ACCA F3 – Financial Accounting (FFA)
Learn the underlying principles and concepts of financial accounting, accounting techniques and the preparation of basic financial statements. You’ll demonstrate technical proficiency in the use of double-entry techniques, including the preparation and interpretation of basic financial statements for sole traders, partnerships, companies and simple groups of companies.
This course is part of the Diploma in Accounting & Business Level 5, also known as Applied Knowledge, which includes papers AB (F1), FA (F2) and FA (F3).
The course consists of Live Online Lessons where your teacher will go through all units of the study book. In addition, you will be provided with mock exams, past papers, and exercises.
There are no minimum entry requirements for this course.
Books and notes are available to download from the platform and you have access to it during the course.
We have a Whatsapp group where you can ask questions and have all support on your course.
About your Teacher: Natasha Bugeja
Ms Natasha had graduated from the University of Malta, reading for a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Banking and Finance (2011), and later a Bacholer of Accountancy Honours (2013). During her studies, she was working with one of the leading audit firms in Malta on part-time basis, and after obtaining her qualifications, she continued to work at the same firm in the Tax Department.
Eventually, she went back to the University of Malta, where she obtained a further qualification, namely, a PGCE in Business Education (Accounting) (2015), which gave her the necessary qualification to teach accounting in Maltese schools. Since then, she has been focusing on her teaching profession and has also recently started a Masters in Applied Educational Leadership.
During her free time, she likes to travel and explore new places.
It is important to inform you that if its the first time you are studying for an ACCA course, you will be required to pay the following fees direct to ACCA and MIA – Malta Institute of Accountant.
You don’t have to pay for these fees now, as you will be required to do it before you take the exam. Some student prefers to pay after finishing the course.
Registration and subscription fees:
|Initial registration||£79||A one-time fee that students must pay when registering with ACCA.|
|Annual subscription||£112||An annual subscription fee is due each year to keep your student status active.|
|Registration with MIA||€65||The Malta Institute of Accountant|