QP early-registration scheme for the December 2018 session

The Institute is organizing a series of roving exhibitions on campus at nine local tertiary institutions in April 2018. At the exhibitions, students can obtain information about the structure of the Institute's professional accounting education programme, the Qualification Programme (QP), and how it helps them get ahead in their careers.

Final year students who would like to join the QP early-registration scheme may submit their registration forms at the exhibitions. Deadline for enrolling in the scheme for the December 2018 examination session is 20 April 2018.

Please click here for the exhibition details at each tertiary institution.

Information session on "How to join the accountancy profession and insights from CPAs"
The information session is tailor-made for non-accounting students. Speakers will introduce the Institute's Qualification Programme, the Hong Kong accountancy profession, and how non-accounting graduates can pursue career in accounting. It also covers the roles of CPAs as well as their career and professional advancement experiences.


21 April 2018 (Saturday)


10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


Hong Kong Institute of CPAs
27/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong


Mr. Jonathan Ng (Moderator)
Executive Director, Hong Kong Institute of CPAs

Ms. Vicky Cheung
Associate, Tax Department, PwC

Mr. Allan Wong
Senior Auditor, Audit Commission, The Government of the HKSAR

The seminar is conducted in Cantonese. Reservation for the seminar is on a first-come-first-served basis, please click here for R.S.V.P.

CPAs insights

Equipping students with the right tools to thrive

Dr. Shirley Kan, Director of the Professional Accountancy Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School shares how QP workshops inspire students to integrate knowledge they have learned in the classroom with real-life working experience. She believes the upcoming reform of QP is a step in the right direction to help young accountants excel in the profession.

Careers and development

Making Hong Kong the super-connector

China's Belt and Road initiative is heavy on mega-projects, but Hong Kong is positioned to provide vital 'soft' infrastructure such as corporate, financial, accounting and legal services as well as insurance, risk management, capital markets and trade assistance. George W. Russell finds out about possible opportunities for CPAs who think strategically about this US$900 billion building boom.

(The article is reprinted from A Plus June 2017.)

Enquiry and contact:
Marketing & Communications Department
Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
27/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong.
Tel: 2287-7228
Email: hkicpa@hkicpa.org.hk
Website: www.hkicpa.org.hk

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