What is ACCA?
The ACCA Qualification will help your career progress in any organization. It's an established route to professional status - allowing you to use the 'ACCA' letters after your name on successful completion. Globally, employers will understand and respect your qualification.You will be in demand for your finance and accounting knowledge and skills worldwide, regardless of employment sector. ACCA can offer you various entry points onto its qualification, depending on your age and previous academic qualifications.
Who can do ACCA?
You can find various entry points on to the ACCA Qualification, depending on your previous academic qualifications.
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- Two A Levels and three GCSEs or equivalent in five separate subjects, including English and Mathematics.
Foundations in Accountancy
- No formal qualifications required
Relevant degree holders from ACCA-accredited institutions may be exempted from all nine exams within the Fundamentals level and register directly at the Professional level. Degrees with some relevance may also qualify for exemptions.
Click here to download ACCA Entry Route Chart
Click here to download ACCA Hand Book
ACCESS TO ACCA VIA CAT QUALIFICATION
No academic qualifications required
Sit Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification first and then transfer to the Skills module of the ACCA Qualification by claiming exemption from the first three papers in the Knowledge module.
Can I get exemption in ACCA? Up to nine exemptions are available from the Fundamentals level of the ACCA Qualification. No exemptions are available from the Professional level
What is the structure of ACCA?
Following are the list of exams:
- F1 Accountant in Business
- F2 Management Accounting
- F3 Financial Accounting
- F4 Corporate and Business Law
- F5 Performance Management
- F6 Taxation
- F7 Financial Reporting
- F8 Audit and Assurance
- F9 Financial Management
- P1 Professional Accountant
- P2 Corporate Reporting
- P3 Business Analysis
- P4 Advanced Financial Management*
- P5 Advanced Performance Management*
- P6 Advanced Taxation*
- P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance*
* * Any two of these four exams are to be attempted
How to become ACCA?
In order to claim the ACCA title, candidate must finish 14 exams along with ethics module and a relevant experience of 36 months.
When to appear in exams?
Computer-Based-Exams (CBE) for Knowledge Module can be attempted throughout the year, anytime except for JUNE and DECEMBER. Rest of the exams can be attempted in JUNE and DECEMBER.
Where can you sit in exams?
UAE student can appear in Dubai & Abu Dhabi Examination Centers.