Are you considering sitting an ACCA exam between now and June 2019?
ACCA is a globally recognised accountancy qualification. It is a badge of quality and professionalism that ensures your knowledge and skills are of the highest standard.
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ACCA Some facts:
Applied Knowledge Level:
ACCA Knowledge level is the first level of the ACCA qualification and consists of three modules:
AB – Accountant in Business
MA – Management Accounting
FA – Financial Accounting.
Once a student has passed these three exams, they can progress onto ACCA Skills level.
Applied Skills Level:
ACCA Skills level is the second level in the ACCA qualification and comprises six modules and exams. This level is open to students who have completed the Knowledge level or gained exemptions from the Knowledge level through relevant study, such as completing a relevant degree.
LW- Corporate Law
PM- Performance Management
TX – Taxation
FR – Financial Reporting
AA – Audit & Assurance
FM – Financial Management
Strategic Professional Level:
ACCA Strategic Professional level is the final level of the ACCA qualification. This level is open to students who have passed relevant ACCA exams or who have a relevant degree/masters.
SBL – Strategic Business Leader
SBR – Strategic Business Reporting
AFM- Advanced Financial Management
APM – Advanced Performance Management
ATX – Advanced Taxation
AAA – Advanced Audit & Assurance
You must sit the essential paper and then choose two papers from the options
In addition students must complete an online Ethics and Professional Skills module and complete their Practical Experience Requirement record before they can progress to ACCA membership.
In order to achieve the ACCA Qualification, students have to:
ACCA offer you various entry points on to the ACCA Qualification depending on your previous academic qualifications.
If you have two A Levels and three GCSEs in five separate subjects including English and maths (or equivalent qualifications), you can start your studies at the ACCA Qualification
If you do not meet the minimum entry requirements to start the ACCA Qualification, then you will need to apply for Foundations in Accountancy or the Diploma in Accounting and Business and take some or all of these awards before continuing with the ACCA Qualification
ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business
FAB Accountant in Business
FMA Management Accounting
FFA Financial Accounting
If you have a relevant degree from a university accredited by ACCA, then you may not need to take all of the ACCA Qualification exams. Nine exams at the Fundamentals level of the ACCA Qualification are eligible for exemption. You cannot claim exemptions from any exams at the Professional level.
Only ACCA can confirm if you are entitled to any exemptions. For more information please clink on the link below
ACCA Exam Entry
The key changes to the exam entry process are the addition of an early exam entry period to the standard and late exam entry periods which already exist and combined initial application with exam entry for students who apply online.
These changes and new dates will impact on when potential students should submit their initial application to ACCA. Students can now choose to submit an initial application at any time. However their application must be received by ACCA in plenty of time for ACCA to process it in respect of their chosen exam entry period. ACCA’s guideline is that initial applications should be received at least 20 days in advance of the published exam entry period closing dates.
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