HOW DO I QUALIFY?
Exams + Work Experience + Ethics = ACCA
To become an ACCA qualified accountant you will need to complete 14 ACCA examinations. Your previous qualifications may entitle you to exemptions from some of the ACCA exams. Relevant degree holders may be exempt from up to 9 of the 14 ACCA exams.
See below a list of the ACCA subjects and the awards you can gain along the way:
|Diploma in Accounting and Business||Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business||ACCA Qualification|
|F1 Accountant in Business||F4 Corporate and Business Law||P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics|
|F2 Management Accounting||F5 Performance Management||P2 Corporate Reporting|
|F3 Financial Accounting||F6 Taxation||P3 Business Analysis|
|F7 Financial Reporting||Options - choose 2 from subjects below:|
|F8 Audit and Assurance||P4 Advanced Financial Management|
|F9 Financial Management||P5 Advanced Performance Management|
|P6 Advanced Taxation|
|P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance|