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CPA Course in Kuwait

CPA Training in Kuwait

The CPA training course at Infinity Training Center,Kuwait is packed with every resource that a CPA aspirant needs to taste success in CPA exam. The training in this CPA institute is conducted by the industry’s experts and skilled trainers. Our CPA training course is filled with content that will help a candidate to have a deep and clear understanding of exam objectives and perform the allotted tasks perfectly. The course involves an extensive and personalized learning approach, accurate practice tests, and real-time assessment. Shaping a career with a CPA course at Infinity training is easier than anything.


Our CPA  training programme is dedicated to help you master all the topics included in the CPA curriculum and prepare you with the needed techniques to pass the exam. Delivered via our hybrid Classroom (Physical + Virtual) attendance, our programme relays on interactive and engaging activities that offers you an unparalleled learning experience, as well as sharpen your accounting skills and increase your knowledge in this area.


At Infinity our focus is to make sure you have all the knowledge and exam techniques you need to achieve the CPA qualification. Our core objective is to help you pass.We provide you with the very best course materials written especially for Infiniti students in addition to study texts, question banks and online resources. Our course materials are designed to help the learning process: graphic‑rich slides and exam‑style question banks complement our lecturers. A progress test every few weeks ensures that you stay up to speed.

CPA Exam Overview

Managed by AICPA, CPA is the highest competency that one can earn in the field of accountancy. It has gained global significance and is equal to chartered accountant expertise in other countries. The associated exam has four sections. Each section is four-hour long and should be passed within 18 months. Earning a CPA or Certified


Public Accountants certification is the supreme credential competency that any accounting professional can ever acquire. This certification helps an accounting professional to get recognized at the global level and impart key accounting skills and make aware of the latest accounting practices. Professionals like CS, CA, Financial Advisors, MBA, Cost Accounting professionals, and many others can leverage their career with this certification.


To become a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA), you must meet the education, examination, and experience requirements. All candidates must pass the Uniform CPA Examination, which comprises four sections: Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Business Environment and Concepts (BEC), Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR), and Regulation (REG).

Is the CPA for you?

Whether you’re looking to begin your career in accounting or enhance your financial advisory skills to prepare for a career upgrade, then CPA is the right choice for you. Earning a CPA license demonstrates a commitment to the profession and often highlights potential candidates for leadership and management positions. CPAs are currently in more demand than ever before, it gives you respect and admire by your peers, clients and the general population.

Course entry requirements

A bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or business with 120 credits

A minimum of 120 credit hours to be eligible to take the CPA exams

A minimum of 150 credit hours and 1-2 years work experience to apply for a CPA license

The CPA journey

You can sit for the exams in any order. However, from the date of passing your first exam you must take and pass all 4 exams within 18 months.  The training programme can be completed between 12 -18 months. This takes into account the time taken to get your credentials verified as each state’s requirements may vary. For more information about getting your credentials verified and registering for the exam, please visit or call us for guidance.

Course structure

The CPA consists of four sections, each has its own exam:

Auditing and Attestation (AUD)

Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR)

Business Environment and Concepts (BEC)

Regulation (REG)

Steps to become a CPA

Your journey to the CPA license will be a challenging, yet rewarding, experience. We want to ensure you have the information and resources to help you achieve your goal. There are many steps to the process, but your journey begins with learning the basics.

So, what are the basic steps to earning the CPA license?

1. Determine your eligibility

By visiting the NASBA website, you can learn whether you meet the education requirements needed to take the CPA Exam. Most candidates can take an Exam section with only 120 college credits, but you should verify with your specific jurisdiction. If you live outside the U.S., NASBA’s International Evaluation Services can help you determine your eligibility.

2. Submit your application

Once you’ve determined your eligibility, it’s time to apply. Complete the application through NASBA’s CPA Central portal and submit the required documentation for verification. Once verified, you’ll receive your Notice to Schedule (NTS), which is valid for six months and allows you to schedule your CPA Exam section.

