CIMA has updated their syllabus and from 4th November 2019 all Objective Test exams are on the new 2019 syllabus.
If you’ve studied the 2015 syllabus, but now find yourself sitting, or resitting, on the 2019 syllabus, we have free transitional course to help bridge any knowledge gaps.
Transitional courses - getting you from the 2015 syllabus to the 2019 syllabus
These courses are open to you if you were enrolled on a Classroom, Live Online, OnDemand or Distance Learning course, purchased in 2018 or 2019, under the 2015 syllabus.
Transitional courses are online and include:
- Transition Advice document - which shows what has changed under the new syllabus
- Study Modules - for the areas that have been updated
- Knowledge Checks - for the areas that have been updated
- Consolidation Test
- Progress Test
- Test Yourself
- Exam Prep Tests - for the areas that have been updated
- 2 x Mock Exams
- Online PDFs (non-downloadable) of Study Text, Integrated Workbook and Revision Cards Chapters - for the areas that have been updated
- Online PDF (non-downloadable) of Exam Kit
You won’t get any hard copies of materials, but you can buy an updated copy of the Study Text or Exam Kit from Kaplan Publishing.
The courses are available for all Professional Objective Test subjects. So that’s:
E1: Organisational Management (2015) - changed to Managing Finance in a Digital World (2019)
P1: Management Accounting - focus changed to digital issues in costing
F1: Financial Reporting and Taxation (2015) - changed to Financial Reporting (2019)
E2: Project and Relationship Management (2015) - changed to Managing Performance (2019)
P2: Advanced Management Accounting - focus changed to digital technologies
F2: Advanced Financial Reporting - new additions to syllabus and focus on digital
E3: Strategic Management - focus changed to digital strategy
P3: Risk Management - introducing cyber security and focusing on strategic risk
F3: Financial Strategy - focus on valuation of intangibles
If you would like to take a transitional course to bridge the gap between the 2015 syllabus and the new 2019 syllabus, please get in touch with Student Services. Contact them on 0161 259 7400 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org