ACCA

About Course

ACCA (Association of chartered certified Accountant) is the global body for professional accountants and offer business-relevant, first- choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition around the world, who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management.

ACCA was established in 1904, International course recognized by more than 185 countries, 7,400 approved employers and 5, 08549 students around the world.



Job Opportunities for ACCA

As an ACCA member, opportunities of working across sectors be public sector in foreign countries, banking, financial services, or the corporate sector, or an independent consulting practice and ACCA Qualified person can work across fields as Management Accountant, Finance Manager, Financial or Business Analyst, Financial Consultant, Management Consultant, Financial Planner etc. An ACCA qualified professional is in high demand with MNC across the globe and in India.

ACCA Qualifications is recognized in more than 185 countries, so any student who is completing ACCA Qualification is recognized globally.

Course Outline and Additional Qualification in ACCA journey.

Total 13 papers, which will categorize into three levels. Certification will be provided at each level of completion.

B.sc (hons) degree in Applied Accounting from Oxford Brookes University (Optional Qualification for Ongoing ACCA student).

M.sc in Professional Accountancy from University of London (An Optional Qualification for ACCA Holders).

Flexibility

We hold exam sessions each quarter and some of our exams can even be taken on-demand, giving you the flexibility to progress through our qualifications at your own pace.


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Exemption Details

ACCA allows exemptions to the students who have previously studied for relevant accountancy qualification. Exemption means that you will not have to study for and undertake exams of certain ACCA papers. Exemptions offer you the opportunity to start your ACCA qualification from the right level.

You can be allowed exemption depending on your previous accountancy qualification.

The number of exemptions will also depend on your previous qualifications. You can claim up to 9 exemptions. For example if you have passed CAT, you will be allowed exemption from three papers F1, F2, and F3. If you have a law degree, you will be allowed exemption from paper F4. If you have done MBA in Finance, you can be exempted from paper F9. The number of exemption will depend on the course content of your previous qualification.


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