ACCA has a range of qualifications to suit you.
Foundations in Accountancy
Foundations in Accountancy consists of a suite of awards, including certificates, diplomas and a revised Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) Qualification. Find out more information about Foundations in Accountancy
CAT Qualification conversion to Foundations in Accountancy
Students who have not completed the current CAT exams by June 2011 will be automatically transferred to Foundations in Accountancy and awarded converted exemptions or passes for all papers they have previously been given exemption from or passed. Find out more about information about CAT Qualification conversion to Foundations in Accountancy
To become an ACCA member you will need to complete ACCA Qualification. This involves completing 14 exams (nine of which you may be exempt from depending on previous qualifications), obtaining three years relevant supervised practical experience (PER) and completing a Professional Ethics module. Find out more information about ACCA exam and syllabus
Oxford Brookes University – BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting
Through ACCA's unique partnership with Oxford Brookes University, ACCA students can gain a BSc Honours degree in Applied Accounting while working towards achieving ACCA Qualification. For those students who missed out on the university experience or did not complete an accounting or finance related degree its the perfect way to enhance your ACCA Qualification and provide a valuable boost to your CV. Post qualifying you may also be interested in the Oxford Brookes MBA developed in partnership with ACCA. Find out more information on the Oxford Brookes Qualification
Diploma in Financial Management (DipFM) - Finance for non financial professionals
If you are like most middle or senior managers that work in non-accounting roles, you will have some kind of financial responsibility – whether managing budgets, cost centres or interpreting financial statements. DipFM will allow you to differentiate yourself from most middle and senior managers in non-accounting roles and gain the practical knowledge and skills you need to become comfortable and confident when dealing with financial matters.
As a professional you will be expected to ensure your knowledge and skills are relevant to the constantly changing needs of the market. Professional development will play a major part in your career, giving you opportunities to further enhance your skills and knowledge. ACCA will support you on your way to qualification and beyond. Find out more information about DipFM