Exam internationally for the first time this August.
The exam will be offered in Japan, Bahrain, Kuwait,
eign nationals in response to rapidly escalating internation-
al demand for U.S. CPA licensure.
to the U.S. to take the U.S. Uniform CPA Exam, a 22 percent
increase from 2009. Nearly one-third of international candi-
dates came from Japan.
is the same as the U.S. CPA Exam administered by the
American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), National Association of
State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), and Prometric in the
United States. Future testing months during which the CPA
be November 2011 and February and May 2012.
same as for U.S. CPA candidates. Along with passing the
Uniform CPA Exam, international candidates must meet
educational and experience requirements as mandated by
U.S. state boards of accountancy.
through certain U.S. state boards of accountancy offering
eligibility for international candidates, including Connecticut.
An international testing FAQ sheet including a list of partici-
pating state boards and information about fees is available
at the AICPA Uniform CPA Examination website
· Is a full-time undergraduate student or
· Is a full-time graduate student taking a minimum of
· Works in a firm
· Has had a bachelor's degree for no more than five years
· Has not yet passed the CPA Exam