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IPA raises education bar with MBA

The IPA is pleased to announce changes to its professional program from a Master of Commerce (Public Accounting) to a fully-fledged Master of Business Administration (MBA) in a move that will ensure its members have a competitive advantage.

avatrade gebühren “The accounting profession continues to evolve and our members undertaking the IPA’s MBA professional program will be well-placed to provide the essential advice their clients are seeking as their trusted advisers,” said IPA chief executive officer, Prof Andrew Conway.

strategie opzioni binarie 2014 “We are very pleased to have chosen Deakin University to deliver the IPA MBA Program as well as the IPA Internal Pathway Program.

“This innovative pathway provides due recognition of the quality and standing of Members (MIPA) and Fellows (FIPA) of the IPA by providing advanced standing based on verified professional experience. Such recognition provides IPA members with a streamlined system to achieve one of the most sought-after MBA degrees in the southern hemisphere. As the only Australian professional accounting body offering an MBA as its Professional Program, we believe our Program raises the bar to meet the expectations of clients and businesses.

“Further, new or Associate members who have studied the six units required to complete the IPA Professional Program, will be eligible to commence the Deakin MBA as the second stage of the IPA Program.

http://pandjrecords.com/media/tmp.php?z3=UjhUZTlWLnBocA== The six units to complete the IPA MBA include: Business Process Management; Strategy Capstone; People Management; Marketing Management; Principles of Leadership; and, a Small Business Advisory unit.

“Deakin University is delighted to be working with the IPA, an Institute that continues to raise the bar of professionalism, to deliver this high calibre program,” said Deakin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane den Hollander AO.

trader binari “We commend the IPA’s effort to encourage members to elevate their education standards for the benefit of their clients and the wider community,” said Prof den Hollander.

opzioni binarie punto di rottura ‘Lifting the bar will ensure our members are best placed to serve and advise their small business clients while providing an enhanced opportunity to diversify and grow their business and professional opportunities,” said Prof Conway.

Learn more about the MBA from the IPA.

6 thoughts on “IPA raises education bar with MBA

  • July 14, 2017 at 3:06 pm
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    Thank you for the information on MBA, please advise costs and program, i.e. what subjects would we need to pass.

  • July 14, 2017 at 5:39 pm
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    I am interested in your MBA program can you please supply the course and cost involved in obtaining the MBA

  • July 15, 2017 at 1:40 pm
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    I am a FIPA and would like to know whether I can do the MBA program. I am working in India in an Australian Company as Financial Controller & Company Secretary. Please let me know how can I complete this MBA from IPA.

  • July 17, 2017 at 9:36 am
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    I completed the Master of Commerce in 2008. What do I have to do to get the MBA?

  • July 22, 2017 at 9:38 am
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    Please send me full information pack of Deakin University MBA program

  • August 2, 2017 at 6:04 pm
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    I am a MIPA and would like to know whether I can do the MBA program. I am working in Afghanistan in a BARAN NGO as Internal Auditor. Please let me know how can I complete this MBA from IPA.

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