As you approach the end of your AAT qualification you may be deciding what your next step is. You already know that accountancy is a career that is in demand. What you may not be aware of are the different ways you can progress your career with ACCA.
• With exemptions from F1-F3 you can work towards an Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business just by completing 6 papers and an online ethics module.
• Once you’ve completed papers F1-F9 you can go on to gain a BSc in Applied Accounting from Oxford Brookes University.
• Or you can go the whole way and work towards the ACCA Qualification to become a fully qualified accountant.
ACCA’s flexible approach means that you can choose the progression route that suits you and your career. And with a broad syllabus you can take your knowledge to any sector of employment you choose.
You can now register onto ACCA throughout the year but please be aware that it can take up to 15 days to process your application.
Once you’ve registered you can begin to sit exams. ACCA has two exam sessions: June and December. If you’d like to take advantage of our early exam registration discount you need to have submitted your entry by 8 March for June and 8 September for December.
Find out more about exam entry deadlines.