Career After CPA Course in Dubai

With global recognition, a CPA can always find the best place to work anywhere in world and a salary with at least 30 – 40% more than the other Accounting Professionals.

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Why CPA Certification?

CPA certification opens doors to a wide variety of accounting career options. Some major areas in accounting include; Assurance Services, Forensic Accounting, International Accounting, Internal & External Auditing, Tax & Financial Planning, Consulting Services, Forensic Accounting. CPA’s are the most sought after Professionals amongst the GCC countries & other part of the world. With global recognition, a CPA can always find the best place to work anywhere in world and a salary with at least 30 – 40% more than the other Accounting Professionals.


High demand equals higher salaries: CPA Certification holders earn at-least 30% to 40% more than their non-credentialed counterparts. Over time, more frequent and higher-level promotions can widen the salary gap to as much as $50,000.

Global Recognition: A CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is the highest standard of competence in the field of Accountancy across the globe. With global recognition, a CPA can always find the best place to work anywhere in the world.

Increased Employment Prospects: It improves the perceived skill of the candidate in the eyes of the clients and the employers increasing the probability of both promotions and success’ on the professional level.

CPA Certification Course

A CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is the highest standard of competence in the field of Accountancy across the globe. The exam is administered by the AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants), which is the world’s largest Public Accounting Body.

CPA Course in Dubai Syllabus:

 

    Conceptual Framework, Standard Setting and Financial Reporting (25-35%) 

    Select Financial Statement Accounts (30-40%) 

    Select Transactions (20%-30%) 

    State and Local Governments (5%-15%) 

    Ethics, Professional Responsibilities and General Principles (15-25%)

    Assessing Risk and Developing a Planned Response (20-30%)

    Performing Further Procedures and Obtaining Evidence (30-40%)

    Forming Conclusions & Reporting (15-25%)

    Ethics, Professional Responsibilities and Federal Tax Procedures (10-20%)

    Business Law (10-20%)

    Federal Taxation of Property Transactions (12-22%)

    Federal Taxation of Individuals (15-25%)

    Federal Taxation of Entities (28-38%)

    Corporate Governance (17-27%)

    Economic Concepts and Analysis (17-27%)

    Financial Management (11-21%)

    Information Technology (15-25%)

    Operations Management (15-25%)

Comparison with Other Professional Certifications

Certification CPA US CMA US ACCA UK CIA US
Administered By American Institute of Certified public Accountant-AICPA USA Institute of Management Accountants- IMA USA Association of Chartered Certified Accountants – ACCA UK Institute of Internal Auditors – IIA USA
No. of Papers/Exams 4 2 13 3
Duration 12-18 Months 6-9 Months 2-3 Years 6-12 Months
Paper pattern MCQs & Task based Simulations MCQs & Essay type questions MCQs, Scenario Based & Case Studies MCQ
Syllabus Auditing, Taxation, Financial Reporting, Costing, Economics, IT Security Management Accounting, Costing, Financial Management Auditing, Accounting, Taxation, Costing, Corporate Law, Financial Management Internal Audit, Internal Control, Business Acumen, IT & Security
Exemptions No Exemptions No Exemptions Upto 9 Papers Exemption No Exemptions

Upcoming CPA Classes

Class Name Start Date Class Time Days of the week
CPA-FAR20-Apr, 20217:00 PMTuesday
CPA-BEC17-May, 20217:00 PMMonday

Who should become a CPA?

Lay a foundation for continued Improvement and Advancement in your Career

Demonstrate your proficiency with Internal Staff and External Clients

Develop your knowledge of best practices in the Industry

Distinguish yourself from your Peers

Job positions after CPA

  • Internal Audit Director
  • Tax Manager
  • Vice President, Finance
  • Financial Controller
  • Chief Accountant
  • Finance Manager
  • Finance Director
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Audit Executive
  • Commercial Director

Why Delphi?

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Our faculties are qualified & industry experts with significant experience in their domain.

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We conduct live classes through GoToMeeting, Zoom and other live meeting software.

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Get live class notifications, view class recordings, or practice questions all in one access.

Flexible Batch Timings

All our batch schedules are designed to support work while you study principle.

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We guide you to benefit from the newly acquired global professional certification.

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How to Become a CPA?

01

CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY

Contact our experts, do your Academic evaluation, check your educational requirements & eligibility to appear for the CPA Exam and submit your application.

02

START PREPARATION

Start your CPA Exam preparation with our Instructor led live classes and practice questions through our e-learning portal.

03

SCHEDULE EXAMS

Appear for the 4 Papers of CPA exam in which our consultant will help you to schedule the examinations in your nearest Prometric Testing Center and complete all the formalities.

04

PASS THE CPA EXAM AND APPLY FOR LICENSE

Pass the 4 papers of the CPA Exams & ethics exam. Obtain required work experience and apply for License.

