The largest international professional accountancy organization in the world.
ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) provides professional exams for the Chartered Certified Accountant (CCA) designation globally.
The Malaysian Institute of Accountants, which accredits ACCA in our nation.
Requires simply the successful completion of all ACCA Professional Qualification examinations and passing of the Ethics and Professional Skills module.
You can join the ACCA and earn the title of Chartered Certified Accountant.
Which is recognized all over the world, by passing the Professional Skills module and completing three years of ACCA-accredited work experience.
The ACCA Qualification Course is available at ACCA-registered educational institutions or interested parties can sit for the ACCA Qualification Exam independently.
There are 13 subject papers in all across the three phases of the ACCA qualification.
1. Applied Knowledge
The ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business requires passing three examinations.
2. Applied Skills
The ACCA Advance Diploma in Accounting and Business requires passing six examinations.
3. Strategic Professional
To formally be eligible for the ACCA Professional, candidates must pass four papers (two major and two elective).
To join ACCA and receive international recognition as a Chartered Certified Accountant, you must also pass the Ethics and Professional Skills module and have three years of ACCA-recognized work experience.
(To become a member of ACCA and receive international recognition as a Chartered Certified Accountant.
You must also complete the Ethics and Professional Skills module and have three years of work experience recognized by ACCA.)
Foundation in Accountancy (FIA) If you successfully complete all the papers, you will be granted three Diplomas in Accounting and Business.
You can then continue with the ACCA certification without taking the three Applied Knowledge Stage papers and move right on to the Applied Skills Stage.
NOTE: The FIA is for students, such as SPM students, who are not qualified for the ACCA programme.
You must possess one of the following credentials to be eligible to apply for the ACCA qualification programme.
- a minimum of three Cs in SPM and two Cs in STPM (including Mathematics and English)
- a minimum GPA of 2.50 from the local National University Matriculation, with English and Mathematics
- A minimum of five Bs on the Unified Exam for Independent High School, including English and Mathematics (UEC).
- Having at least two Cs at A-level (GCE A-level) and three Cs at GCSE (including Mathematics and English).
- Additional credentials that are comparable.
You must possess one of the following credentials in order to apply for the Foundation in Accountancy (FIA) certificate.
- SPM with a minimum of five Cs (including Mathematics and English).
- Level 3 Diploma from LCCI
- Other credentials that are equal.
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