View Certificates in Economic Studies in Kenya 2019/2020
A certificate is proof of qualification of a certain set of skills. Students who obtain a certificate have completed educational requirements and tests. Through completion, they become ready to pursue a degree or diploma, or to head into the professional world in their field of expertise.
Professionals who have studied economics and administration comprehend both the larger economic picture and smaller, individualized trends. It is an interdisciplinary field in which specialists are trained to consider and analyze many components in both the public and private section and make recommendations based on current and potential conditions.
Top Certificate Programs in Economic Studies in Kenya 2019/2020
Students joining the ACCA Programmes should take note of the...
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Program (ACCA)
Students joining the ACCA Programmes should take note of the following:
Admission fee: New students pay an admission fee of Kshs 10,000/-
Tuition fee: Kshs 20,000/- per unit
Intake/Term1 Dates: 13 January 2014- 23 May 2014
Intake/Term2 Dates: 24 June 2014- 21 Nov. 2014
Course Duration: depends on the number of papers a student takes
Block Release Programmes: Kshs 10,000/- per unit
ACCA Registration & Examination Fees: Payable as per ACCA regulations
You must have at least 2 A levels and 3 GCSE’s or equivalent in five separate subjects, including Mathematics and English. If you don’t meet our minimum entry requirements, you can register with ACCA in one of the two ways:
Mature Student Entry Route (MSER)
You need to be normally 21 or over and will be required to take papers equivalent to Papers F2 and F3 – within two years, before further progression on the ACCA exams is allowed
Certified Accountant Technician (CAT) Qualification
By sitting our CAT Qualification you can achieve a technician level accounting qualification first and use this as a route onto the ACCA qualification.
FUNDAMENTALS (nine papers in total)