ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants offers business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition around the world who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management.
In order to become a qualified accountant and use the designatory letters “ACCA” after your name, you need to complete:
- 13 exams (nine of which are eligible for exemption)
- 3 years’ relevant practical experience requirements
- A Professional Ethics module
You have the opportunity to gain a BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting from Oxford Brookes University upon part completion of the ACCA Qualification exams*.
You will have two levels to complete: Fundamentals and Professional, comprising 16 papers of which you are required to pass 14 papers unless exemptions are awarded. You can progress through the syllabus at your own pace.
Our courses commence in January (for June exams) and July (for December exams) of each year.
- Accountant in Business
- Management Accounting
- Financial Accounting
- Corporate and Business Law
- Performance Management
- Financial Reporting
- Audit & Assurance
- Financial Management
- Strategic Business Leader
- Strategic Business Reporting
- Advanced Financial Management
- Advanced Performance Management
- Advanced Taxation
- Advanced Audit and Assurance
- Minimum 18 years old
- Candidates should preferably have minimum 2 GCE A Level and 3 GCE O Level credits (includes credits in O Level English and Maths)
- Language Proficiency: O Levels English
ACCA offers exemptions for those who have a Degree or Diploma or other professional qualifications. Alternatively, you can pursue the ACCA qualifications through FIA Diploma in Accounting and Business. All students must contact ACCA to confirm their exemptions.