The ACCA is an established, worldwide recognized accountancy body. The ACCA qualification covers an extensive range of financial, accounting, business, Taxation, Ethics, audit and Management knowledge which cannot only helps you in taking ACCA Certificate but also it enhance your professional and practical skills.
How long does it takes?
On average two to three Years but there is 10 year time limit to complete the exams starting from the date of registration.
ACCA Exam Structure:
Knowledge Module: F1, F2, F3
Skills Module: F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9
Professional Module: P1, P2, P3, P4*, P5*, P6*, P7*
|Knowledge Module||Skills Module||Professional Module|
|F1 : Accounting in Business||F4 : Corporate and Business Law||P1 : Governance, Risk and Ethics|
|F2 : Management Accounting||F5 : Performance Management||P2 : Corporate Reporting|
|F3 : Financial Accounting||F6 : Taxation||P3 : Business Analysis|
|F7 : Financial Reporting||Optional Module*
(Choose any 2out of the 4 below)
P4 : Advanced Financial Management*
P5 : Advanced Performance Management*
P6 : Advanced Taxation*
P7 : Advanced Audit and Assurance*
|F8 : Audit and Assurance|
|F9 : Financial Management|