Certified Financial Technician Examination (CFTe)
The CFTe I exam is now being offered year-round, at testing centers throughout the world through Pearson VUE, IFTA’s computer-based testing provider. The candidate selects the exam date and location when they register for the exam.
The CFTe II is offered twice annually, typically in April and October. Register here for the next CFTe II to be held on 19 October 2017. The deadline to register for this exam is 1 September 2017. No registrations will be accepted after this date.
The CFTe I examinations are offered at testing centers throughout the world through Pearson VUE, IFTA’s computer-based testing provider.
To view available examination locations
- Go to Pearson VUE
- Select “Locate, Find a test center”
- Under “Choose a testing program” select “International Federation of Technical Analysts”
- Select “Country” from drop down list
- Type in desired city
- Click the “Search” button
The CFTe II examinations are offered in major cities throughout the world. IFTA will attempt to accommodate any exam location request. Additional fees apply to candidates requesting a non-IFTA proctored exam location (where IFTA incurs additional expenses).
The CFTe I exams are currently offered in English, German and Spanish. Arabic and Chinese will be added at a later date. The CFTe II exam is offered in English, German, Italian, French, Arabic and Spanish. Additional fees apply to candidates requesting the exam in a non-English language.
Master of Financial Technical Analysis (MFTA)
Individuals who are seeking entry to the program via the “Alternate Path” are required to submit “Alternate Path pre-application” by either February 28 for the session beginning May 2 (Session 1) or July 31 for the session beginning October 2 (Session 2). If accepted, they must then submit other items according to the below schedule.
Application and Outline Submission Deadline: May 2
Paper Submission Deadline: October 15
Application and Outline Submission Deadline: October 2
Paper Submission Deadline: March 15
MFTA papers must be submitted in English. If a candidate writes the paper in another language, the candidate is responsible for having it translated and submitting translation by the regular deadline.