ACCA polish and boost your skills and knowledge relevant to any business, achieve excellence which means you are free to choose any accountancy role and organization you want to serve.

An opportunity to qualify as a UAE chartered accountant as per UAE strategic partnership with AAA.

ACCA aspire professional and practical approach focusing on diversity, values, ethics and governance. Prepares the participants to perform standard intellectual tasks requiring the problem solving, analytical ability, capacity to work hard,. This is critical need to meet standard code of conduct, regulation and legislation. ACCA has an increased focus on professionalism and ethics in accounting. It also pertinent practitioner approach to certify

To certify as an ACCA member, prospective need to complete:

  • Exams - a minimum of five of 14 exams (nine are eligible for exemption*)
  • Experience - record 36 months' experience in a relevant role
  • Ethics - the Professional Ethics module.

*Nine of the exams, which are part of the program are optional if you possess other relevant equivalent degrees . To claim exemptions you will need to provide proof of your previous qualifications.

To qualify as an ACCA member, prospective student need to complete:
• Exams - a minimum of five of 14 exams (nine are eligible for exemption*)
• Experience - record 36 months' experience in a relevant role
• Ethics - the Professional Ethics module.
*Nine of the exams, which are part of the qualification, will not need to be taken if you have other relevant qualifications at the same level. You will need to provide proof of your previous qualifications so you can claim exemptions.



Benefits of ACCA

Perks of ACCA , you will also accomplish;
1. Diploma in Accounting & Business .
2. Advance Diploma in Accounting & Business
3. Award of BSc (Hons.) Degree in Applied Accounting from Oxford Brooks University – UK after passing 9 papers out of total 14 papers
4. MBA from international universities.

Eligibility for ACCA

ACCA serves various options depending on age and prior academic qualifications.

Route – A
• 2 Passes in GCE A' Levels and three GCSE/ GCE O’ Level in five separate subjects including Math's and English (If not English, then IELTS 6.5 band or TOEFL with CBE – 170/PBE 500 scores)
• American Higher School Certificate with at least 50%

Route – B
• Graduation (B.A, BBA, B.Com, B.Sc from any recognised University)

Route – C
Via ACCA Foundations Diploma (FD) or Foundations in Accountancy (FIA)
• Recommended for Matriculate or Intermediate passed students
• Students having passed the Seven Examinations from Introductory, Intermediate and Diploma stage of FD/ FIA qualification are eligible for exemptions of knowledge modules (F1, F2 & F3) papers. (requiring 11 papers to pass out of total 14)



Modules of ACCA

Knowledge Modules
F1 – Accountant in Business
F2 – Management Accounting
F3 – Financial Accounting

Skills Modules
F4 – Corporate and Business Law
F5 – Performance Management
F6 – Taxation
F7 – Financial Reporting
F8 – Audit and Assurance
F9 – Financial Management

Essentials Modules
P1 – Governance, Risk and Ethics
P2 – Corporate Reporting
P3 – Business Analysis

Optional Module (Two to be Taken)
P4 – Advanced Financial Management
P5 – Advanced Performance Management
P6 – Advanced Taxation
P7 – Advanced Audit and Assurance



Exemptions

ACCA is a source of immunity to different occupational programmes that are structured so that every activity enhances student learning and individual development. For more details on exemptions, please visit here.

Examination Format

(F1 – Accountants in Business, F2 – Management Accounting, F3 – Financial Accounting)
Each examination:
• Duration - two hours
• Total Marks - 100 marks
• Pass Percentage - 50%
Each Paper contains 2 sections:
• Section A contains objective test questions (OTs)
• Section B contains multi-task questions (MTQs)

Exam Format (F4 – Corporate & Business Law)
• Duration - two hours
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 25 x 2 mark objective test question 50%
• 20 x 1 mark objective questions 20%
Section B
• 5 x 6 mark multi-task questions 30%
• All questions are compulsory

Exam Format (F5 – Performance Management)
• Duration - two hours
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 20 x 2 mark objective test question 40%
Section B
• 5 x 10-15 mark written questions 60%
• All questions are compulsory

Exam Format (F6 - Taxation)
• Duration - two hours
• Total Marks - 100 marks
• 1 x 30 marks question
• 1 x 25 marks question
• 3 x 15 marks questions

Exam Format (F7 – Financial Reporting)
• Duration - two hours
• Total Marks - 100 marks
• 20 x 2 marks each MCQs
• 3 x 15 - 30 marks written questions

Exam Format (F8 – Audit & Assurance)
• Duration - two hours
• Total Marks - 100 marks
• 8 x 2 marks each MCQs
• 4 x 1 mark each MCQs
• 6 x 10 - 20 marks written questions

Exam Format (F9 – Financial Management)
• Duration - two hours
• Total Marks - 100 marks
• 20 x 2 marks each MCQs
• 5 x 10 - 15 marks written questions



Professional (Five Papers in Total) Essentials

P1 – Governance, Risk & Ethics • Duration - Three hours & Fifteen Minutes
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 1 x 50 marks compulsory question
Section B
• 2 x 25 marks questions out of three written questions

P2 – Corporate Reporting
• Duration - Three hours & Fifteen Minutes
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 1 x 50 marks compulsory question
Section B
• 2 x 25 marks questions out of three written questions

P3 – Business Analysis
• Duration - Three hours & Fifteen Minutes
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 1 x 50 marks compulsory question
Section B
• 2 x 25 marks questions out of three written questions

Optional (Two to be completed)
• P4 – Advance Financial Management
• Duration - Three hours & Fifteen Minutes
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 1 x 50 marks compulsory question
Section B
• 2 x 25 marks questions out of three written questions

P5 – Advance Performance Management
• Duration - Three hours & Fifteen Minutes
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 1 x 50 marks compulsory question
Section B
• 2 x 25 marks questions out of three written questions

P6 – Advance Taxation
• Duration - Three hours & Fifteen Minutes
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 2 x 25-35 marks compulsory question – 60%
Section B
• 2 x 20 marks questions out of three written questions

P7 – Advance Audit & Assurance
• Duration - Three hours & Fifteen Minutes
• Total Marks - 100 marks
Section A
• 2 x 25-35 marks compulsory question – 60%
Section B
• 2 x 20 marks questions out of three written questions



Important Dates

June Examination
8 March Early entry (online only)
8 April Standard examination entry (online and paper)
8 May Late examination entry (online only)
December Examination
8 September Early entry (online only)
8 October Standard examination entry (online and paper)
8 November Late examination entry (online only)

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