The Academia & Education Community is an online forum for anyone with an interest in academia and the advancement of the accountancy profession. It offers a space to connect, collaborate and share insight and ideas with colleagues and professionals on accountancy education, qualification, lifelong learning (CPD) and research.
Interviews from the speakers at the event 'Flourishing in Academia' held at Chartered Accountants' Hall on the 17 January 2019 to explore what it means to be an academic accountants and discover how you can excel in the education sector.
The interactive diagram below illustrates some of the possible paths in Academia and Education.
We want to provide clarity, insight, and direction on the current and future challenges to the accountancy profession; inspire discussions and exchange ideas with our members, organisations, and communities worldwide.
Finance in a Digital World is our new eLearning course produced with Deloitte that looks at how technology is driving finance transformation. Find out more!
The Researching Accountant Development Framework
Welcome to the Researching Accountant Development Framework You are invited to use this interactive resource (the RADF) to support you as you develop as a researcher in academia.
The Research Accountant Development Framework is based on three dimensions of learning – the cognitive, intrapersonal and interpersonal - and builds on research carried out by Hilary Lindsay during and after her own professional doctoral studies.
A summary of key points from each topic.
Insights on transitioning from accounting professional practice to a career in academia.
Accounting academic Carolyn M.Callahan discusses diversity within US accounting education.
D.Scott Showalter gives advice on preparing for a second career as an accounting academic.
Academia and Education events
Events for Academia and Education Community members.
As an ICAEW Partner in Learning, you’ll be listed on our website so that potential and existing students can see how you work with us.
Turning the Pages is an award-winning interactive tool developed by the British Library that allows us to show you some of the rarest books in the ICAEW collection in digitised form.