Building on Result's expertise and reputation in education, the new ACCA programme will provide a high level of tuition and support to maximize the students’ success rate.
ACCA is the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, a professional accountancy body which benefits from global recognition with over 300,000 members in over 160 countries. It was founded in 1904 and is one of the world's leading and fastest -growing international accountancy organisations. ACCA qualifications are very important for a successful career in accountancy, finance, banking, management and consulting, and will give you a major advantage in competing for senior roles. It also enables you to obtain status as a Registered Auditor
You will need to complete 14 papers in total. A maximum of nine papers at the fundamentals level are available for exemption on the basis of your existing qualifications.
F1 Accountant in Business
F2 Management Accounting
F3 Financial Accounting
F4 Corporate and Business Law
F5 Performance Management
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
Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
Diploma in Accounting and Business
All of the papers in these first three levels are computer-based exams (CBE) After successful completion of FIA level , the students will get the certification as The Certified Accounting Technician (CAT)
This is ACCA's vocational, open-entry introduction to accounting. Applicants who are 16 years or older can complete ACCA's CAT qualification and after the successful completion they will become eligible for direct entry to Part 2 of ACCA's professional examination, as to the CAT qualified, ACCA offers exemption in part 1 of ACCA programme.
Accountant in Business (F1)
These first three papers are exactly the same as the Diploma in Accounting and Business papers, so those candidates who have passed CAT or Diploma in Accounting and Business will be exempted from them. They can be taken as CBE or written exams.
For the skills level and upwards, there are no CBE. All of the exams are written.
When all of the skills level papers, and the professional ethics module, have been passed, the student can obtain a BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting from Oxford Brookes University, by writing a Research and Analysis Project (RAP) – about 8500 words in total. See separate folder for details.
Eligibility -For entry to ACCA's professional qualification you must be at least 18 years of age and meet at least one of the criteria given below.
Qualification: F1 to F9
Professional Essential papers
Professional Options paper
To check which F papers the student is exempt from, go to the ‘Exemptions Enquiry’ page on the ACCA website, and follow the instructions.
The student must choose two from the four options available
Qualification: F1 to F9