Babington is delighted to announce that one of their Accountancy Professional Level 7 achievers has been graded the 4th highest in the world for their CIMA Strategic Case Study.
The learner passed the case study exam in May 2020 with flying colours, meaning they have been awarded the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designation. This achievement recognises the learner’s value, showcasing their professionalism, business and leadership skills, ethics and commitment.
The amazing news comes just months after another Babington student, Emma Cartwright, scored the joint 6th highest score in the world for her CIMA Operational Case Study Exam, further strengthening Babington’s position as the market leader for Accountancy professional development programmes.
Babington’s Accountancy Professional Apprenticeship, in partnership with Grant Thornton, is a professional accountancy programme that is equivalent to a master’s degree. Leading to either a CIMA or ACCA qualification, the programme develops highly valuable leadership skills for businesses across the country.
Extending opportunities for their accountancy students, Babington recently renewed their contract with Grant Thornton, showing their commitment to ensuring high-quality training for students and employers for the next 5 years.
Congratulations to the Babington learner who has just received the 4th highest grade in the world for their CIMA qualification. Babington wishes them nothing but success in their future endeavours.