3. Schedule your CPA Exam section

After deciding when you want to take your CPA Exam section, use your NTS to schedule your test day through Prometric. U.S. candidates can test anywhere in the world where the CPA Exam is administered. International candidates may not be able to test at all Prometric locations outside of the U.S. You should check for specific testing locations available to you.

4. Study for the CPA Exam

Each section of the CPA Exam is a rigorous assessment of the minimum technical knowledge and skills required for initial licensure. You’ll take one section at a time so make sure to use all the resources and tools available to you, including the CPA Exam Blueprints.

5. Taking the CPA Exam

You’ll have 18 months to pass all four CPA Exam sections with a minimum score of 75. The CPA Exam is administered continuously throughout the year, so this gives you the flexibility to test when it’s most convenient for you. Check score release dates to find out when you can expect to receive your score after testing. Once you’ve passed all four sections, verify whether your jurisdiction requires a separate Ethics examination before applying for your license.

6. Apply for your license

When applying for your license, verify that you have the required college credit hours. Generally, you must have 150 with a concentration in accounting. This includes 30 hours in accounting subjects and 24 hours in business administration subjects. A minimum of 15 hours must be at the upper-division or graduate level.


As for experience, all candidates for licensure must have a minimum of one year of experience (approximately 2,000 hours) verified by a licensed CPA. Your experience should include work in accounting, attestation, auditing, or taxation. It’s important to check the specific experience requirements with your jurisdiction.

How much it will cost to become a CPA ?

1. CPA Exam application fee

Your state board of accountancy charges a CPA Exam application fee to determine your overall eligibility to sit for the CPA Exam. This initial application fee varies by state. The average is around $140, and most states charge between $100 and $200. This is a non-refundable, one-time fee that you will pay directly to the state board.

2. CPA Examination fee

NASBA has set a fee schedule of about $225 for each section of the CPA Exam. The majority of the 55 state boards charge this amount, though they have the discretion to charge a different amount. If you pass all four sections on the first try, you will spend $900 on NASBA CPA Examination fees. These fees are non-refundable, so only schedule your exams when you’re ready to sit for them.


Because NASBA handles the application process for many states, you will find that some state boards charge the CPA Examination fee along with the application fee when you apply to take the CPA Exam through their boards, while NASBA states require you to pay the examination fee directly to NASBA. In this case, NASBA will send you a payment coupon after your state board has specified which sections you are eligible to sit for.

3. Foreign credential evaluations

For international candidates, part of the CPA Exam qualification process is getting your transcripts evaluated by a foreign credential evaluation agency. There are many to choose from, including NASBA International Evaluation Services (NIES), World Education Services (WES) or International Education Research Foundation (IERF). The price of this service can range from $100 to $400 depending on who the provider is and how they package their offerings.

4. Fees to reschedule the CPA Exam

If you are unable to sit for the CPA Exam on the appointment date you scheduled, you may need to pay Prometric an additional fee to reschedule the CPA Exam. There’s no fee if you contact Prometric to reschedule 30 or more days in advance. With 6-29 days’ notice, the fee to reschedule is $35, and with 5 or fewer days’ notice, that fee increases to $83.76. As long as your rescheduled date is still within the period that your Notice to Schedule (NTS) is valid for, you will not need to repay the application and examination fees.


If you miss your testing appointment without formally canceling or rescheduling with Prometric at least 24 hours in advance, or if you bring the wrong ID or NTS, you will be marked as a no-show. That means you forfeit all the fees you paid! However, if you reschedule before your NTS expires, you will not have to repay the application and examination fees. State boards may give exception to extreme circumstances, so call your board if you believe your situation warrants consideration.

5. CPA Exam registration fee

Most of the state boards charge a registration fee when you schedule an exam. This fee ranges from $15 to $150 and is commonly around $75.

6. Additional fees for  international locations

If you will be taking the CPA Exam in an international location , you will need to pay an additional fee when you register. The additional fee you must pay for each CPA Exam section you plan to take internationally is $371.55 per section, regardless of which state board of accountancy has declared your eligibility for the examination. You will pay this through the NASBA candidate portal.

CPA Exam fees Summary

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