Student support

Student support

Q1.I would like to attend the Institute's examination assistance functions to prepare for my professional examinations. Where can I find this information?
Q2.Apart from examination assistance, what other student programmes does the Institute organize for QP students? Where can I find this information?
Q3.What are the opening hours of the Institute's service counter and library?
Q4.We are a group of MBA students and are doing research on internal auditing. We would be grateful if the Institute could provide relevant information on this topic.

 


 

Student support

  
Q1.I would like to attend the Institute's examination assistance functions to prepare for my professional examinations. Where can I find this information?
Ans.Students can obtain details of examination assistance functions either from our bi-monthly e-newsletters, Prospective CPA, or on the Institute's website in the "Become a Hong Kong CPA / support and training" section.
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Q2.Apart from examination assistance, what other student programmes does the Institute organize for QP students? Where can I find this information?
Ans.The Institute organizes Career Forum annually to provide a chance for QP students to meet with CPAs and executives to get updates on the programme. Event details are announced via Prospective CPA or on the Institute's website in the "Become a Hong Kong CPA / support and training" section.
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Q3.What are the opening hours of the Institute's service counter and library?
Ans.

The Institute's service counter:

Weekdays: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. - noon

Sundays and public holidays: Closed

The Institute's library:

Weekdays: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. - noon

Sundays and public holidays: Closed

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Q4.We are a group of MBA students and are doing research on internal auditing. We would be grateful if the Institute could provide relevant information on this topic.
Ans.

The Institute often receives requests for assistance from students undertaking research projects in accountancy or related fields. The following are the guidelines that have been established to enable students to receive the information they require:

  • Requests must be in written form and submitted via department lecturers. The objectives and methodology of research must be included.
  • It must be demonstrated that some research has already been done by the student / group of students and that the questions raised are specific and directly related to the accountancy profession and to the project.
  • At least a fortnight's notice should be given to the Institute to supply information or to arrange interviews.
  • Questions seeking opinions on matters on which the Institute has not yet taken an official stand will not be entertained.
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