ACCA Tuition in Mauritius at AEA Training Centre, Port Louis

About ACCA

The ACCA Qualification is a highly-regarded accountancy qualification. In order to become a qualified chartered certified accountant and use the designatory letters “ACCA” after your name you need to complete:

  • 14 exams (exemption can be claimed in nine exams)
  • Three-years’ relevant practical experience requirements
  • A Professional Ethics module

ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the largest and fastest-growing international accountancy body, with over 432,000 students and 154,000 members in 170 countries. More people around the world qualify in-country with ACCA than any other international body. ACCA’s reputation and influence are respected worldwide by employers, government and the profession itself. ACCA has an extensive network of over 80 staffed offices and other centres around the world.

ACCA’s Members, who are known as Chartered Certified Accountants, are employed in industry, financial services, the public sector, or in public practice. With statutory recognition in the UK and Ireland it has the authority to license its members to work as registered auditors. In the UK, it also authorises its members to undertake insolvency work. Outside the UK, ACCA’s are recognised under the EU’s Mutual Recognition Directive and in many countries around the world.

ACCA offers four core qualifications:

  • A suite of awards, including certificates, diplomas and a revised Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification – (Foundations In Accountancy)
  • A Professional Qualification enabling members to reach the highest level in accountancy – (ACCA)
  • A Bachelor of Science in Applied Accounting which is centered on the needs of employers for practical, professional accounting – BSc. (Honors)
  • A Masters in Business Administration designed to broaden business understanding and enhance strategic decision making – (MBA)

Entry Routes

ACCA offers various entry routes, depending on your age and previous academic qualifications.
  • Minimum Entry Requirements

2 passes at GCE A’ Levels and 3 passes at GCSE/GCE O Level in 5 separate subjects, including English and Mathematics

American Higher School Certificate with at least 50%

  • Graduate Entry Route

Graduation, B.Com, BA, BSc from a recognised University

  • Access to ACCA via FIA qualification

Complete the Diploma in Accounting and Business through the FIA, and you can continue your studies with the Certified Accounting Technician Qualification, or you can transfer onto the ACCA Qualification, miss out the first three exams and continue your studies from the fourth exam (F4 – Corporate and Business Law) onwards.

 

Removal of Mature Student Entry Route (MSER)

If you would have normally registered on the ACCA Qualification via the Mature Student Entry Route (MSER), you should now register on Foundations in Accountancy. MSER is no longer available.
This is because now that we have introduced Foundations in Accountancy, which is open entry and does not require you to have any previous academic qualifications to apply, it is possible for you to enter at any level within Foundations in Accountancy, including the Diploma in Accounting and Business.
The exams FAB, FMA and FFA on Foundations in Accountancy are identical to F1, F2 and F3 of the ACCA Qualification. If you would have normally registered on MSER, you are now better placed when you register on Foundations in Accountancy. This is because there is no restriction on the number of exams you take, the order you choose to take them in, or the time you can take to complete FAB, FMA and FFA on Foundations in Accountancy.

 

Claiming Exemptions

Relevant degree holders from ACCA-accredited institutions may be exempted from all nine exams within the Fundamentals Level and register directly at the Professional Level. Degrees with some relevance may also qualify for exemptions. For details, refer to ACCA Global Exemption Support

Examination Structure

You have unlimited time to complete fundamental level papers and seven years to complete professional level papers. You take ACCA exams when it suits you – you choose the pace. You also have the option to select papers based on International Accounting and Auditing Standards and, in certain countries, variant papers based on local law and tax. You may also claim exemptions from certain exams, depending on what other qualifications you have gained.
 

 

Fee Structure

ACCA Global Fee Structure

Our Fee Structure

ACCA Levels Individual / Per Paper Corporate Fee / Per Paper
Level 1 3,500 4,500
Level 2 4,500 5,500
Level 3 5,500 6,500

 

Our Faculty for ACCA

ACCA Lecturer Mauritius

Inam ur Rahim
ACCA, CA Inter., CFA (Cont.)
Experience: 8 years of teaching & 4 years industry experience
Specialization: F1, F2, F3, F5, F6, F9, P3 & P5

ACCA Lecturer Mauritius

Hassan Ali Bukhari
ACCA, ACA (Finalist)
Experience: 6 years of teaching & industry experience
Specialization:F6, F7, F8, P2, P6, P7

Ms. Ummé Salma JANALLY
ACCA, BSc (Hons) Accounting
Experience: 3 years of teaching & 7 years industry experience
Specialization: FIA, F1, F2, F3, F7, F8, P1 & P3

 

ACCA Timetable

 

Exemptions for ACCA

Generally as per below but more accurate and complete information from www.accaglobal.com

  1. ICAEW – Mini 11 paper exemptions out of 15
  1. CIMA – Max 8 papers exemptions
  1. Other Universities in England also provide exemptions for ACCA affiliates and Members at Masters level. 

