The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants launched the ACCA "FIA 1 Million" bursary program to provide 1,000 students in my country with a total of RM 1 million bursary assistance through cooperation with 17 top domestic colleges and universities. The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) launched the ACCA "FIA 1 Million" bursary program, and by cooperating with 17 top domestic colleges and universities to provide 1,000 students in my country with a total of 1 million ringgit bursary assistance, allowing Xin Xin students to develop professional finance The dream of an accounting career.
These 17 ACCA-accredited learning partner colleges and universities will provide students from all over Malaysia with a specified amount of bursary, helping high school leavers to progress to the first stage of the globally recognized world-class accounting professional qualification-Chartered Certified Basic Accounting Diploma ( ACCA FIA).
ACCA issued a statement stating that the ACCA "FIA 1 million" grant program is officially open for applications from June 22 to December 31. Interested students and parents from all states across the country, especially those who have just completed the Malaysian Education Diploma Examination (SPM) exam, can directly contact the following 17 ACCA accredited learning partners for inquiries and registration.Platinum partners:
● Imperium International College
● INTEC Education College
● Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur)
● Sentral College Penang
● Sunway College——Sunway College Ipoh
● Sunway College-Johor Bahru Campus
● Sunway College-Kuching Campus (Sunway College Kuching)
● Sunway TES Center for Excellence in Accounting (Sunway TES)
● UOW Malaysia KDUGold partners:
● Crescendo International College
● Kompas International College
● Institut Akauntan KTC Johor Bahru
● Institut Sinaran
● Malaysia Methodist Pilley Institute
● Pintar College
● Taylor's College
● YES International College
The statement continued that in addition to allowing students affected by the epidemic to continue their studies, ACCA and its accredited learning partners also hope to take this opportunity to discuss plans to strengthen the accounting profession in Malaysia, based on changes in the economic landscape, and to ensure cooperation with other countries. Competitiveness needs to improve the level of professional accounting in order to contribute to the national economy.
Lin Xiaowei, head of ACCA Southeast Asia, pointed out that my country is currently facing a shortage of professional accounting talent resources.
"In order to reach the goal of 60,000 professional accountants to support Malaysia’s aspirations to become a developed country, we need to work with the Ministry of Education, government departments and employers to find new ways to develop and increase student employment. This is a significant contribution to Malaysia’s growth. indispensable."
He said that undertaking the potential growth opportunities in the next few months, Malaysian companies will gradually look farther and invest in larger and more potential regional markets. As a springboard to Southeast Asia, my country is also favored by multinational companies.
"At this time, we must concentrate our energy on cultivating a new generation of highly-skilled, high-strength, and highly competitive professionals."
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