CA Sri Lanka offers exemptions for AAT members following BSc. Degree in Applied Accounting

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) has consistently demonstrated exceptional standing as a leading tertiary education provider in the country, offering the best of world-class qualifications for the benefit of the country’s student and professional populations. 
In its continuing efforts to offer the best of local and foreign qualifications, CA Sri Lanka launched a specialized BSc. Degree in Applied Accounting, which has been approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The degree programme comes with a series of exemption schemes for the benefit of members of professional bodies, including exemptions for members of the Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka (AAT). 
The special exemption scheme is offered to AAT members who are looking to progress to the next level in their career, thereby adding merit to their existing qualification and paving the way to enjoy bigger opportunities in their professional journey.  
CA Sri Lanka is the only professional organisation in the country which offers both a recognized professional qualification and an academic degree in the field of accounting. The BSc. Degree in Applied Accounting, which has been approved by the UGC, is equivalent to the degrees offered at any state universities in the country.
The degree programme, which is currently on its fifth intake, has also received international recognition for its contemporary curriculum in line with international study standards and is also followed by foreign students apart from local students.
The degree programme has also received accreditation from CPA Australia, one of the world’s largest accounting bodies which recognised the CA Sri Lanka Applied Accounting degree as an entry qualification to follow the CPA Programme, while La Trobe University, a top Australian university also entered into partnership with CA Sri Lanka allowing students following CA Sri Lanka’s BSc. Degree in Applied Accounting the opportunity to transfer into La Trobe University’s Accounting Degree programme in Australia.
The BSc. degree is a great opportunity for AAT members seeking to gain admission to an academic programme which has received international recognition and is among the most sought-after accounting degrees in Sri Lanka.

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