ACCA Academic Calendar

ACCA (UK) qualified are eligible for the following other professional qualifications:
  • A qualified ACCA (UK) will get maximum 11 exemptions in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales ICAEW)
  • A qualified ACCA needs to appear for 3 papers of Chartered Institute of Management Accountants UK (CIMA) only, remaining papers being fully exempt after clearing CIMA Gateway
January
  • 1 Your annual subscription fee is now due.
  • 11-20 result declaration for December attempt.
  • Application for exemptions to be reflected in the June exam options must be submitted by 31 January (or at least two weeks earlier if submitting to an ACCA office outside the UK)
  • Requests for an administrative review should be received within 10 working days from the release of December results
February
  • 1 standard exam fee deadline for March exam session
  • 1 Amendment in exam entry should be done by this date
  • 8 Late fee submission deadline for March exams
  • 15 early bird discount deadline for June exam session
March
  • 6-10 exams for March attempt.
April
  • 10-20 result declaration for March attempt
  • Requests for an administrative review should be received within 10 working days from the release of March results
May
  • 2 standard exam fee deadline for June exam session
  • 2 Amendment in exam entry should be done by this date
  • 9 late exam fee submission deadline for June session
  • 16 early bird discount deadline for September exam session
June
  • 5-9 exam dates for June attempt
July
  • 11-20 result declaration of June attempt
  • Requests for an administrative review should be received within 10 working days from the release of June results
August
  • 1 standard exam fee deadline for September session
  • 1 Amendment in exam entry should be done by this date
  • 8 late exam fee deadline for September exams
  • 15 early bird discount deadline for December attempt
September
  • 5-9 exam dates for September attempt
October
  • 17 result declaration for September attempt
  • 31 standard exam fee deadline for December exam session
  • 31 Amendment in exam entry should be done by this date
  • Requests for an administrative review should be received within 10 working days from the release of June results
November
  • 7 late exam fee deadline for December exams
  • 9 early bird discount deadline for March attempt
December
  • 5-9 exam dates for December session

Practical Experience Requirements

  • In addition to completing exams, you will need to gain relevant, supervised practical work experience.
  • You can gain your practical experience before, during or after completion of the exams but ACCA strongly recommends that you gain your experience alongside or soon after sitting your exams.
  • You must demonstrate effectiveness and achievement in the workplace by meeting 13 predefined performance objectives, overseen and agreed by a workplace mentor.
  • Complete a minimum of three-years’ relevant practical experience.
  • Record your Practical Experience Requirement (PER) in My Experience through myACCA

Employers expect ACCA members to show high levels of knowledge and ability in the workplace and to apply in practice the knowledge and techniques gained through your studies towards the ACCA exams.

 

How to Register with ACCA?

  1. You need to register with ACCA as a student in order to take the exams.
  2. The quickest and easiest way is to apply for your accounting course is online. You can do it yourself or through AEA. Applying online also allows you to upload all your supporting documents. This means your application will be processed much quicker and you will know at which level you can start your studies shortly after submitting your application.
  3. Students are not restricted to June and December paper-based exam sessions as CBEs can be sat at any time of the year.
  4. ACCA offers a number of entry routes for studying towards the ACCA Qualification, designed to take into account equivalent local qualifications and previous educational achievements. Check entry requirements and exemptions available on ACCA Global along with the information on Joint Examination Schemes.
  5. Remember to send supporting documentation with your registration form including a passport style photograph, proof of identity and attested copies of previous academic qualifications as proof of minimum entry eligibility or for claiming exemptions.
  6. You can track the status of your application also online.
  7. ACCA will issue you with a passcode to access your student details from the ACCA website and student post-registration information containing details about the exams, practical experience requirements, Professional Ethics module and the service and support provided by ACCA.
  8. As soon as you have received confirmation from ACCA that your application has been approved, you may make arrangements to sit CBEs.

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