Enrolment Process: Becoming a Member
If you are working in Bookkeeping/Accounting field, you can enrol in CIB anytime before or after completion of nine courses
In order to become a member of CIB, you have to be working in the Bookkeeping/ Accounting field.
Request a form from CIB: or
By mail only
The minimum requirement for entrance is graduation from high school or equivalent at a Grade 12 level. Completion of senior secondary school courses in Mathematics and English is required. Mature students (21 years of age or over) may be admitted without high school standing if they have two years of practical business experience.
It is recommended that students have access to a computer in order to facilitate the requirements of many of the courses in the program. If necessary, students must complete an introductory computer course, outside of the Institute’s course of study, as a prerequisite for many of the courses in the program.
New students are required to submit a one-time Enrolment Fee. By enrolling in CIB, a student indicates the intention of completing the program within the recommended five-year time period. Members also agree to abide by the rules and regulations and the Code of Professional Conduct of CIB.
CIB contracts to act as Registrar, maintain individual records, rule on courses equivalencies and make determinations on appeals. Enrolment must take place before student records are initiated. The enclosed Application for Enrolment should be forwarded to the Registrar. Enrolment can take place at any time upon meeting the requirements indicated at the top of this page.