What fees are payable to ACCA?

The information below explains what fees are payable by ACCA students, and when these fees must be paid. For a full list of current prices, please visit the fees section of the main ACCA website. Subscription and registration fees A subscription fee is charged in addition to the initial registration fee in your first year as an ACCA student if you register before the late entry deadline for the June exam session. The subscription fee is Read more…

What is a Joint Examination Scheme?

ACCA has a number of partnerships with national accountancy bodies around the world which enables you to sit the exam component of a range of ACCA qualifications and also satisfies the exam criteria for the national accountancy body qualification. We call these joint exam schemes (JES).If you wish to study for any of the Foundation-level qualifications, referred to collectively as Foundations in Accountancy and live in one of the following countries you will need to Read more…

How long does it take to register as a student?

The online application should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, providing you have all the documents you need ready before you start. You can also save a part-complete application and return to it a later date. If you complete your application fully online, and we receive all the information and documents we require, you should be registered as a student within 5–7 working days. If you have to send documents or payment to Read more…

What documents do I need to register as a student?

You are required to submit copies of the following: Official educational documents e.g. completion certificates and transcripts detailing the modules studied Proof of identity (copy of birth certificate / passport / National ID Card or driver’s licence) Passport-style photograph Please note that where documents have been issued in a language other than English, we require a photocopy of the original language documents and a copy of an official English translation. You will be able to Read more…

Steps to apply for ACCA

What is the process for entering the Conditional Exemption Programme? Step 1: Use the exemptions calculator to check if your course is eligible for exemptions Visit the ACCA exemptions calculator page and put in your course details to find out if your course is eligible. Step 2: Start your application to become an ACCA student Register as an ACCA student here  You will need the following documentation: Photocopy of your HKID Card / Passport Passport style photo Read more…

Why you should do ACCA ?

Work anywhere in the world We have a worldwide reputation for excellence and our rigorous qualifications are recognised and respected across the globe. When you join us, you become part of our diverse body of more than 219,000 members and 527,000 students in 179 countries. Stand out to the best employers Employers across the globe seek out ACCA-trained professionals – because they know they have the strategic thinking, technical skills and professional values to drive Read more…