Who can do CIA?
In order to become a CIA, candidate must;
- Hold a bachelor’s degree (or higher degree) Or
- Have its educational equivalent from an accredited college-level institution i.e. membership of any professional accounting body like ICAI, ICAP, ACCA etc.
How many parts are there in CIA?
There are 3 parts in CIA.
How to become CIA?
Candidates must successfully complete all of the following exam parts. Along with passing exams CIA candidates must obtain a minimum of 24 months of internal auditing experience or acceptable equivalent experience includes experience in audit/assessment disciplines, external auditing, quality assurance, compliance, and internal control.
- When to appear in exams?
- Candidates can sit for exam 365 days a year Exams are conducted through Pearson VUE (Computer based Test Administration Centre) www.pearsonvue.com
- What is the exam fee?
- For exam fee details please click here
- What is the exam passing percentage?
- The statistics are grim. On any given year, anywhere from roughly 40-65% of candidates for each level pass their exams. This means that even with the most optimistic scenarios, statistically, less than 30% of those who begin the CIA program as level I candidates actually go on to pass level III.
- When to re-take exams, if fail?
- If you fail any one of the CIA exams (parts) or one of the specialty exams, you must wait at least 90 days before you will be able to retake that exam (part).
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