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CFE Certified Fraud Examiner

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

KCSE Grade C and Above OR Holder of diploma in a relevant field OR Holder of A relevant Bachelors degree from a well recognized University

Duration: 4 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 5,000.00
External Exam Fee KES 40,000.00
Tuition Fee KES 60,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 10,000.00
TOTALS KES 121,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
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All Fees are payable in installments, for details check FAQs. 

Course Units/Overview

Course units

CFE001 Fraud Prevention And Deterrence

CFE002 Financial Transactions And Fraud Schemes

CFE003  Investigation

CFE004  Law

Course Description

Details and Benefits — Associate Membership


Associate Membership is open to individuals of all job functions, industries and levels of experience who are interested in the prevention, detection and deterrence of fraud. If you are a professional interested in learning more about fraud, Associate Membership provides you with the knowledge, resources and training you need to do your job now and at every stage of your career.

Associate Membership Benefits

CFE Eligibility – Becoming an Associate member is the first step on the path to becoming a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE); only ACFE members can become CFEs. Accepted worldwide as the standard of professional excellence in the anti-fraud profession, the CFE boasts a 31 percent salary premium and has been identified as "the gold standard in the area of fraud

Highly-regarded, member-exclusive publications – Expand your knowledge with content relevant to your career and stay current with the latest fraud-related news, information and emerging trends with Fraud Magazine , The Fraud Examiner, FraudInfo and Fraud Magazine e-newsletters.

Diverse networking opportunities – Connect and collaborate with anti-fraud professionals from all over the world at training events, local chapter meetings and online via targeted Discussion Forums, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Expert Training Opportunities – Sharpen your skills, increase your value in the job market and fulfill your Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements for the CFE and other credentials. The ACFE offers the best anti-fraud training available, including conferences, seminars, webinars, self-study courses, books and manuals.

Course Instructor(s)

John Kimani

Examining Body



Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:


Trimester Period                              

Application Window

January Intake

January 1st to April 30th                 

September 11th to January 10th

May Intake

May 1st to Aug 31st                          

January  11th to May 10th

September Intake

September 1st to Dec 31st

May 11th  to September 10th


Q2. In what installments can i pay the fees?

Answer:Payment is in 3 installments as follows

Installment Amount
1st installment: KES 51,000
2nd installment: KES 35,000
3rd installment: KES 35,000


 Q3. When can I sit for the exams?

a. Internal exams are activated for students individually

b. External exams are booked one month after you complete the course.

  1. Candidates must pass all four areas mentioned above in 30 days and submit them to the ACFE for grading. Exams can be taken in any order.
  2. The pass mark for each area is 75%.
  3. The examination is administered via computer so one can take it at a convenient time and location.
  4. The examination is made up of 500 multiple choice questions (125 from each area, 75 sec for each one i.e. 2.6 hours)

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