As you progress through the CIMA qualification, you will be awarded part-qualified designatory letters. You can use these letters after your name on your CV, business cards and LinkedIn profile as long as you continue to pay your annual student subscription.
Gaining these part-qualified designatory letters symbolises your achievement within the qualification and also demonstrates to employers that you're gaining the knowledge and skills needed to make a difference in the workplace.
After passing all your CIMA exams and gaining your practical experience, you will gain the letters ACMA, CGMA.
Find out more about the CGMA designation