About ACCA

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification is a globally recognised accountancy qualification. It is a badge of quality and professionalism, and ensures that your knowledge and skills are of the highest professional standard.

 

Entry Requirements

You need a minimum of 3 GCSEs and two A levels in five separate subjects including maths and English or equivalent qualifications to start the ACCA qualification.

If you don’t have the minimum qualifications you can start by registering for Foundations in Accountancy (FIA) and study for one or all of the entry-level qualifications. There are three qualifications, and you can start at any level.

The ACCA Qualification consists of 4 modules, grouped into two levels:

 

Fundamentals Level (F1-F9)

The ACCA Knowledge Module is made up from three Papers (F1 Accountant in Business, F2 Management Accounting & F3 Financial Accounting)

Knowledge module (F1-F3) introduces you to the core areas of financial and management accounting as well as general business principles and theories. They are assessed by Computer Based Exams (available when it suits you).

While we provide courses for these exams, for syllabuses and past exam questions please go to the official ACCA website:

Skills module (F4-F9) consists of 6 papers covering a range of core areas of Finance including Tax, Financial and Management Accounting, Financial Reporting and Audit and is the first level of the professional qualification.  It is positioned at an intellectual level equivalent to a Bachelors degree. They are assessed by written or computer-based exams, in March, June, September and December. F4 (Law) is  also available as a Computer Based Exam on Demand.

While we provide courses for these exams, for syllabuses and past exam questions please go to the official ACCA website:

Professional Level (P1-P7)

Essentials module explores advanced professional skills, techniques and values that you will require to act as an expert accountant in an advisory or consultancy role at senior level. They are assessed by written exams, in March, June, September and December.

Options module is the fourth level set of exams in the qualification, where you choose two papers from four, allowing you to specialise according to your chosen career path. They are assessed by  written exams, in March, June, September and December.

While we provide courses for these exams, for syllabuses and past exam questions please go to the official ACCA website:

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