The ICAEW Partner in Learning scheme is designed to incorporate the services and activities that the ICAEW currently offer higher education institutions (HEIs).
HEIs that currently engage with the ICAEW through activities such as graduate recruitment, credit for prior learning (CPL), and purchase or use of our learning materials can apply for recognition as an ICAEW Partner in Learning. Admission to the scheme is free. If we can work together and communicate openly, your students will reap the benefits as they embark on their future careers.
Below is a list of HEIs who are recognised ICAEW Partners in Learning.
List of higher education institutions (HEIs) with Partner in Learning status.
Partner in Learning status is awarded to higher education institutions who can demonstrate their commitment to the five core principles, which ensure consistency in the quality of tuition provision for ICAEW qualifications around the world. The five core principles and best practice indicators may vary depending on the qualification offered by the organisation.
Recognised Partners in Learning can benefit from the following:
If your higher education institution meets the five core principles (detailed in the application pack) and is happy to demonstrate its commitment to these principles during a supportive visit from the ICAEW Learning team, please download the application pack.
The student recruitment team offer support, advice and assistance for those weighing up their career options with the ACA qualification. This includes hosting presentation and networking sessions, running business skills sessions, literature, ACA guide to Training Vacancies and internships. Monthly e-newsletters are sent to HEIs and we also host an annual advisory day for HEI representatives. To find out more, please visit the careers website at www.icaew.com/careers.
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