Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is a leading international professional accountancy body incorporated by Royal Charter in the UK. Founded in 1904, ACCA was established as an alternative to the restrictive entry to the profession at that time, opening up opportunity for anyone of talent and ability to become a qualified accountant. ACCA is now a thriving global community of 227,000 members and 544,000 future members based in 176 countries and regions that upholds the highest professional and ethical values.
ACCA qualifications develop forward-thinking professionals with the financial and business skills essential for the creation of sustainable economies and flourishing societies. ACCA qualifications are the gold standard in accountancy, opening doors to highly respected, interesting work in any sector. And the professional ACCA Qualification has been officially benchmarked to Master’s level. This means members can benefit from academic credit, and sometimes even public funding, if they want to further their studies.
The ACCA Qualification has three levels,
There are 13 exams in total to complete the full qualification. Upon completion of the exams, practical experience requirement and the Professional Ethics module, students will be able to become an ACCA member and use the letters ACCA.
When you register with ACCA as a student, you can opt-in to the BSc Degree Scheme.
Through ACCA’s partnership with Oxford Brookes University – UK, you can work towards obtaining an academic qualification, BSc (Hons) Applied Accounting degree while studying towards the ACCA qualification. Wisdom lecturers will be mentoring and supporting you throughout your learning process to ensure that you successfully complete both your ACCA qualification and BSc degree.