Achieve an ACCA Qualification (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants). MNR provides Certified and highly experienced instructors with a successful history of candidates passing professional certification exams.

About the ACCA

The ACCA is the global professional accounting body offering the Chartered Certified Accountant qualification. It has an unrivalled global network, respected by employers as can be summarized below:

  • ACCA is the global body for professional accountants with over 162,000 members and 428,000 students in 173 countries.
  • Has 91 offices and centres globally all offering localised support.
  • ACCA qualifications are based on international accounting standards making them globally relevant.
  • The body offer local law and tax options making your qualification locally relevant too.
  • ACCA qualifications are recognised by key regulatory and education authorities around the world and have joint membership of other international accountancy bodies.
  • ACCA’s qualifications are benchmarked against education levels around the world. So by choosing ACCA, you choose qualifications that have been independently quality checked.
  • Over one hundred years of proven reputation for quality and excellence.
  • 8,500 approved employers globally.
  • Qualifications developed with employers giving you the skills and knowledge to be work ready.
  • A strong focus on ethics means that employers know they are getting ethical accountants.
  • Quality assured qualifications mean employers can be confident of your ability and knowledge.

Minimum Entry Requirements

Two A-Levels and three GSCEs (or their equivalent)
These need to be in five separate subjects including English and Math

If you don’t meet the minimum entry requirements you can still join ACCA to study accounting as a student, but you will need to start your studies with the Foundation level F1, F2 and F3 ‑ Foundations in Accountancy (FIA). If you don’t meet the minimum entry requirements you can still join ACCA to study accounting as a student, but you will need to start your studies with the Foundation level F1, F2 and F3 ‑ Foundations in Accountancy (FIA).

ACCA Qualification Time Frame

The ACCA qualification is designed to be flexible. You can always study at your own pace. However, there is a ten-year limit to complete the exams starting from your registration date.

Several study options are available for you, how often you sit for your exams and where you get your relevant practical experience:

  • Full‑time courses
  • Part‑time day or evening courses
  • Revision courses.

Full time students typically complete their studies in 1.5 – 2 years and part time students in 2‑3 years. However this will be dependent in part on the number of exemptions awarded if you already hold a bachelor’s degree.

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