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Can somebody help. I have applied to CPA for skilled assessment for Finance Manager. I am an MBA completed in 2005-2007. Since it was long ago i have submitted summary of my subjects i/o actual syllabus. But fail to provide complete details of Business Law. Due to which failed my assessment.
What can i do now.
Is it possible to re-submit complete syllabus.
or do i need to reapply for some other ANZSCO code. may be Accountant

Please reply and help.

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HI
Can somebody help. I have applied to CPA for skilled assessment for Finance Manager. I am an MBA completed in 2005-2007. Since it was long ago i have submitted summary of my subjects i/o actual syllabus. But fail to provide complete details of Business Law. Due to which failed my assessment.
What can i do now.
Is it possible to re-submit complete syllabus.
or do i need to reapply for some other ANZSCO code. may be Accountant

Please reply and help.
hey,

I'm planning to apply with similar education. Any luck with the assessment?.

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You do not get 15 points for bachelors degree from India.

Are you B com hons? or b com pass? B com hons + CA will fetch u 15 points only after assessment from One of the listed org. like CPA australia or CA australia

With bcom pass + ca, I am mot sure if there will be positive outcome without writing additional exams



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I'm an MBA finance with 8+ years of work experience. While submitting a request for skill assessment from CPA, would self certified syllabus, mark sheets & work experiencec details suffice?

Thanks in advance

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Question about the skills assessment from CPA Australia.....

I was previously assessed in January 2018. I received an email from CPA Australia with a link to their website with details of a successful result. A few weeks later I received my diploma.

I am going through the immigration process and they want documentation of the assessment, however I did not receive any form/documentation other than the emailed link. The diploma does not satisfy their requirements (not sure why), and I need to have my assessment notarized.

What documents have you submitted (after invitation to apply for a visa) that satisfy these requirements?

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Hello Guys,

Need some help

We are in process filling an EOI.

Here is the confusion.

Now to claim partner point, I'm trying to get her assessment.

Education:
1. BCOM 2008-2011 Passed (3 years) [Mumbai University]
2. IPCC Member
3. IPCC Cleared.

We have paid the fees for migration assessment.

Now after that we got an email to submit the documents.

cpaaustralia.com.au/become-a-cpa/migration-assessment/australia/documents

With the above link, they say they need a full syllabus.

Now she has passed out her BCOM in 2011, we have no way of getting the syllabus. I'm sure other people have already faced the same situation.

So what is it I need to do ?

Any pointer would be helpful.

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Hi,

My wife is a CA and she also holds B.Com(Hons.) degree. She has been currently working as an Assitant Manager in the Finance Industry for the last 3 years.

In order to claim skilled spouse points, we need to get her skill assessed for ANZSCO 221111(General Account) from CPAA/ICAA/IPA.

It would be a great help if you guys respond to my queries:-
1. Which assessing authority is better in terms of turnaround time and more chances of positive assessment?
2. Do I need to send her experience and R&R for skill assessment or her qualification assessment(Degree and CA membership) is enough for claiming spouse points?
3. Do we need to get all the documents notarized from the city authority(court) before uploading on the assessing-authority's website?
4. A complete checklist of documents to be sent?

Thanks

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I have applied for my skill to be assessed by CPA for SOL 221113 Taxation Accountant. However, the letter of approval from CPA was given for a different SOL 221111 Accountant (general). Anyone encounter similar issue with CPA? Is it common for them to issue with a different SOL?
I am going to apply for skill assessment for Finance Manager. Does anyone knew the detail or Course outline for the subject "Quantitative Methods".I need course or syllabus outline for Quantitative Methods.

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I am going to apply Skill Assessment for the Finance Manager. Does anyone has course outline/Syllabus for the subject " Quantitative Methods" (CPA).

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Hi Expats,

I have applied for EOI under the 189 (Analyst Programmer) with 75 points in July 2019.
My wife has completed her BCom from Jain University in India(Batch 2009-12) and so I have applied for her skill assessment from CPA to gain 5 more points. However, I have received the outcome saying that "Degree Comparabily=YES" and Not Suitable for Migration under the Accountant General. The reason they mentioned is partially meeting the "Financial Accounting and Reporting" competency area and recommended to do the relevant foundational exams/course. (All other areas meet the requirements)

As per the syllabus that we have submitted, it covers all the core subjects and content. I have also compared with one of my friend's Bcom syllabus that has already been assessed by CPA and it looks all similar. I have no idea of what exactly is missing from Syllabus. Any help would be much appreciated.

Can we apply for assessment from IPA or CAANZ under the same code or different code?
Is there any chance of getting a positive outcome from other assessment bodies?

Thanks in advance

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Hi All,

I am going to apply my education+skill assessment to CPAA. I have bachelor degree (BBA) and ACCA full membership. I am facing difficulties to get the detailed syllabus for bachelor degree.

Can anyone advise if I shall proceed without detailed syllabus for bachelor degree and with ACCA full membership? I have all other documents, ie transcripts for degree, ACCA transcripts, ACCA syllabus, letter of good standing from ACCA, etc. If the result turns out to be positive, can I claim 15points with ACCA?

TIA

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