Nov 28 Nov Weekend and Evening 09.00 - 16.15 and 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time 17 Feb 19 Feb 12 May Option 2 14 May 11 Aug Option 3 13 Aug Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 Option 1 Option 2 27 Jan 29 Jan 14 Jul 16 Jul 22 Feb 17 May 16 Aug 3 Feb 5 Feb 21 Jul 23 Jul 17 Mar 19 Mar 16 Jun 18 Jun 15 Sep 17 Sep 17 Feb 19 Feb 4 Aug 6 Aug

730 730

730 730

730 730

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams • You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Strategic Level - Integrated Case Study
Integrated Case Study March Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 30 Jan Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool St 24 Jan Liverpool St 25 Jan Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 27 Jan 29 Jan Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 6 Feb 31 Jan 1 Feb 13 Feb 7 Feb 8 Feb 20 Feb 14 Feb 15 Feb 27 Feb 21 Feb 22 Feb 1395 1395 1395 Liverpool St 2 Mar Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St 2 Mar 6 Mar 6 Mar 180 180 Final Mock Day 1 Live Debrief* Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 3 Feb 5 Feb 10 Feb 12 Feb 17 Feb 19 Feb 26 Feb 1160 Submit by 2 Mar Live Debrief* 6 Mar 180

Integrated Case Study May Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 13 Apr Liverpool St 17 Apr Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool St 11 Apr Liverpool St 12 Apr Croydon 12 Apr Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 13 Apr 15 Apr 20 Apr 24 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 19 Apr 27 Apr 1 May 25 Apr 26 Apr 26 Apr 4 May 8 May 2 May 4 May 4 May 11 May 15 May 9 May 10 May 10 May 1395 1395 1395 1395 1395 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP

Final Mock Day 1 In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time Liverpool St 18 May Liverpool St 19 May Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 18 May 19 May 22 May 22 May 22 May 22 May 180 180 180 180 Live Debrief* Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 20 Apr 22 Apr 27 Apr 29 Apr 4 May 6 May 14 May 1160 Submit by 18 May * Live Debrief 13.00 -15.45 UK Time Live Debrief 22 May 180

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams

• You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

Strategic Level - Integrated Case Study
Integrated Case Study August Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 13 Jul Liverpool St 17 Jul Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool St 11 Jul Liverpool St 12 Jul Croydon 12 Jul Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 14 Jul 16 Jul Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 20 Jul 24 Jul 18 Jul 19 Jul 19 Jul 27 Jul 31 Jul 25 Jul 26 Jul 26 Jul 3 Aug 7 Aug 1 Aug 2 Aug 2 Aug 10 Aug 14 Aug 8 Aug 9 Aug 9 Aug 1395 1395 1395 1395 1395 Liverpool St 17 Aug Liverpool St 18 Aug Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 17 Aug 18 Aug 20 Aug 20 Aug 20 Aug 20 Aug 180 180 180 180 Final Mock Day 1 Live Debrief* Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 21 Jul 23 Jul 28 Jul 30 Jul 4 Aug 6 Aug 13 Aug 1160 Submit by 17 Aug Live Debrief 20 Aug 180

Integrated Case Study November Day 1 In Centre Classroom Weekday 09.00 - 16.15 UK Time Liverpool St 12 Oct Liverpool St 16 Oct Weekend 09.30 - 16.30 UK Time Liverpool St 10 Oct Liverpool St 11 Oct Croydon 11 Oct Online Classroom Live Evening 18.00 - 20.45 UK Time Option 1 13 Oct 15 Oct Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Fee GBP

Final Mock Day 1 In Centre Classroom Morning 09.00 - 12.45 UK Time 19 Oct 23 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 18 Oct 26 Oct 30 Oct 24 Oct 25 Oct 25 Oct 2 Nov 6 Nov 31 Oct 1 Nov 1 Nov 9 Nov 13 Nov 7 Nov 8 Nov 8 Nov 1395 1395 1395 1395 1395 Liverpool St 16 Nov Liverpool St 17 Nov Afternoon 13.00 - 16.45 UK Time Liverpool St Liverpool St 16 Nov 17 Nov 19 Nov 19 Nov 19 Nov 19 Nov 180 180 180 180 Live Debrief* Fee GBP

Online Classroom Live Weekday 13.00 - 15.45 UK Time 20 Oct 22 Oct 27 Oct 29 Oct 3 Nov 5 Nov 12 Nov 1160 Submit by 16 Nov * Live Debrief 13.00 -15.45 UK Time Live Debrief 19 Nov 180

We recommend you follow these steps. • Choose your Integrated Case Study (ICS) sitting first and check when the ICS programme starts • Choose the study mode that meets your needs - study via your preferred study mode or mix and match for different exams

• You can study the OT papers within a level in any order, the flexibility of the 2015 syllabus means there is not a recommended route • Aim to sit your CBA exam within 2 weeks of your OT programme finishing for each paper

• Select OT programmes to start when you’re ready, and finish close to the ICS programme starting - progress at the pace that suits you, study for one or more OT exams at a time

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