CIMA Salary in Botswana

CIMA Salary in Botswana

What is CIMA ?

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants is the global professional management accounting body based out of the UK. CIMA offers training and qualification in management accountancy and related subjects. It is focused on accountants working in the industry and provides ongoing support and training for members. 

CIMA Salary in Botswana

 The average salary for an Accountant is $21935 per year in Botswana. Click here to see the total pay, recent salaries shared and more!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does CIMA get paid?

The average salary for Cima jobs is £47,500. Read on to find out how much Cima jobs pay across various UK locations and industries. We have 375 jobs paying higher than the average Cima salary!

Where can I study CIMA in Botswana?

BAC runs CIMA courses in full compliance with CIMA’s quality standards. BAC is one of the few colleges accredited by CIMA as a ‘Learning Quality Partner’ in Africa. In Botswana only BAC has such accreditation status.

Who Earns More CIMA or ACCA?

The ACCA trainees start with an average salary of £19,300 p.a., while the ACCA finalists and ACCA part-qualified can earn up to £30,700 p.a. and £25,800 p.a. respectively. On the other hand, CIMA qualified professionals get an average salary of £62,000, increasing to £129,000 at senior levels.

Is CIMA equal to masters?

Full completion of the CIMA qualification, including the practical experience requirement, is broadly equivalent to a Master’s degree and has post-graduate status in the UK.

Which level of CIMA is the hardest?

CIMA F2 is one of the hardest exams you’ll study in your CIMA exams. The pass rate is just 57% and, more than that, it’s on a subject that most management accountants don’t use in their working life, so everything is probably new and hard to associate with.

Does Big 4 hire CIMA?

But did you know that top MNCs and the big fours consider certifications such as ACCA and CIMA to be the cherry on top for candidates? A whopping 96% of FTSE 100 firms trust and employ ACCA and CIMA members.

Which degree is best with CIMA?

Many professionals choose of the following in addition to CIMA: Masters of Business Administration (MBA): Whilst studying for an MBA, you will learn about business management, administration, finance, HR and operations management. CIMA helps to gain core subject skills and an MBA helps to gain leadership skills.

Is MBA better than CIMA?

Comprehensiveness: MBA is much more comprehensive than CIMA. If a candidate wants to complete an MBA, they need to study at least 20-25 subjects on average. But in the case of CIMA, candidates need to learn only nine subjects.

Can CIMA be completed in 2 years?

On average, students take one year to complete this level. On average, students complete the 12 professional qualification exams in four years. Most students attempt two or three exams at each sitting but they can be completed in three sittings.

How many people pass CIMA first time?

CIMA releases latest tranche of exam pass rates

First time pass rate: Percentage of students who have passed the exam on first attempt.70%74%
Exam pass rate: Total exams passed / total exams taken.67%71%

How many times can you fail CIMA exam?

A: There is no time limit to complete the CIMA qualification. On average, it takes a student who is working full-time and studying part-time between three and five years to qualify. Q: How many times can I sit an examination? A: There is no limit to the number of attempts you may have at each exam.