CPA Course Trainer

CPA Training in Dubai

Shyam Sarrof

CPA (USA), CMA (USA), ACA, ACMA, CS, CFA, ACTM, MBA, B Com (H)

Shyam is a versatile scholar and trainer, possessing a hard-core Advisory, Control & Risk Management experience of more than 22 years.Read More

CPA Training in Dubai

Avijit Goswami

CPA (USA), CMA (USA), FCS, FCMA, LLB, CFA, M.Com.

Mr. Avijit Goswami, an educationist possessing the qualities of a leader has come back to India to launch his education venture Read More

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Our faculties are qualified & industry experts with significant experience in their domain.

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CPA Course FAQs

CPA Eligibility Requirements?

CPA stands for Certified Public Accountant and a designation awarded by AICPA to the individuals, who have passed the Uniform CPA exam and meeting licensing requirements in the state where they want to practice

To be eligible to appear for the US CPA exam, one must have 120 hours credits. Generally each year of graduation is converted into 30 hours of credits thereby adding 90 credits for 3 years. If you are a first division from NAAC, you will get additional 30 Hours credits. If you are a 2 years M. com or MBA, you will get 60 credit more. Few States recognize CA / CS / CWA as well for extra credit hours.

Each of the US states have different rules and regulations with regard to the CPA examination eligibility and license eligibility.
When a student selects a specific state for exam and / or license, approval is subject to terms and conditions of that specific states. Edudelphi being experienced CPA course provider can always support you the most. Please contact our Course consultant at [email protected]

CPA Exams:

Both US residents and foreign nationals who meet the requirements of a particular state board can take the CPA exam.

There are four papers in the CPA exam:

    Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR)
    Auditing and Attestation (AUD)
    Business Environment and Concepts (BEC)
    Regulation (REG)
The Exam is a 16-hour, four-paper assessment that student must pass in order to qualify for a CPA license. It is designed to test the minimum knowledge and skills required of a CPA. The Exam is managed by three main partners:

    The AICPA develops, maintains, and scores the Exam
    The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) manages the National Candidate Database
    Prometric is the company that delivers the Exam at its authorized test centers
    The Exam is provided on behalf of Boards of Accountancy, which issue CPA licenses.

The exam has 324 multiple-choice questions, 20 simulation questions, and 3 written communication (essay) questions.

4 Hours for each paper total 16 Hours

You need a score minimum 75 on each of the four papers to pass the CPA exam.

There is no negative marking for CPA Exam.

Many CPA candidates struggle with multiple-choice topics on the FAR test.
Pensions, consolidation accounting, and other FAR topics are complex. You need to identify the purpose of the question quickly so you can answer questions in the time allowed.

You may find the BEC multiple-choice topics to be the easiest part of the CPA exam.
Many BEC topics are clear and easy to understand. General business and economic topics are straightforward, and you may learn about these topics in other college courses.

CPA has 4 Papers whereas CA has 18 papers. CPA can be completed within less than a year time whereas CA takes 3 to 5 years to complete.

CPA has 4 Papers whereas ACA has 13 papers.

A CFA generally analyzes financial reports—notably financial statements, while a CPA is most often the one that puts together or audits those reports. CFAs are best known for investment analysis and wealth planning, and CPAs tend to be associated with taxes, audits, and accounting

CPA exam fee is appx. $1000 depending on the state and International testing fee is appx. $1500. Additionally, $225 for evaluation. Overall total cost comes to appx. $ 2750. This does not include Training cost.

Candidate is required to pass all four sections of the CPA Exam within an 18-month period. The sections can be taken individually and in any order. Credit for any section passed shall be valid for 18 months from the actual date the examination sections were taken.

Candidate must first decide on the jurisdiction to which they can apply. After selecting State board / jurisdiction, candidate can obtain application materials and submit their completed applications as directed.

You will take a different but equivalent Exam. The questions presented to you are drawn from a pool of test questions according to defined specifications. Although you take different Exams, the specifications ensure that the results are comparable.

Section Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Cumulative
AUD 47.97% 65.29% 56.89% 47.50% 52.84%
BEC 61.76% 76.92% 69.89% 60.77% 65.56%
FAR 46.37% 62.86% 55.67% 43.53% 49.98%
REG 55.42% 75.97% 66.12% 58.00% 62.29%

You only need basic computer skills to take the Exam. You are expected to be familiar with the use of a mouse and keyboard, and with basic spreadsheet and word processing functions. You must also be able to use a four-function online calculator

No. This is a computer-based Exam.

Beginning July 1, 2020. Under the new Continuous Testing model, candidates will have the ability to take the Exam year-round, without restriction, other than waiting to receive scores from prior attempts of the same section or when there is a major change to the Exam.

We recommend a total of 800 hours to 1,000 hours of self-study including the classes spread over approximately 9 to 12 months.

