Benefits of ACCA Qualification Training
- 63% of ACCA members got a payrise in the last 12 months*
- A newly qualified ACCA member could earn £40k+
- ACCA is the biggest accounting institution with over 147,000 members
ACCA Courses - UK Accounting Qualification
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is one of the world's largest and most widely respected accountancy bodies. With around 150,000 members globally, the FCCA or ACCA qualification is held by an increasing number of CEOs, CFOs and other senior executives.
To become an ACCA accredited accountant, you will need to pass 14 out of the 16 accountancy exams offered by the ACCA, as well as having several years of relevant work experience behind you. If you want to study ACCA courses and set yourself on the path to becoming a chartered accountant, just complete the form above or call the number at the top of the page and one of our advisors will talk you through your options. Our providers offer full-time, part-time and online study opportunities.
ACCA Syllabus and Course Structure
There are two levels of ACCA qualification training - Fundamental and Professional. Each is divided into two sub-modules.
F1 Accountancy in Business
F2 Management Accounting (MA)
F3 Financial Accounting (FA)
F4 Corporate and Business Law (CL)
F5 Performance Management (PM)
F6 Taxation (TX)
F7 Financial Reporting (FR)
F8 Audit and Assurance (AA)
F9 Financial Management (FM)
P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics (GRE)
P2 Corporate Reporting (CR)
P3 Business Analysis (BA)
P4 Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
P5 Advanced Performance Management (APM)
P6 Advanced Taxation (ATX)
P7 Advanced Audit Assurance (AAA)
ACCA Exam Process
You will generally start working through the Knowledge Module part of the ACCA syllabus and progress through the Skills, Essentials and Options modules in sequence. You can overlap two modules providing you are completing the lower level ACCA qualification module.
ACCA Entry Requirements
You can take the ACCA qualification courses and the exams without any qualifications, providing you already have a degree or reasonable A-levels and GCSE results (or equivalent). If you don’t have any of these qualifications, then you will need to take AAT or FIA training prior to commencing your ACCA course.
Work Experience Requirements
To get your final ACCA qualification, you will need to have undertaken a Practical Experience Requirement (PER) of three years. The ACCA requires that a manager or mentor signs a validation of your experience.
There is a compulsory ethics module, usually done at stage P1. This involves a basic grounding in the principles to which the profession aspires.
**LSBF Pass 1st Time Guarantee™ ensures that if you do not successfully pass your paper on the first sitting, you will be able to attend a free re-sit course (full-time students), or free revision class (part-time students) at the next available sitting at no extra cost. The revision paper will cover the failed paper only.
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