The International Arab Certified Public Accountant (IACPA)

 An Arab accredited professional certificate aiming at providing Arab accountants with the highest Qualifications
 The curriculum for the qualification of the International Arab Public accountant has been developed to comply with the international curriculum issued by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in collaboration with a group of consultants from IASCA, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA),
 Certified General Accountants Association in Canada (CGA–Canada), European Commission, the Federation International des Experts Compatibles Francophone (FIDEF), the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS), the Polish Accounting Standards Board and the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC),
as well as representatives of academic and international accounting firms acting in their personal competence Validation of the “International Arab Certified Public Accountant (IACPA)” Certificate by the University of Cambridge-International Examinations (CIE) The University of Cambridge-International Examination (CIE) validated the “International Arab Certified Public Accountant (IACPA)” Certificate designation after a thorough evaluation and review of the curriculum material of the professional accounting qualification program, related prescribed academic reference books, level of examinations and procedures for preparing, proctoring, and correcting the examinations and ensuring that the level meets the best and highest international standards. IACPA Examinations’ Date & Regulations  IACPA examinations shall be conducted once at the end of every year. Each examination’s duration is three hours, the candidate sit for the exam in all the required papers from the first time. The candidate has to sit for the rest of the papers and/or the papers he/she has failed in the second and third sessions during the three-exam session period since his/her registration. If he/she passes any paper of the four, he/she shall not re-sit for it again; otherwise, if he/she fails, he/she has to re-sit for all the papers. Curriculum of IACPA The curriculum consists of four subjects as follows: 1. First paper: Economics and Finance 2. Second paper: Accounting 3. Third paper: Auditing 4. Forth paper: Regulations

IACPA Exam Fees
• Gulf countries: $ 2000
• Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Marco, Algeria, Libya: $ 1500
• Iraq, Sudan, Egypt, Syria: $ 1000
• Palestine,Yemen: $ 850