ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants.

  • Nearly 90% of employers said the ACCA Qualification was relevant to all employment sectors
Diversified Job Opportunities
DIVERSIFIED JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Career Opportunities Across Sectors Based on a comprehensive competency framework Global Network of ACCA Approved Employers

Higher Chances of Success
HIGHER CHANCES OF SUCCESS

High Pass Rate Achieve Qualification along the way Membership Agreements with prestigious global accountancy bodies

Flexibility
FLEXIBILITY

Multiple Entry Points Four exam sessions a year Only 14 papers can be completed in <2.5Years Exemptions based on previous qualifications

About ACCA

A leading qualification for a changing world

The ACCA Qualification

The ACCA qualification consists of four modules:

Fundamentals
Professional

Entry Requirements/Eligibility Criteria

Minimum requirement to start the ACCA qualification: Secondary School Education (10+2) covering 5 subjects including English and Maths or equivalent qualifications.
If you don’t have relevant qualifications (no prior qualifications) you can start with Foundations level

There are multiple entry points to ACCA Qualification which means you don’t have to give all 14 papers. Based on you previous qualifications, you can claim exemptions to skip the Fundamentals level (First 3 or all 9 papers) which allows to complete the qualification sooner.Find out if you qualify for exemptions

How to become a chartered certified accountant with the ACCA Qualification.

 To become an ACCA member, you will need to complete
  • Fundamentals and Professional levels (of 14 exams nine are eligible for exemption)
  • 3 years’ work experience in a relevant role
  • Ethics – the Professional Ethics module

The Knowledge module comprises of 3 subjects and introduces you to the main areas of financial and management accounting. You will study the other technical accountancy areas after you study this.

EXAM FORMAT OF EACH PAPER

Mode: Computer Based Exams (CBEs) and are available on demand

Duration: 2 hours duration 100 marks (2 mark objective test questions)

CA CS CMA Free Lectures

Pass mark: 50%

EACH PAPER CONSISTS OF 2 SECTIONS:

section A: objective test questions (OTs)

section B: multi-task questions (MTQs)

Please click on paper name to know more about the paper – syllabus and other important details

Higher Chances of Success

Higher Pass Rate, Achieve Qualifications along the way

Higher Pass Rate

Fundamentals Exam Pass Rates: Dec 2016 session

F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9
82% 63% 71% 82% 40% 52% 50% 40% 45%

Professional Exam Pass Rates: Dec 2016 session

P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7
49% 51% 49% 33% 30% 34% 31%


Industry Recognized Qualifications after each level

There are lots of qualifications you can achieve along your way to ACCA membership. This will help you stay motivated and on track and a great way to show your knowledge and skills to employers.

  • a Diploma in Accounting and Business
  • an Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business
  • a BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Accounting awarded by Oxford Brookes University
  • an MSc in Professional Accountancy awarded by University of London

Strong represented in key accounting organisations and committees across the world

ACCA has mutual recognition arrangements with national bodies and regulators around the world allowing for ACCA members to obtain statutory and educational recognition in a number of countries around the world.

ACCA currently has MRAs with:

  • Certified General Accountants Association of Canada (CGA-Canada)
  • Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Malaysian Institute of Certified public accountants
  • Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore

ACCA has Strategic Partnerships with national bodies in UAE, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Turkey, in addition to the network of other partnerships with bodies and institutes globally.

  • “The ACCA Qualification will not only give you an international qualification in accountancy but will also enhance your global mobility.” 

    Rajesh

  • The ACCA Qualification got me my first job within the Big Four.I worked in various countries due to global nature of the qualification.

    Ajay

Flexibility

Multiple Entry Points, Four exam sessions a year, Can be completed in <2.5Years, Exemptions based on previous qualifications

Four Exam Sessions.

Use ACCAs new four session exam model to plan ahead and sit exams whenever suits you

In 2016, ACCA introduced four exam sessions a year, providing aspirants greater flexibility to schedule their exams at a time and pace that suits them.

  • March
  • June
  • September
  • December

These four exam cycles a year are for both CBE and paper-based exams. Aspirants are allowed to take a maximum of 4 exams during each exam cycle across a maximum of 8 distinct exams over the course of a calendar year.

Important Dates.

All papers of Knowledge Module (F1-F3) and F4 exam of Skills Module are available as on-demand computer based exams (CBE) which provide students even greater flexibility and convenience.

EARLY ENTRY STANDARD ENTRY LATE ENTRY EXAM SESSIONS RESULTS RELEASE DEADLINE TO AMEND AN EXISTING EXAM ENTRY
DECEMBER 2016 10 May 2016-15 Aug 2016 16 Aug 2016-31 Oct 2016 1 Nov 2016-7 Nov 2016 5 Dec 2016-9 Dec 2016 16 January 2017
MARCH 2017 9 Aug 2016-14 Nov 2016 15 Nov 2016-30 Jan 2017 31 Jan 2017-6 Feb 2017 6 Mar 2017-10 Mar 2017 17 April 2017 30 January 2017
JUNE 2017 8 Nov 2016-13 Feb 2017 14 Feb 2017-1 May 2017 2 May 2017-8 May 2017 5 Jun 2017-9 Jun 2017 17 July 2017 1 May 2017
SEPTEMBER 2017 7 Feb -15 May 2017 16 May 2017-31 July 2017 1 Aug -7 Aug 2017 4 Sept -8 Sept 2017 16 October 2017 31 July 2017

Multiple Entry Points.

ACCA offers a variety of entry points. You can start your studies at the most relevant level, based on your previous qualifications.

Click on your current qualification to know about the available exemptions and time required to complete the qualification

You have to complete the foundation level before starting the ACCA Qualification

Number of Papers to complete: Foundation Level and 14 papers of ACCA Qualifications

Avg Completion time: 3 Years

ACCA Paper requirement to achieve UK registered Auditor status.

To obtain UK or Irish Registered Auditor status, you have to take the UK/Ireland variants of the following papers

  1. F4 – Corporate and Business Law,
  2. F6 – Taxation,
  3. P2 – Corporate Reporting and
  4. P7 – Advanced Audit and Assurance.

Students who have claimed exemptions from  F4 and/or F6 papers have to pass the UK or Irish variants of these papers to become eligible for a practising certificate and audit qualification.

ACCA Membership & Exam Fees

Membership & Registration Fee

ACCA INITIAL REGISTRATION FEES £79 (Rs. 6,740)
ACCA ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION FEES £95 (Rs.8,090)

 

Exemption Fee

EXAM LEVEL EXEMPTION FEE (PER PAPER)
KNOWLEDGE (F1 – F3) £72 (Rs. 6,143)
SKILLS (F4-F9) £97 (Rs. 8,275)

Exam Fee

EXAM LEVEL EXAM ENTRY PERIOD EXAM FEE (PER EXAM)
Knowledge (F1 – F3) On Demand £72 (Rs. 6,143)
Skills (F4) £97 (Rs. 8,275)
Skills (F5 – F9) Early £97 (Rs. 8,275)
Standard £102 (Rs. 8,607)
Late £261 (Rs. 22,022)
Professional
P1, P2 and P3 (and any two from P4, P5, P6 and P7)
Early £121 (Rs. 10,213)
Standard £128 (Rs. 10,803)
Late £289 (Rs. 24,386)
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