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The CIA is the only internationally accepted designation for internal auditors.

It is the standard which exhibits the level of professionalism within the internal audit profession, and a way of proving a commitment by professional internal auditors to prove a readiness for evolving challenges.

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Believe the CIA brings value to internal audit work

%

Of chief audit executives (CAEs) prefer to hire CIA candidates

CIAs earn an annual average of $38,000 more than those without a certification

Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility requirements for education, character reference, work experience and identification must be met. All documentation mentioned must be received and approved by the IIA's certification staff. Candidates must hold an Associate's degree of higher for approval into one of the IIA's certification programs. Three A-level certificates with a grade C or higher is also accepted, as well as common equivalents are a Diploma of Higher Education, Foundation Degree, or Higher National Diploma.

Exam Syllabus

Part 1 – Essentials of Internal Auditing

125 questions I 2.5 hours (150 minutes)

Part 2 – Practice of Internal Auditing

100 questions I 2.0 hours (120 minutes)

Part 3 – Business Knowledge for Internal Auditing

100 questions I 2.0 hours (120 minutes)

Training Methods

Live Online

Live Online

Training sessions are held on global audio and video communication platforms

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Classroom

Classroom

Courses are held in classrooms equipped in prestigious hotels

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