ACCA members and students know more about business than their colleagues, making them more likely to be promoted and receive higher salaries.
Holding the professional ACCA qualification illustrates your quality over others in the business or finance profession, making you more likely to be selected for more challenging jobs.
The ACCA syllabus is fully comprehensive – you will learn to understand and master all the processes involved in how a business or financial organisation works.
ACCA is not just for accountants. Members have the knowledge and skill to succeed in other areas such as business consulting, taxation, IT, strategic planning, and general management.
The earlier you start the better your results! Receive your Kaplan books and The Academy Course Notes well before any tuition course! Learn how to structure your time for advanced preparation with a Home Study System, guiding you through the key areas of theory and syllabus. The Study Guide will save you time and help you prioritize in the weeks leading up to the course!
2Written Monitoring Tests
Writing in English can be challenging under examination pressure. Practice makes perfect, so we provide you with tests to enhance your skills, techniques, and presentation style with written tests and assignments created by your tutor!
Phase 2 – Face to Face
3 Block Intensive Courses
A review of key theoretical topics from the Guided Study Programme, intensive question practice, examination techniques, professional and presentation skills, and the essential mock examination are all part of our focused interactive learning courses. Our tutors will work with you as individuals and groups to highlight everything you need to know to pass your exams and expert advice on HOW to do it!
Phase 3 – Focused Revision
4 Course & Individual Feedback
Mock examination feedback and study advice from your tutors will not only test your knowledge retention from the course, but guide you to the final stage of preparation. Read through comments on your content, style, and presentation skills and contact your tutor for further advice!
5 Final Revision
Get the latest Exam Tips, tutor advice, and a selection of additional on-line tasks to complete in those final days before the real examination!
Paper F1 Accountant in Business (AB)
Paper F2 Management Accounting (MA)
Paper F3 Financial Accounting (FA)
Paper F4 Corporate and Business Law (CL)
Paper F5 Performance Management (PM)
Paper F6 Taxation (TX)
Paper F7 Financial Reporting (FR)
Paper F8 Audit and Assurance (AA)
Paper F9 Financial Management (FM)
Paper P1 Governance, Risk & Ethics (GRE)
Paper P2 Corporate Reporting (CR)
Paper P3 Business Analysis (BA)
Paper P4 Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
Paper P5 Advanced Performance Management (APM)
Paper P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA)
|Papers F2-F3||EUR 500 /paper|
|Paper F4-F6||EUR 600 /paper|
|Paper F7-F9||EUR 700 /paper|
|Paper P1-P7||EUR 900 /paper|
*The prices above do not include VAT and the fees related to the registration with ACCA, annual subscription and examinations.
A discount of 5% is available for signing-in before 28 February 2013. An additional discount will be granted for the number of students registered and the total number of exams.
The ACCA Standard Fees are as follows: GBP 79 for initial registration, GBP 79 for annual subscription, GBP 71 for examination of F1-F3, GBP 89 for examination of F4-F9 and GBP 103 for examination of P1-P7.
The ACCA ON-LINE programme is user-friendly and works very well, and it offers four basic areas for each paper: Learning, Testing, Reports and Resources.
Success at ACCA means great teaching but also LOTS of study!
We know how busy you are and this year we introduce Online learning to give you access to teaching and full Kaplan materials – at any time, any place. It is a unique combination of the latest on-line study materials, learning resources and expert tutor support available at the click of a mouse.
It is highly recommended to use ACCA ON-LINE during preparation for the exam, as it should increase your chances during a real exam.
The annual subscription fee will be due on 1 January each year after initial registration. You will have to pay exam fees as you enter for exams or claim exemptions.