Candidates in CPA PEP who:
- have been expelled
- have chosen to permanently withdraw or
- have exhausted all attempts to pass modules or module examinations
must apply for re-admission and restart CPA PEP. Applicants for re-admission must have a valid CPAWSB transcript assessment confirming they have met the current prerequisite requirements and they are eligible to enter CPA PEP. Re-admitted candidates can have no more than 12 months of prior experience recognized from the date they are re-admitted to CPA PEP. The six-year education program time limit will reset upon re-admission.
If you have been withdrawn from CPA PEP for non-payment of fees or exhausting module/examination attempts you are required to answer ‘yes’ to the Involuntary Removal question in the Good Character and Reputation section of the Character page of the admission application if you choose to apply for re-admission. The question currently reads: Has your registration as a member, candidate or student ever been terminated involuntarily by a professional accounting body (including a provincial or regional CPA body, or legacy body) for non-payment of dues, failure to complete Continuing Professional Development requirements, exhausting module/exam attempts, failure to complete the program within established time limits, or for any other reason?
CPA Preparatory Courses
Students who are re-entering the CPA preparatory courses need to repeat the transcript assessment and admission application process again before registering for other courses.