Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Graduate Programs & Internships

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Chartered Accountants are highly valued for their versatile skill set and creative lateral thinking, that's why all of the top 100 Global Brands employ Chartered Accountants. *

*Source: CAW, 2020 – Interbrand, Best Global Brands 2019

What is a Chartered Accountant?

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Why become a Chartered Accountant?

Meet the difference maker: Mark Valerio CA

Combining mindfulness and accounting : Camille Woods CA

The passport to an international career: Simon Hardman CA

The CA Program

Empowering difference makers

The CA Program can equip you with the skills and confidence to solve complex business challenges effectively, ethically, and creatively. Chartered Accountants develop unique perspectives alongside exceptional technical expertise that can empower them to drive business decisions to help create better societies, communities and economies.

What does the CA Program involve?

The CA Program is structured in two parts: the Graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting (GradDipCA) – made up of seven core subjects, along with a choice of two electives – and three years of Mentored Practical Experience by a CA mentor.

Core subjects include Ethics and Business, Risk and Technology, Financial Accounting and Reporting, Tax, Business Performance, Audit and Risk, Integrated Chartered Accounting Practice.

Elective subjects include; Advanced Tax, Assurance, Data Analytics and Insights, Strategy and Performance.

There are 4 terms per year, with subjects offered more often, allowing a balance between work and study.

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Global mobility and influential network

The CA Program could be your passport to an international career. Members of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand broaden their professional communities through connections with:

Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) which brings together members of 14 chartered accounting institutes to promote the CA designation and create a community of over 1.8 million Chartered Accountants and students in more than 190 countries.

The Global Accounting Alliance (GAA), with over 1 million members, is a leading international accounting community of practice. As part of the GAA you’ll join the discussion on the latest trends and opportunities, network with business leaders, and receive professional support from other GAA member bodies. This recognition, along with the internationally recognised Graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting (GradDipCA) gained on completion of The CA Program, can provide you with the opportunity to work in exciting environments across the world – wherever you want to make an impact.*

*Course entry requirements, including assumed knowledge apply to the CA Program. International opportunities may require additional training in some countries and be subject to country-specific visa requirements and other restrictions.

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Be Inspired

A career in business and accounting may be different to what you assume. Meet some of our Chartered Accountants (CA) who have completed the CA Program and are now working across a variety of service lines and industries, mixing their passion with their profession.

Meet the difference maker: Mark Valerio CA

Combining mindfulness and accounting: Camille Woods CA

The passport to an international career: Simon Hardman CA

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