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A course in Accountancy is relevant for you irrespective of the career you later venture into, for example, Engineering, Law, Architecture, Medicine, Dentistry or Building Economics, since basic knowledge of Accountancy gives the necessary background to run one’s future business according to sound financial principles.
To become a Certied Public Accountant you must first pass the CPA examinations of the Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examination Board (KASNEB) after attaining one of the following:
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with an aggregate average of at least grade C plus (C+) provided that you have obtained a minimum of grade C plus (C+) in both English and Mathematics. KASNEB will evaluate any marginal cases on their own merit.
(KACE) with at least TWO principal passes provided that the applicant has credits in Mathematics and English at Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE) level.
Accounting Technicians Certificate or the Accounts Clerk National Certificate
A degree from a recognized university.
Such other Certificates or diplomas as may be approved by the Board of KASNEB.
There are two full-time courses each year: 1st semester - early January to mid May 2nd semester - early July to mid November
There are two evening courses each year: 1st semester - early January to mid May 2nd semester - early July to mid November
All applicants should complete an application form. and submit it to the Registrar(Admissions).