ACCA stands for the Association of Charted Certified Accountants and it is a global professional accounting body.

    There are more than 219,000 fully qualified members and 5,00,000+ students worldwide.

    It covers all the specialized subjects of Accounting, Finance, Taxation, Auditing and Management.

ELIGIBILITY

ELIGIBILITY

  • 1. The minimum age of a candidate should be 16 years.
  • 2. After completion of class 12thin 5 subjects including English and Mathematics / Accounts, with at least 65% marks in at least 2 subjects and over 50% for the others.
  • 3. ACCA qualification can be taken after Completion of Foundation in Accountancy (FIA).
  • 4. Students pursuing Graduation in Commerce (BCOM, BBA, BMS, etc.) or B.A/B.SC graduates from a recognized university (No marks restrictions)
  • 5. Post Graduates like M.com, MBA are also eligible for the ACCA exam.

Cost of the course and Imp Dates

  • <- Registration and Subscription Fees

Initial Registration - £79
It is a one-time fee to be paid at the time of registration with ACCA.

Re-registration - £79
If an ACCA student fails to pay the fee when it’s due, he/she will have their name removed from the ACCA register and must pay a re-registration fee (plus any unpaid fees) to be reinstated as a student.

Annual Subscription - £105
An annual subscription fee is due each year to let the student status be active.

  • Exam Fees ->

An exam entry fee must be paid for each exam the candidate enters.

An exemption fee is charged for each ACCA exam you are awarded exemption from.

  • <- IMP DATES

Exam entry

Early exam entry opening date

6 August 2019

Early exam entry deadline date

11 November 2019

Standard exam entry deadline

27 January 2020

Late exam entry deadline

3 February 2020

  • Other Dates ->

Amending an existing exam entry

The deadline to amend an existing exam entry is 27 January 2020

Requests for additional support

Requests for additional support must be received by 27 January 2020

Exams take place

Exams are held between 2-6 March 2020

Mitigating circumstances closing date

Notifications of mitigating circumstances must be submitted by 13 March 2020

Exam withdrawals

Withdrawal requests must be received by 8 March 2020

Exam results

Exam results will be released 13 April 2020

Analysis of course

  • <- ACCA syllabus consists of 14 papers divided into four levels

Knowledge- 3 papers

Skills- 6 papers

Essentials- 3 papers

Options- 2 papers out of 4

  • Skills Module

F4 – Corporate and Business Law

F5 – Performance Management

F6 – Taxation

F7 – Financial Reporting

F8 – Audit and Assurance

F9 – Financial Management

  • Essentials

P1 – Governance, Risk and Ethics

P2 – Corporate Reporting

P3 – Business Analysis

  • Options (two to be completed)

P4 – Advanced Financial Management

P5 – Advanced Performance Management

P6 – Advanced Taxation

P7 – Advanced Audit and Assurance

Benefits of Course

Recognized worldwide

It includes an international travel global network, once completed according to one’s job profile.

Highly regarded

ACCA is a highly coveted course by 8,500 employers globally.

Career Progression

The ACCA qualification is an assurance for the employer of your technical knowledge. So coupled with your experience they can determine your suitability for a role.

Flexible study time

The exam can be given in one’s own time.

CAREER OPTION

Financial Manager
Tax Consultant
Accountant
Auditor

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