Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA) Admission Form 2022/2023 Is Out

Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA) Admission Form 2022/2023 Is Out

NCA Admission Form 2022/2023 Is Out: Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA), the training arm of the Association of National Accounts of Nigeria, ANAN, is now selling the application forms for admission into its program for the 2022/2023 academic session. See the requirements and how to apply for the Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA) Admission Form below.

The Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA) is presently welcoming applications from applicants who satisfy the entrance standards for the 2022/2023 academic session, which begins in September 2022.

Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA) Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science degree (B.sc) Accounting from any NUC accredited Nigerian University or any approved university or any approved overseas University.
  • Higher National Diploma (HND) Accountancy from an NBTE accredited Nigerian Polytechnic or any approved overseas Polytechnic,

Note:

  • Any Applicant who is a graduate of an Overseas University/Polytechnic is required to provide a transcript of his/her academic; records properly issued and signed by the Registrar Of the issuing institution.
  • B.Sc./HND in Business Administration, Management, Economics, Banking and Finance, and allied courses shall be admitted into our Conversion Programme.

How to Apply for the Nigerian College of Accountancy (NCA) Admission Form

THE APPLICATION FORM IS ONLY TEN THOUSAND NAIRA (10,000) AND CAN BE OBTAINED IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER:

A. ONLINE:

The online application is now available at www.anancollege.org.ng.

B. PHYSICAL FORM

NIGERIAN COLLEGE OF ACCOUNTANCY, KWALL, NEAR JOS
Or
ANAN National Headquarters, Ahmadu Bello Way, Abuja
Or
Any of NCA Accredited Study Centre

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CLOSING DATE: Only application forms returned with all relevant Credentials by October 20, 2022, will be considered for admission.

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