List Of Auditing Schools In Uganda

Auditors are independent specialists who review the accounts of companies and organisations to ensure the validity and legality of their financial records. They can also act in an advisory role to recommend possible risk aversion measures and cost savings that could be made.

Accounting is the process of recording financial transactions pertaining to a business. The accounting process includes summarizing, analyzing, and reporting these transactions to oversight agencies, regulators, and tax collection entities.

Here are the List Of Auditing Schools In Uganda

Staff Room for School of Science in Accounting and Finance

Capital College of Accountancy & Management

MAT ABACUS Business School


Multitech Business School

Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda

Makerere University Business School

Kampala Institute of Vocational Training and Business Studies

Makerere University College of Business and Management Sciences

Makerere Business Training Center

What subjects are needed to become an accountant in Uganda?

At least a Second Class Lower Division Diploma in Science, Business, Computer Science, Information Technology, Accounting, Finance, Statistics, Economics or related field. At least a principal pass and two subsidiary passes in Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) or its equivalent at the same sitting.

How much is a CPA paper in Uganda?

Tuition Fees

200,000 per paper for Level 1;Shs. 250,000 per paper for Level 2 and Shs. 300,000 papers for Level 3 for every examination sitting. These costs are in addition to Examination Fees which are payable directly to ICPAU.

How long does a CPA course take in Uganda?

2 yearsCPA Alex Chips Ocitti was recognized at the 11th graduation ceremony of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) for completing the Certified Public Accountants of Uganda [CPA-U] course in a record 2 years. He is a full member of ICPAU.

How do I become a CPA in Uganda?

To register as a CPA(U) student, one must have at least one of the following qualifications.

  1. DEGREE. A degree from a recognised University.
  2. CERTIFICATES/DIPLOMAS. Accounting Technicians Certificate from recognised professional bodies such as ICPAU, KASNEB, etc.
  3. A-LEVEL.

How can I study for CPA?

The Best Way to Study for the CPA Exam

  1. Take a CPA practice test to see where you stand.
  2. Make a CPA exam study plan and stick to it.
  3. Let your friends and family know you’re taking the CPA exam.
  4. Take care of yourself.
  5. Find a CPA mentor.
  6. Begin studying for the CPA exam as soon as possible.
  7. Join a CPA study group.