The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) course is designed to give you the technical skills and abilities required to pass its examinations. The ACCA qualification is for student accountants who want a professional accounting qualification that is recognised throughout industry, commerce and the accountancy profession. The ACCA is the largest accountancy body in the world, with over quarter of a million students and members.
The University of South Wales' Treforest campus has been awarded Gold Status as a learning partner by the ACCA. This approval is further recognition of the quality of accounting tuition at Glamorgan.
Year One - Financial Accounting - Management Accounting - Accountant in Business - Corporate and Business Law
Year Two - Performance Measurement - Taxation - Financial Management (FM) - Corporate and Business Law
Year Three - Financial Reporting - Audit and Assurance - Professional Accountant - Business Analysis
Year Four - Corporate Reporting - Advanced PM - Advanced Taxation
Our ACCA course is taught in groups of two modules, where you study one or two modules for 13 weeks and then complete the December examinations. When you return in February, you study a different two modules and complete the examinations for these in June. The big advantage is that you will only be studying (and preparing for examinations) for a maximum of two modules at any one time. In addition, our ACCA course is taught in “bite-size” blocks of between three and a four hours each week, rather than studying the subject for a whole day or week.
The minimum entry requirements for the ACCA qualification are two A-levels, plus three GCSEs (including English and Mathematics) or equivalent. Holders of higher qualifications or recognised business and/or accounting degrees may receive exemptions from some of the ACCA examinations, providing they have previously studied and been assessed in comparable subject material. Students who have completed the diploma stage of the AAT qualification or Level C of the CAT qualification will receive exemption from papers F1, F2 and F3.
Recipient: University of South Wales
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