New to ACCA?
WHERE DO I START?
There are various entry points into the ACCA qualification, depending on your previous academic qualifications and age.
Minimum entry requirements Matric certificate — 3 advanced passes and 2 intermediate passes (including English and Mathematics).
Graduate- entry route
Relevant degree holders from ACCA accredited institutions may be exempted from up to nine exams within the Fundamentals level and may even register directly at the Professional level. Degrees with some relevance may also qualify for exemptions. Visit the ACCA website to check what exemptions you may be eligible to claim.
Access to ACCA via the FIA qualification
- no academic qualifications required
- through Foundations In Accounting, achieve certificates and diplomas along the way before progressing onto the ACCA Qualification
The number of exemptions you can claim will depend on your previous qualifications and how closely it matches the content of the ACCA syllabus. No exemptions are available from the Professional level. Visit the ACCA website to check what exemptions you may be eligible to claim.
For a detailed guide on how to check your exemptions, click here.
How do I register to become
It’s very easy! To register as
ACCA CBEs (FIA & F1 to F4) are available on Demand at our Sandton & Pretoria Campus. Get more info here on exam fees & schedules. F5 to F9 CBEs can only be booked directly via myACCA and be taken at specified ACCA exam venues.
You can study your CIMA with us parttime, fulltime, evening, weekend or home study as defined in our study options section. Please also review our fees & timetables section.
How do I
Once you have confirmed your study option and the semester you wish to begin your studies (even if you are yet to fulfill Step 3 above) you can start by getting a free quotation or doing a direct enrolment by clicking below:
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