CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting is the first level of the CIMA Professional Qualification. The CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting or Operational Level consists of three key pillars of knowledge area – Enterprise Pillar, Performance Pillar and Finance Pillar. At this level you acquire knowledge and develop skills in Management Accounting, Financial reporting and Taxation in business organisations.
After competing this level you gain the CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting (CIMA Dip MA).
We offer CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting course on flexible terms – full and part time, all evening, weekend, one-to-one, group learning, class based and distance learning. We offer flexibility and quality to suit your learning needs.
Following papers are including:
|E1 – Operational Management||£495|
|P1 – Management Accounting||£495|
|F1 – Financial Accounting and Taxation||£495|
|OS1 – Operational Case Study||£775|
The duration of the course can range from 9 to 12 months depending on your methods of study – full or part time. We offer evening sessions (2 hours each) and day sessions (5 hours each) including weekends. The teaching hours do not include the final assessment.
You can join this course, if you have achieved CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting or AAT Technician/Diploma Level (Level 4). This course is ideal if you are leaving school or college, returning to work or simply want to change your career.
Each unit is assessed by the objective test, which focuses on one CIMA hierarchy of verbs. You are expected to be tested on knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis and evaluation of the subject matter. The results are available immediately after the objective test, which provides candidates with specific feedback.
After completing the objective test, you will be required to sit for the Integrated Case Study (ICS) Exam. The ICS combines knowledge and learning across the three pillars, and is set within a real business context. This helps a candidate to apply the skills and understanding that employers look for. The ICS is a 3 hours long exam. This includes both pre-seen and unseen materials. This incorporates calculations, short answer and essay. The ICS is marked by examiners.
As like objective tests, feedback will be provided to candidates with their results. The ICS windows are offered 4 times a year.
You may be eligible for an exemption depending on your previous qualifications or relevant work experience. We carry out a pre-enrolment assessment to help you understand the exemptions criteria and recommend a right level of course.