As an ACA student, you automatically join your local ICAEW student society or student network free of charge. They are run by students for students. Regardless of the size of the organisation that you work for, it is up to you how you choose to utilise your society or network.
Your local society or network is actively organising events and activities - here are just some of the reasons to get involved
an ideal opportunity to meet people who are also studying for the ACA from a wide range of industries and organisations - nationally and internationally
develop leadership and communication skills through skill-based seminars such as CV writing, assertiveness, body language and negotiating for success
further your career through seminars and presentations - topics include 'working in business' and 'working abroad'
join in with ACA exam revision sessions
attend a wide range of social events from football tournaments and pub quiz nights through to new member parties and annual ball and dinners
Find out more
Are you an international student? From China to Gibraltar, Vital spoke to ACA students around the world to find out how getting involved with their regional student society has helped them.
An ACA student automatically becomes a member of their local ICAEW student society when they register on a training contract. Student societies are run by students for students and are supported by regional teams to provide opportunities such as exam revision sessions, personal development seminars and networking events.
Who represents you?
ICAEW Student Council (ISC) is made up of representatives from student societies and networks around the world.