The AICPA contracts with third parties to produce multiple-choice questions (MCQs), task-based simulations (TBSs), and written communications (WCs). Exam questions are created and vetted by experts in the fields of accounting, psychometrics, and test development.
Through the development process, these experts ensure that testlets and exam versions will be graded and scored equitably on a comparative basis. The AICPA is ultimately responsible for the creation and maintenance of the CPA Exam.

The CPA Exam is administered at prometric test centers in partnership with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). After you apply to your state board of accountancy, you will schedule and sit for your exam with Prometric.

The CPA Exam is scored in a largely automated process. MCQs, TBSs, and WCs are all graded electronically; however, WCs may be reviewed and regraded by human scorers if a candidate’s score is very close to 75. The human grading process can push the release of a BEC score back by a week or so.

The minimum CPA Exam passing score is 75 points, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you need to answer 75% of questions correctly in order to pass.
The CPA Exam is what is known as a criterion-referenced test, which means every candidate’s performance is measured against established standards to determine whether the candidate has demonstrated the level of knowledge and skill represented by the CPA passing score.
The CPA Exam is not curved in the traditional sense. Every candidate is held to the same standard. The AICPA uses Item Response Theory (IRT) to figure out the relative value of MCQs and TBSs. It rates questions according to three statistics:

    Difficulty – whether the question is generally easier or more difficult for candidates
    Discrimination – how well the question differentiates between more able and less able candidates
    Guessing – the chances of candidates answering the question correctly just by guessing

The calibration for the automatic grading of WCs is done using the input from a network of volunteer CPA readers. This process ensures that scores from different exam forms are comparable. Again, if a candidate’s BEC score is close to 75, WCs may be restored by human graders.
Using the collected data, the AICPA is able to extrapolate scores from different exam forms that accurately represent candidates’ knowledge and skill levels. These scores are comparable because, to put it simply, difficult questions are worth more points and easier questions are worth fewer. It is entirely possible for two candidates to answer the same number of questions correctly and have slightly different scores.
The scores from each testlets are then multiplied by the policy weights:

    50% for multiple-choice and 50% for simulations for AUD, FAR, and REG
    50% for multiple-choice, 35% for simulations, and 15% for written communications for BEC

Finally, the aggregate score is mapped to the 0 to 99 scale used for score reporting.

A Notice to Schedule (NTS) is the authorization sent by NASBA) for an applicant to make an appointment with the testing provider once the examination fees is paid. Once the CPA Exam application has been processed, and a candidate is eligible to take CPA Exam, the NASBA will issue a Notice to Schedule (NTS) to the candidate.

Your NTS will be valid for a specific period of time. This time varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. In most of the states, it is valid for 6 months whereas for a few it has 9 months validity. Candidate must sit for the examination before his / her NTS expires. The expiration date will be mentioned on the NTS.

Yes, you can reschedule the Examination

There is no limit on retaking CPA Examination. However, Examination Fee needs to be paid every time.

Yes, Delphi acts as a complete guide for those aspiring to achieve the CPA qualification.

Delphi promises success in your CPA Exam, however, if you are unsuccessful, you can avail the pass promise and attend the next batch free.

CPA License

The CPA license requirements vary from state to state. Every state board of accountancy has a different set of requirements. Below are the requirements to obtain CPA license.

    In general, many states ask for 150 credit hours in some specific courses from a university or an accredited institute under NASBA.
    The candidate should pass the Ethics exam.
    Must have 2,000 hours of work experience in taxation, auditing, accounting and management consultancy.

If candidate is appearing for exams in any country other than the US they will need to take the license within 3 years of passing the CPA exam or else credits will lapse.

Edudelphi Education provides evaluation and licensing assistance for CPA. The CPA aspirant must have 2,000 hours of work experience in taxation, auditing, accounting and management consultancy

US CPA license is required, mainly when somebody wants to be self-employed and practice as a CPA and living in the US.

CPA International Testing

International testing allows U.S. citizens as well as eligible international candidates to take the Uniform CPA Examination (Exam) in select countries. If you’re a non-U.S. citizen, this process allows you to purse the U.S. CPA license. The AICPA, NASBA and Prometric provide the same services for international testing as they do for U.S.-based testing. The Exam and licensure process is the same for international candidates as it is for candidates within U.S. jurisdictions.

The NASBA website provides information for international candidates. You might also consider using NASBA’s International Evaluation Services. Contact NASBA for international candidate requirements.
Testing windows for international candidates are the same as those for U.S. candidates
Once you complete the international registration process, visit the prometric website to schedule your Exam.
Eligible international candidates can take the Exam at Prometric testing centers in Bahrain, Brazil, England, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Scotland and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). To determine if you can take the Exam in one of these countries, review the specific FAQ below.
The AICPA provides information through Exam Announcements and also updates these International FAQs when new information is available. You can also find information on the NASBA website.
UAE residents and also candidates from Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Kuwait, Bahrain & Lebanon can travel to UAE to take the exam.
Prometric Testing Centers are located in Dubai & Abu Dhabi.

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