Our globally recognised chartered accountancy qualification, the ACA, can lead you to the top of your chosen career. That’s because our qualification is a strong foundation for leadership. Once you’ve completed your training, you’ll be a chartered accountant and be able to use the letters ACA after your name.
How do I become chartered?
You become chartered by completing the ACA qualification, which is a combination of study, exams and practical work experience.
We recommend entering into a training agreement with an authorised employer as soon as possible. There are c5,000 employers authorised to train you for the ACA qualification globally. You can train in large companies, small enterprises, charities, accountancy firms and government bodies.
To find ACA training agreements and start applying to vacancies, visit ICAEW Training vacancies.
What training will I complete?
We pride ourselves on offering a high levels of support to those studying with us and throughout their career journey. Employers must meet strict standards to train ACA students, combine this with high-quality learning materials, and ACA students enjoy high pass rates – with 92% qualifying in four years or less.
Visit ICAEW Training Vacancies to see a list of employers currently offering ACA training agreements.
As leaders in accountancy, finance and business our members have the knowledge, skills and commitment to maintain the highest professional standards and integrity. Together we contribute to the success of individuals, organisations, communities and economies around the world.
ICAEW stands for The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and we are a world-leading professional membership organisation. We promote and support our students and members around the world throughout their career development.
We provide qualifications and professional development, share our knowledge, insight and technical expertise, and protect the quality and integrity of the accountancy and finance profession.
Employers will look for you to demonstrate your abilities in the following areas throughout the recruitment process:
- People skills
- Team working
- Decision making and problem solving
- Commercial awareness
- IT skills
Qualifications and experience requirements
It might surprise you to learn that you don’t need a degree in accounting, finance or business to study for the ACA. Employers look for a strong academic record, in any subject, and a passion for the role you’re applying to.
Accepted degree subjects
UK wide, Europe · Ireland · Worldwide
Contract and working hours
Permanent · Full-time
How to apply
Number of vacancies: Range of accountancy roles
Closing date: Continuous recruitment
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 26/10/2018