Professional qualifications

Professional qualifications

There are a number of professional study routes available in the Channel Islands.

There are a number of professional study routes available in the Channel Islands.

We provide a number of professional study routes for our graduates and A-Level trainees and are accredited training providers for the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), and the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA). 

Our status as an accredited training provider is testament to the investment KPMG in the Channel Islands makes in ensuring all our professional students develop the personal and professional skills required to succeed as a fully qualified accountant. 

Please note that all the qualifications we offer are of equal standing in the industry and all of our trainees receive support from our dedicated training co-ordinator, who will help you with all of the arrangements for examinations and college time. At KPMG, we understand that it is challenging to study for a professional qualification whilst working, so you are provided with time off for tuition and revision courses. 

You will need to choose which professional qualification to study for after the interview process.  Should you be successful in achieving a first interview, you will be informed of the qualifications at this stage.  However, we recommend that you read the information below and research each qualification on the official websites as part of your career research and prior to any interviews.

Audit qualifications

We facilitate the following qualifications: 

  • ACA, offered by the ICAEW
  • ACCA, offered by the ACCA

All of the above professional qualifications are globally recognised and highly respected accountancy qualifications.

Tax qualifications

We facilitate the following qualifications: 

  • ATT, offered by the ATT (the Association of Taxation Technicians), which leads to
  • CTA, offered by the CIOT (the Chartered Institute of Taxation)
  • ACA, offered by the ICAEW (the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales)
  • ACCA, offered by the ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) All of the professional qualifications are widely recognised and highly respected tax and accountancy qualifications.

Entry requirements

The entry requirements for all professional qualifications are: 

  • minimum GCSE B grade in English and Mathematics
  • minimum 300 UCAS tariff points
  • for graduates, 1 minimum 2:1 degree in any discipline.

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