The CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) designation is an internationally respected professional designation conferred by the CFA Institute.
The program\'s professional conduct requirements demand that both CFA candidates and charter holders adhere to the highest standards of ethical
responsibility. Upholding ethical standards are as much part of holding the CFA designation as passing the examinations. Adherence to these standards fosters confidence and trust among clients, employers, and regulators.
Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya; is a tuition provider for the CFA program in east Africa region.
Enroll and Register:
Before you enroll in the CFA Program and register for your exam you must meet the entry requirements:
Have a bachelors (or equivalent) degree
- Or be in the final year of your bachelors degree program at the time of registration
- Or have four years of qualified, professional work experience
- Or have a combination of work and college experience that totals at least four years (Note: Summer, part-time and internship positions do not qualify)
Reading materials are provided by the institute upon payment of registration fees.
The CFA Program is postgraduate. The readings assigned in the study program and the questions on the CFA examinations are geared for individuals who are prepared to deal with masters level course work. No specific prerequisite courses of study are prescribed for enrolling in the CFA Program, but applicants should be aware that assigned readings in many topic areas are beyond a basic, introductory level.
Registration deadlines are indicated in www.cfainstitute.org