The course is competent for both undergraduate and postgraduate candidates. Candidates who did their higher school from an Indian recognized board qualified for the foundation course. Candidates who completed their undergraduate studies can chase the intermediate level. Candidates should have to follow the final level of the course to evolve advanced abilities in cost management accounting.

(i) ICWA CMA Foundation rank is the course’s first and most important mark. In this study phase, students are exposed to the basics of cost management strategies and a spot in the financial industry through this foundation stage. The course duration is approx. 8 months.

(ii) ICWA CMA Intermediate Stage is the second stage of the ICWA course. Candidates need to clear the intermediate course after successfully finishing the foundation level, and candidates will go through different aspects of financial accounting in-depth. Students are oriented into various financial topics such as direct and indirect taxation cost and accounting, and many more. The course might seem a little more difficult than the other one.

(iii) ICWA CMA Final Stage is the course conclusion. In the third, the course seems to be the most difficult of all three. In this stage, the course provides perspectives on various financial issues such as strategic financial management and particular regulations on various taxation.

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