The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification provides you with a sound base on which to build a career in finance or related areas. As an ACCA trainee, you will develop a wide range of skills, giving you an in-depth knowledge of accounting principles, management techniques and IT, enabling you to work in any area of finance and creating a world of opportunities for your future. The ACCA also offers a truly global qualification in that students can choose, in some papers, to be examined using international accounting and auditing standards. There are also Singapore variant papers in tax and law. This means that your ACCA qualification is truly portable, enabling you to live and work in many countries around the world.

Entry Requirements

  • GCE A' Level
  • A degree from recognised university
  • CAT qualification
  • other equivalent qualification

 If you do not meet the above entry requirements, you can enrol for foundation course in order to become eligible for ACCA.

Awarding Body

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

Tuition Fee

€3800 per year


30 months

Hours of Study

16 hours per week of formal classroom study. Students are also expected to study in their own time.


Assessment is through examinations set by ACCA

Course Structure

Fundamentals Level (9 Papers in Total)

Knowledge Module (All Papers)
F1 - Accountant In Business
F2 - Management Accounting
F3 - Financial Accounting

Skills Module (All Papers)
F4- Corporate and Business Law
F5- Performance Management
F6- Taxation
F7- Financial Reporting
F8- Audit And Assurance
F9- Financial Management

Professional Level (5 Papers in Total)

Compulsory Module (All Papers)
P1- Professional Accountant
P2- Corporate Reporting
P3- Business Analysis

Optional Module (Any 2 Papers)
P4-Advanced Financial Management
P5-Advance Performance Management
P6-Advance Taxation
P7-Advance Audit and Assurance

After ACCA

Successful completion of the ACCA professional examination with relevant working experience will enable graduates to become Chartered Certified Accountants, use the designatory letters ACCA, and work in any aspect of finance and business, often in senior management positions. Graduates can work as auditors, tax consultants and accountants. ACCA qualified members can also run their own tax and business consultancy firm.

Click here to download ACCA brochure.


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