April 22, 2022 | Author | 0 Comments
Win-Win For Chrisland University Accounting Students As ICAN Presents Accreditation Certificate
Chrisland University, Abeokuta has received certificate of accreditation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) in recognition of its B.Sc programme in Accounting.
The University is among some 30 tertiary institutions and tuition centres accorded accreditation and award of recognition by ICAN at its Victoria Island Office in Lagos on Thursday.
With the recognition, students of the University can obtain the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) degree in Accounting with an added ICAN certificate at a go as well as being exempted from some ICAN subjects, being a recognized training Institution
In addition, Chrisland University as a center for ICAN examination is well empowered to run Top-Up programme for those that already have ICAN certificate but desire to have a B.Sc degree.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof Chinedum Peace Babalola, who spoke on behalf of the recipient institutions, appreciated the Institute for recognizing the qualified tertiary institutions and tuition centers across Nigeria
While thanking the Institute for supporting the tertiary institutions through donation of books, Prof Babalola commended ICAN for sustaining its record of excellence and integrity since over 50 years of its existence.
In her keynote speech, the President of ICAN, Mrs. Comfort Olu Eyitayo stated that the accreditation/recognition programme's main goal stemmed from the organization's findings that grooming proficient professionals necessitates quality control in the preparatory training they receive, the quality and number of those who deliver the training, and the instructional facilities in which such training is provided.
Eyitayo disclosed that the Institute's accreditation of tertiary institutions and tuition centers is aimed at ensuring high-quality accounting education that adheres to the International Federation of Accountants' (IFAC) global standards, which is the same standard that ICAN examinations are based on.
While congratulating the qualified institutions and tuition centers for meeting all of the conditions for running certificate courses in accordance with the professional body's mission, she urged them to uphold high standards in the accounting courses for which they were certified.