Aspired to be a Chartered Accountant in Malaysia?
There are few routes available to apply to be a registered Chartered Accountant of MIA (Malaysian Institute of Accountants).
If you possessed a qualification relating to accounting, business or finance recognised by the Public Services Department of the Government or other qualifications approved by the Council, you may be eligible to sit for the MIA Qualifying Exam.
Once you have passed the Malaysian Institute of Accountants Qualifying Examination (4 Subjects) and has not less than three years’ practical accounting experience in the service of a chartered accountant or in a Government department, bank, insurance company, local authority or other commercial, financial, industrial or professional organisation or other undertaking approved by the Council, you can apply to be admitted as a Chartered Accountant of MIA.
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- Apply to be an MIQ QE candidate, and obtain a certificate of candidacy.
- Undertake the MIA QE Assessment which comprises of workshop* evaluation and final examination*. (*conducted by MIA)
- There are 4 Papers in the MIA QE Assessment:
- Business & Company Law
- Auditing & Assurance Services
- Advanced Financial Accounting & Reporting
- All 4 papers should normally be completed within 4 years from the date of the first Certificate of Candidacy. If a candidate failed to do so, one may apply for an extension of time to complete the MIA QE provided that the candidate has passed at least 1 paper within the first 4 years of the candidacy.