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Student Accounting

Hi All,

I have to configure the student accounting related activity in SLCM. I am using SAP training material IHE-203. Am I refering the right material and how much it will be usefull for a person who has no idea about the FI-CA module.

This material also instruc that "Student Accounting is covered by the course IHE200. It covers business processes in student accounting (ISPS-CA), fee calculation and sponsoring. This includes functions in master data processing, student

accounting, collection activities."

Please suggest so that I would able to configure the student account related activities.

Thanks and Regards, Sudhir...

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 08:30 PM

    Hi Sudhir,

    - IHE 203 is the new version of IHE 200.

    - Generally training material is intended for classroom training - it is not a self-learning material. So don't expect that this approach will be easy.

    - I will ask a colleague to contact you with information on the next planned offerings of a student accounting class.

    - IHE 203 includes the essential processes of FI-CA. However complementary FI-CA knowledge is usually required. Also you should have some generic knowledge about FI, CO, FM in case you have integration requirements to the general accounting system.



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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 01:06 PM

    Hi Sudhir

    A Student Accounting Training is scheduled for January 21-25, 2008 in Belgium. For details and registration please contact:



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