Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
|Faculty||Westminster Business School|
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exams are designed to meet the needs of those aiming for a career in accountancy, enhancing their knowledge, skills and professional competence.
Enrolment will take place on 9 September 2014, 5.30–7.30pm, at Marylebone Campus, Westminster Business School, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS.
Students need to bring with them ID (passport or driving licence) for enrolment. Ideally, they will need to be registered already with ACCA or have the registration process well under way.
|Courses no longer available|
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|20 Jan 2014||1 semester||evenings||£395 per paper||n/a|
|15 Sep 2014||1 semester||evenings||£395 per paper||n/a|
- Accountant in Business (F1)
- Management Accounting (F2)
- Financial Accounting (F3)
- Corporate and Business Law (F4)
- Performance Management (F5)
- Taxation (F6)
- Financial Reporting (F7)
- Audit and Assurance (F8)
- Financial Management (F9)
Currently we teach 9 of the 14 ACCA exams. We do not offer tuition for the 5 professional-level exams.
During your study and once you have passed your ACCA exams, you can look forward to excellent career prospects in a wide range of accountancy-based roles, including chief financial officer, partner in an accounting firm, government finance, forensic accountant, finance director, auditor and business advisor.
To apply for the ACCA, you will need one of the following:
- 2 A levels (or overseas equivalent)
- an HND (or overseas equivalent).
If you do not have the correct exam qualifications, you can apply through the mature student entry route. You should contact the Student Education Officer at ACCA Connect for details of the mature entry route, of any exemptions available from previous qualifications and to register with ACCA.
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Please note that the University does not accept any responsibility for students who have not clarified these details with the ACCA.
If you are an international student, you can find out the latest information on UK Visa requirements from the Home Office.
The University of Westminster is a gold standard approved learning partner for the ACCA.