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PwC announces scholarship for CIMA

PwC, a leading international professional services organisation announces PwC’s Academy scholarship for CIMA Diploma in Performance Management. This qualification is aimed at local 'future business leaders' who need an in-depth understanding of management accounting, control and measuring financial performance.

PwC’s Academy has the exclusive right to offer training for this international professional qualification in Arabic in the region. The programme has been developed for specialists in management accounting, financial managers, accountants and managers who want to acquire the skills necessary for making management decisions and become certified as a specialist by CIMA, while taking their career forward.

PwC will be providing 25 scholarships across the Middle East to prepare for and attend the P1 paper of the CIMA Performance Management diploma in Arabic in May or November 2012. This scholarship includes PwC’s Academy tuition in Arabic in one of these locations – Egypt , Oman , UAE - course materials, entry fees for the exam and the subscriptions.

Commenting on the scholarship, Claire Duce, Partner at PwC Middle East said: “We are looking out for thoughtful individuals with credible work experience and positive attitude. Our team is committed to provide excellent training by highly experienced professionals and full administrative support during the training process”

Deadline to apply for the scholarship is 14 March 2012

Please send your application and/or any questions via email to academy.me-ae@ae.pwc.com. Your message should have in its subject line: Submission for PwC’s Academy Application for scholarship in CIMA Performance Management (YOUR NAME). In the body of the email, please also include your name and contact information (email and phone number).

See http://www.pwc.com/m1/en/theacademy for further information.   

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Established in the Middle East for 40 years, PwC has firms in Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, the Palestinian territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, with around 2,500 people. (www.pwc.com/middle-east)