Chartered Accountant - State Exam

Admission Requisites

You can register for the Chartered Accountant State Exam if you have one of the following degrees:

  • New academic system degrees: LM-56, LM-77 (D.M. 270), 64/S, 84/S (D.M. 509/99) and an 18-month traineeship, provided that one year was completed after finishing a specialist or Masters degree;
  • Previous academic system degress: Faculty of Economics degrees based on programmes regulated by DM 509/99 and a post-degree traineeship of no less than 18 months. Political Sciences and Law degrees and a post-degree traineeship of no less than 18 months begun by 31/12/2007.
  • Please note: All candidates are admitted to the examination, pending evaluation of requisites. The administration will exclude all candidates who do not hold the necessary degrees. Candidates who have provided false or misleading information will be automatically excluded from participation in state exams; if the exam has already been taken, the results will be invalidated, and no fees will be returned. Naturally, candidates who provide false and/or misleading information are subject to current legislative measures (Art. 76 - D.P.R. 445/2000).

Exemption

Exemption for the first written test is accepted for:

  • Candidates on Register of Accountants – Section B;
  • Candidates who have a degree with an agreement, as per Art. 43 of D. Lgs. (June 28) N. 139.

Candidates who wish to apply for the exemption must complete the exemption form for the first written test and submit it together with other documentation. The agreement will be applied as established for the given local Register. Candidates with a degree from previous academic systems are not eligible for the exemption (ante D.M. 509/99).

State Exam

The state exam includes three written and one oral tests.

Written Tests

1. Written test on the following subjects: general and applied accounting, company auditing, industrial and trade accounting, banking accounting, professional accounting and company finance;

2. Second written test on: Private Law, Trade Law, Bankruptcy Law, Tax Law, Welfare and Labour Law, Civil Law;

3. Practical test on subjects from first written test: production of acts on tax dispute;

The oral test will evaluate the candidate’s knowledge on subjects in the written tests, as well as: computer science, information systems, political economy, mathematics and statistics, legislation and professional deontology.

Registration 

To register for the state exam, please follow the directions provided at Registration Procedure

 

Second Session 2019

Location: Faculty of Engineering - Via Eudossiana, 18

Date: 
First test: 14th November 2019 - Room 11, Faculty of Economics, Floor -2, Via del Castro Laurenziano 9, 00161 Rome - 9.00 am (we recommend entry from the driveway of the faculty)
Second test: Thursday 21 November 2019, 9.00 am, classroom 11, Faculty of Economics, floor -2, via del Castro Laurenziano, 9 -00161 Roma
Third test: 13.12.2019, 11.00-14.00, room 6c, Faculty of Economics, via del Castro Laurenziano, 9, floor 0
oral tests: 20 January 2020 - from 10.00 am - Parrillo room, Management Dept., 3rd floor Faculty of Economics, via del Castro Laurenziano 9 - 00161 Rome

Commission
President:
Prof. Bernardino Quattrociocchi 
Members: Prof. Flaviano Moscarini, Dott. Andrea Proietti, Prof. Salvatore Esposito De Falco, Dott.ssa D'Iorio Filomena
Administrative Secretary: 
Daniela Chiapponi

First Session 2020

Location: Faculty of Engineering - Via Eudossiana, 18

Date: 
First test: June 16, 2020

Commission
President:
to be defined
Members: to be defined
Administrative Secretary: tbd

 

 

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