Institute of Indonesia Chartered Accountants (IAI)

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Member Pathway Agreement

CPA Australia has a Member Pathway Agreement (MPA) with IAI.

Pathway to CPA membership

The following steps demonstrate the pathway to CPA membership for full members of IAI under the conditions of the current MPA.

Please note: full members of IAI who meet the eligibility criteria, and have the Pre-Qualification Era Qualification, may gain direct entry to full CPA membership under the conditions of the current MPA. This MPA is valid until 7 November 2023. After this date, IAI members who apply for CPA membership will become Associate members and be required to complete the relevant CPA Program units under the conditions of the new MPA.

Step 1: Determine your eligibility

If you are a full member of the IAI, you may be eligible for Associate membership of CPA Australia if you:

  • are a member in good standing with IAI and not currently subject to any disciplinary sanctions or investigations and payment of fees
  • did not gain entry to IAI membership through another mutual recognition agreement (MRA), any other similar pathway agreements or any special member pathway
  • successfully completed the IAI Qualification
  • hold a university degree recognised by CPA Australia as being at least equivalent to Australian bachelor degree level. This will be determined during the verification of your application.

Step 2: Apply

Complete our online application and submit with the required documentation, including your application and membership fee.

In your application, nominate the Institute of Indonesia Chartered Accountants (IAI) as the professional body with whom you studied and hold membership.

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Step 3: Verification and outcome of your application

Your application will take approximately 10 to 15 working days to verify. We will send you an email advising you of your assessment outcome.

Step 4: Advance to CPA status

Once you become an Associate member of CPA Australia, you must successfully complete the following subjects of the CPA Program:

  • Strategic Management Accounting, as well as one of:

    * You may only enrol in the Contemporary Business Issues subject if you have successfully completed recognised studies in Auditing at an undergraduate level or higher. If you have not completed recognised studies in Auditing, you are required to complete Advanced Audit and Assurance as a compulsory subject within the CPA Program.

When complete, you will advance to CPA status, receive a CPA certificate and will then be able to use the letters CPA after your name.

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