The Master in Management Programme awarded IMA accreditation
Published on 21 July 2020 by NEOMA
NEOMA Business School’s Master in Management has been awarded the IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) label as part of its Higher Education Endorsement Program. This label recognises NEOMA’s expertise in accounting and will help strengthen the attractiveness of the “Accounting, Auditing & Advisory” specialisation internationally. By also offering access to the CMA® certification, it will further enhance the employability of its graduates in the field of accounting and management.
International professional recognition
Obtaining this label, supported by a network of internationally recognised accounting professionals, confirms the expertise of the Master in Management in accounting and management. At the same time, it underlines the innovative nature of the teaching methods used in this programme, while reinforcing its attractiveness and its international outlook.
Obtaining this prestigious label will also give students the opportunity to prepare for and take the Certified Management Accountant (CMA®) exam. The CMA® certification is an internationally recognised professional qualification that attests to advanced expertise in strategic and financial management. The certification focuses on financial planning, control, analysis and decision support. Once they have obtained the CMA® certification, young graduates will be able to take up positions that will steer the company’s financial and global performance, such as Corporate Finance and Accounting Director, Portfolio/Fund Manager or Financial Controller.
A strengthening of the links between the IMA and NEOMA Business School
The IMA, which relies on an international network of more than 140,000 members, is today considered as one of the major professional associations in the field of management accounting. The awarding of this label to NEOMA Business School’s Master in Management marks an important step towards closer collaboration and links between the two institutions, particularly in terms of research and educational innovation.