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About ACCA

The ACCA is one of the largest and fastest growing international accountancy bodies. Being around for over a century means that it has successfully built a reputation for quality and excellence. The ACCA qualification is recognised all around the world for its high standards of expertise, professionalism and ethics.

  

Do you want to further your education and become qualified in finance and accounting? Then ACCA is the right qualification for you.

Most students seek qualification whilst working and manage to do so over an average of three to four years. The ACCA qualification requires you to pass 13 exams. Depending on your previous studies you may get up to nine exam exemptions.

Exam sittings for AB (Accountant in Business), MA (Management Accounting) and FA (Financial Accounting) are flexible and can happen at our Academy at any time of the year as these are Computer Based Exams (CBEs). Remaining exam sittings happen four times a year – in March, June, September and December except LW, TX and ATX. For these three exams, a student can sit the exam only during the June and December sittings.

 

Why becoming an ACCA with PwC’s Academy?

  • ACCA has awarded PwC's Academy with the highest approval for the quality of its education - Platinum Approved Learning Partner.
    Benefit from the expertise of professionals and from our trainer experience to get the highest quality ACCA training programme on the island.
  • We select our trainers carefully. Beyond their strong experience in training, they can also share their knowledge with students from all backgrounds.
  • We offer open ACCA courses but we can also customise the courses for in-house training.
  • We use modern teaching techniques to prepare you for your ACCA exams.

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Accountant in Business (AB)

A computer based exam about the business environment and its influence on organisations and accountants.

It also looks at the role of the accountant and other key business functions, including effective management.

Management Accounting (MA)

A computer based exam about basic cost accounting. Looking at preparing information for management to use in planning and decision-making.

Financial Accounting (FA)

A computer based exam about financial accounting and double-entry accounting techniques.

This includes preparing basic financial statements (including consolidations) and interpretation of financial statements.

Corporate and Business Law (LW)

An exam about understanding the general legal framework, and of specific legal areas relating to business.

Performance Management
Performance Management (PM)

An exam about management accounting techniques for planning, decision-making, performance evaluation and control.

Taxation (TX)

An exam about the tax system for individuals, single companies, and groups of companies.

Financial Reporting (FR)

A numbers and words based exam about accounting standards and the theoretical framework in the preparation of financial statements (including groups).

Also how to analyse and interpret those financial statements.

Audit and Assurance (AA)

A words based exam about carrying out the assurance engagement.

Financial Management (FM)

A numbers and words based exam about investmentfinancing, and dividend policy decisions.

                                         

Strategic Business Leader (SBL)

An exam about professional judgement as an accountant relating to governance, internal control, compliance, and the management of risk within an organisation - in the context of an overall ethical framework.

Strategic Business Reporting (SBR)

An exam about the financial reporting principles and practices in a range of business contexts and situations.

 

Advanced Taxation (ATX)

An exam about giving advice to individuals and businesses on the impact of the major taxes on financial decisions and situations.

Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA)

An exam about analysing, evaluating, concluding and reporting on the assurance engagement (and other issues).

                                           

                

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