Study CPA in Dubai

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The Uniform CPA Examination protects the public interest by helping to ensure that only qualified individuals become licensed as U.S. Certified Public Accountants (CPAs). Individuals seeking to qualify as CPA's the only licensing qualification in accounting in the United States are required to pass the CPA Examination.

Auditing And Attestation (AUD)

  • Planning the engagement
  • Internal controls
  • Obtain and document information
  • Review engagement and evaluate information
  • Prepare communications
Time allotted: 4 hours

Format: 3 multiple choice test lets, 7 short task-based simulations>

Business Environment And Concepts (BEC

  • Business structure
  • Economic concepts
  • Financial management
  • Information technology
  • Planning and measurement
Time allotted: 3 hours

Format: 3 multiple choice test lets, 3 written simulations

Financial Accounting And Reporting (FAR)

  • Concepts and standards for financial statements
  • Typical items in financial statements
  • Specific types of transactions and events
  • Accounting and reporting for governmental entities
  • Accounting and reporting for NGO's and not-for-profit organizations
Time allotted: 4 hours

Format: 3 multiple choice testlets, 7 short task-based simulations

Regulation (REG)

  • Ethics and professional responsibility
  • Business law
  • Federal tax procedures and accounting issues
  • Federal taxation of property transactions
  • Federal taxation--individuals
  • Federal taxation--entities
Time allotted: 3 hours

Format: 3 multiple choice testlets, 6 short task-based simulations

 

WHO CAN WRITE THE EXAM:

In united stated 54 states offering CPA. Every State have different criteria. A bachelor degree at least having 120 Credit hour and having 15 credit hour in accounting would be eligible for CPA examination and foreign degree holder need evaluation from authorized Evaluation Body. U.S. citizens and permanent residents living abroad, and citizens and long-term residents* of the countries in which the Exam will be administered may sit for the Uniform CPA Examination internationally, with some exceptions in the Middle East. Here are some general guidelines to keep in mind:

Citizens, permanent residents and long-term residents of the selected testing countries can sit for the Exam in their country of residence (proof of long-term residency status, a work visa or a student visa will be required on the day(s) you take the Exam).

Those on short-term tourist or transit visas cannot sit for the Exam internationally, but are still welcome to sit for the Exam in the U.S.

Citizens, permanent residents and long-term residents of Egypt, India (Starting October 2014), Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Yemen may sit for the Exam in Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon and the UAE.