This will depend on the modules you take, and the grades you obtain:
- accredited programmes can lead to exemptions based on your overall performance during the course
- other degree courses can lead to exemptions from individual CAA exams.
Once you become a Student Actuarial Analyst you will need to formally apply for your exemptions and pay the exemption fee for each subject.
We cannot advise you on the degree course, or the options, which you need to take to become a Certified Actuarial Analyst
Our best advice is that you should take a course where your abilities are the strongest.
The exemption agreements that we have with the universities are based on information that they have provided to us. If you are considering applying for one of these courses, we recommend that you contact the university for further information. A university may decide not to run some of their modules, and their own website will give more details on current modules offered.
Am I eligible for exemption?
Education Services Team
Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, 1st Floor, Park Central, 40/41 Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1JD
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