This course offers competence-based training which provides students with ability to execute, in the real world, relevant tasks to a specified level of proficiency. We use professional and experienced lecturers to teach real world accounting skills in order to equip aspiring accountants with the professional competencies needed to provide services that are relevant in the globalized and rapidly digitizing age in which business transactions are increasingly complex. In this regard students are also taught how to use accounting packages such as PASTEL, Tally etc. Additionally, this course enables students to combine practice and theoretical knowledge of financial accounting. The course will provide decision making skills in the financial analysis and ability to identify financial accounting problems and opportunities in real life situations.
ACCA and CPA (Tanzania)
This course is accredited by the National Board of Accountants and Auditors Tanzania (NBAA) and Association of chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) accreditation exempts graduates from specific professional examinations.
Lower Second Class Diploma with a GPA of 3.0 in Finance and Banking , Economics and Finance , Insurance and Risk Management, Cooperative Management and Accounting , Economics, Taxation, Credit Management , Procurement and Logistics Management or Accountancy , Microfinance Management, or any related qualification AND 4 passes at O level or Foundation Programme of the OUT with a minimum GPA of 3.0. OR
Form VI with two principal passes in the following subjects: Economics, Accountancy, Commerce, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography or Mathematics. An applicant must have at least a subsidiary or pass in Mathematics at O’ level if one of the principal passes is not Mathematics. The two principal passes MUST make an aggregate of 4.0 points as a minimum or Foundation Programme of the OUT with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
On this degree course you will be able:
You’ll be assessed through
Registration (IAA) 20,000/=
Examination (IAA) 70,000/=
Application Form (IAA) 10,000/=
Wear and Tear 20,000/=
STUDENT ID 3,000/=
EAC US$ 820
Institute of Accountancy Arusha admission cycles are normally guided by two regulatory authorities which are The National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) and The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU). If you apply to IAA, you will be following provisions as set forth by the mentioned authorities.
Different programmes have different entry requirements. You can visit our programme page to see entry requirement for different programmes or be sure to read thoroughly the TCU admission guide book and the NACTE admission guide book.
We consider each applicant and put enormous care into evaluating every application. We hope you will explore the information in this section to understand what we look for in our admissions process