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ACCA is the global body for professional accountants.

To apply to ACCA, you will pay a registration fee of £79. As a registered ACCA student you will also pay an annual subscription each subsequent year. As you enter for ACCA accountancy exams or claim exemptions, a payment will be requested.

Please note that all fees are payable in pounds sterling.

See the list of our current fees for 2013 below:

Initial Registration
(one off payment only)
£79    
Annual Subscription £79    
       
Exam Level Exam Entry Period December 2013 exam fee
(per exam)
June 2014 exam fee
(per exam)
       
Diploma in Accounting & Business
F1, F2 & F3
Early
Standard
Late
£64
£73
£224
£69
£74
£225
       
Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Business
F4, F5, F6, F7, F8 and F9
Early
Standard
Late
£81
£92
£242
£87
£93
£245
       
ACCA Qualification
P1, P2, P3 (and any two from P4, P5, P6 and P7)
Early
Standard
Late
£94
£106
£259
£100
£108
£259

Please note early, standard and late exam entry dates are:

Exam Session Early Standard Late
June 8 March 8 April 8 May
December 8 September 8 October 8 November

TUITION FEES

In addition, if you decide to study with a tuition provider you will be required to pay tuition fees. You will need to contact the tuition provider directly regarding their fees but an average cost is €400 - €800 per subject.

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