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What Is ACCA Course? The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Institute, formed in 1904 is the global professional accounting body offering the “Chartered Certified Accountant” qualification. ACCA is a fast-growing international accountancy organization with 2,00,000 members and 4,86,000 students in 180 countries. As a globally recognized education and updated/Industry relevant content, ACCA qualification is a great way to build a career in Accounts and finance. Students can pursue this along with their graduation. Its flexible examination scheme makes this qualification more attractive. Students pursuing ACCA can: Earn a Diploma/Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business and go on to earn an ACCA Member status Earn a BSc. (Hons) degree in Applied Accounting awarded by Oxford Brookes University Get an MSc in Professional Accountancy awarded by University of London Why ACCA? Globally Recognized in over 78 markets and has more than 80 international accountancy body partnerships. Communicates Credibility since your proficiency is tested over 14 rigorous exams and is a great way to give an edge to your resume. Well Designed Curriculum that is continuously updated to develop industry-relevant knowledge, skills, and professional values. Long Term Career since ACCA trains you to perform strategic roles at senior management levels. Supported by Top Employers globally. Total...

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ACCA offers exemptions to the students who have previously studied for a relevant accountancy qualification. An exemption means that you will not have to study for and undertake exams of certain ACCA papers. Exemptions offer you the opportunity to start your ACCA qualification from the right level. Exemptions from Knowledge Level papers (F1, F2, F3) and Skills Level papers (F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9) are available. Exemptions for Professional Level papers are not allowed. You must undertake exams for Professional Level papers. You can be allowed exemption depending on your previous accountancy qualification. For example, if you have studies accountancy in college, have a membership with other accountancy bodies (such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants), have another certification from ACCA (for example CAT/FIA), have a degree in accountancy or business studies from a university, or any other qualification that is relevant. The number of exemptions will also depend on your previous qualifications. You can claim up to 9 exemptions. The number of exemption will depend on the course content of your previous qualification. Qualifications ACCA Exemptions  CA Professionals F1-F9 – All Papers CA Final Student Qualified IPCC benefits +F5 (if cleared AMA), F7 (if cleared FR), F9 (if cleared SFM)...

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Exemptions let you start your studies at a level that is consistent with the knowledge and skills gained from prior learning. They provide you with the quickest route to ACCA membership. What exemptions are available? Depending on any existing qualifications you may hold, 9 Exemptions can be awarded for Applied Knowledge and Applied Skills Exams . No Exemptions are awarded: for the Strategic Professional exams of the the ACCA Qualification or on the basis of work experience or for any of the exams or modules examined within our post-professional qualifications and Following are most common exemptions available: 1) Exemptions for B.Com and M.Com Qualified Students For students who have already qualified B.Com / M.Com, they have the exemptions of ACCA knowledge level i.e. F1 to F3 and ACCA Skill level i.e.F4 subject. F1 – Business and Technology (BT) F2 – Management Accounting (MA) F3 – Financial Accounting (FA) F4 – Corporate and Business Law (LW) 2) Exemptions for BBA Qualified Students For students who have already qualified BBA, they have the exemptions of ACCA knowledge level i.e. F1 subject F1 – Business and Technology (BT) 3) Exemptions for MBA Qualified Students For students who have already qualified MBA, they have the exemptions of ACCA knowledge level i.e. F1 to...

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Most of the ACCA qualified professionals in India are employed with the Big 4s or MNCs. Employers in India have now become aware of ACCA qualification and are hiring them eagerly. The main employers in India for ACCA are Price Waterhouse Coopers, Ernst and Young, Deloitte, KPMG, TATA Communications, Embassy Group, Grant Thornton, etc. CA and ACCA members are increasingly being offered similar job profiles, designation, and salary packages. India is taking another step closer towards globalization by introducing Ind-AS drafted on principles similar to IFRS. ACCA covers IFRS broadly in its syllabus which would definitely give an edge to ACCA members in India. With the presence of many financial KPOs in India, India has become a major outsourcing hub for accounting and financial functions, and ACCA qualified professionals are preferred by the employers for handling these functions. In India, the average salary offered to ACCA fresher is between INR 3,50,000 to INR 4,00,000. Eligibility Current Qualification No. Of Exams to be given Exemptions 12th pass 13* None Commerce Graduate 9 AB, MA, FA, LW CA IPCC (Both Groups) 8# AB, MA, FA, TX,AA CA 4# AB-FM (9 subjects) *Kindly note that these are tentative details, to know more regarding Eligibility...

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