Diploma in IFRS by ACCA (UK)
If you do not have a full-time accountancy charter, which will take you around three years on average, IFRS Training is the right choice for you:
This training will enable you to:
- understand and explain the structure of the international professional and conceptual framework of accounting
- apply relevant financial reporting standards to key elements of financial reports
- identify and apply disclosure requirements for companies relating to the presentation of financial reports and notes
- prepare group financial statements (excluding group cash flow statements) including subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures.
IFRS Classroom Lectures
Lynchpin’s proven teaching methodology, combined with our state-of-the-art online portal provides all the right tools to crack the IFRS exam in your first attempt. All our classroom lectures are thoroughly planned and exam-focused.
Key features of our classroom lectures:
- Qualified tutors who deliver exceptional quality exam-focused lectures.
- Exam style questions thoroughly solved in class.
- Every critical concept is followed by a detailed example for better understanding of concepts.
- Regular class tests and mock exam.
- World leading study material by BPP/Kaplan provided free to all students.
- Free make-up classes for the students who join late in the class.
- Dedicated revision session at the end of the batch for better exam preparation
How we help you to maintain the pace of your studies
- Planned lectures
- Regular class tests
- Online portal to access the class tests and their answers.
- Revisions classes & practice sessions.
- Graded mock exam with teacher’s comments.
Enough information about our classroom lecture methodology – Contact us for registration & feel free to ask us should you have any more queries.
Dip IFRS Exams
The Diploma in International Financial Reporting (DipIFR) is assessed by a single three-hour, 15 minutes written exam. You will need to achieve a 50 percent mark or above to complete the paper. The exam is held twice a year – in June and December at ACCA’s exam centers.
There are two sections to the paper which requires a mix of calculations and written answers. The assessment marks are split as follows:
|Section A||One ‘groups’ question||40|
|Section B||Three scenario questions||60|
|(20 marks each)||100|