Certified chartered accountant is a protected designation awarded by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant. This qualification ensures that one will be a certified chartered accountant which enables them to work in any aspect of business/finance.
- F1 – Accountant in Business (AB)
- F2 – Management Accounting (MA)
- F3 – Financial Accounting (FA)
- F4 – Corporate and Business Law (LW)
- F5 – Performance Management (PM)
- F6 – Taxation (TX)
- F7 – Financial Reporting (FR)
- F8 – Audit and Assurance (AA)
- F9 – Financial Management (FM)
- SBL – Strategic Business Leader
- SBR – Strategic Business Reporting
Two out of the following:
- P4 – Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
- P5 – Advanced Performance Management (APM)
- P6 – Advanced Taxation (ATX)
- P7 – Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA)
- The candidate can appear for the ACCA course examinations twice a year, i.e. in June and December.
- ACCA has a flexible study approach and you can take their computer based test at any of their ACCA’s Authorized Computer Based exam centres.
- A candidate is declared to have passed the examination, if he/she secures 50% marks in each paper.
- Plus two Completed students – 3 years
- Graduates – 2.5 years
- B.com graduates- 3 years
- Professionals - 6 months
- Qualified the 10+2 exams
- An aggregate of 65% in Mathematics/Accounts and English and a minimum of 50% in other subjects
- The Students pursuing Graduation in Commerce background subjects like B.Com, BBA, BMS are also eligible for ACCA Course.
- Business advisor
- Business analyst
- Management Accountant
- Credit control manager
- Tax Accountant
- Risk Manager
- Financial Analyst
- Governance officer
- Chief finance officer