ACCA – Association of Chartered Certified Accountants is a globally recognised accountancy qualification. It is a badge of quality and professionalism that ensures your knowledge and skills are of the highest standard.
As an ACCA GOLD Approved Learning Partner and delivering high pass rates, Learnkey Institute can help you develop the skills you need to succeed in your career.
The ACCA Qualification gives you the most up-to-date skills you need to become a finance professional.
Summary of units being studied
ACCA Applied Skills level is the second level in the ACCA qualification. This level is open to students who have completed the Knowledge level or gained exemptions from the Knowledge level through relevant study, such as completing a relevant degree.
Comprising modules LW (F4) to FM (F9), this module examines the principle technical subjects that you’re expected to have an advanced understanding of. These subjects include law, taxation, auditing and financial management, financial reporting and performance management. You will develop knowledge and skills in these subject areas, reaching a level of knowledge equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree.
The Applied Skills exams build on your existing knowledge and understanding developing strong, broad and practical finance skills. There are six Applied Skills exams:
- Corporate and Business Law (F4 / LW)
- Performance Management (F5 / PM)
- Taxation (F6 / TX)
- Financial Reporting (F7 / FR)
- Audit and Assurance (F8 / AA)
- Financial Management (F9 / FM)
After successfully passing all exams student will be awarded with the Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Business Level 6. This qualification is recognized by the Malta Qualifications Recognition Information Centre (MQRIC).
If you have two A Levels and three GCSEs in five separate subjects including English and maths (or equivalent qualifications), you can start your studies at the ACCA Qualification.
If you do not meet the minimum entry requirements to start the ACCA Applied Skills, then you will need to apply for the Diploma in Accounting and Business Level 5 (Applied Knowledge).
If you have a relevant degree from a university accredited by ACCA, then you may not need to take all of the ACCA Qualification exams. Nine exams at the Fundamentals level of the ACCA Qualification are eligible for exemption. You cannot claim exemptions from any exams at the Professional level.
Only ACCA can confirm if you are entitled to any exemptions. For more information please clink on the link below.
ACCA Global Exemptions link (https://www.accaglobal.com/ie/en/help/exemptions.html)
|Corporate and Business Law (F4 / LW)||22nd September 2020|
|Performance Management (F5 / PM)||14th January 2020|
|Taxation (F6 / TX)||20th April 2020|
|Financial Reporting (F7 / FR)||13th September 2020|
|Audit and Assurance (F8 / AA)||10th June 2020|
|Financial Management (F9 / FM)||5th January 2021|