News | Wednesday, 08 July 2009

A guaranteed job with CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting

To show its commitment towards its participants, the Malta Institute of Management (MIM) is offering an exclusive package for a limited time with enrolment on the CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting, including a guaranteed job to a participant satisfying MIM’s terms and criteria.
Anyone enrolling on the CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting, which MIM is offering at a discounted price of €900 for those who enroll before the 24th August will also get a BOV subsidised loan offering advantageous rates, free career advice and assistance, free one year MIM membership, free internet access at MIM premises and free access to international databases.
The MIM offers the training required to sit for the CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting. This Certificate not only provides a solid foundation in the basics of accounting and business skills, but is also an entry requirement to the CIMA Professional Qualification. It will give participants the skills towards success at the most senior levels. MIM enhances this experience by ensuring that the programme tutors with high experience in this industry.
CIMA is the only international accountancy body with a sole focus on business and financial strategy within a broad commercial context that goes beyond the traditional confines of accounting, audit and tax. It aims at educating, training and qualifying first class professionals - people with financial prowess who also understand the intricacies of management.
Terms and Conditions apply. For further information, one is invited to contact the MIM on [email protected]



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08 July 2009


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