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Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (Papers F4-F9)

Anglia Ruskin University

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ACCA are one of the world s predominant accountancy bodies with students studying in all continents, with particular focus in Asia and Africa. As an ACCA Gold centre we have more than 40 years experience in delivering ACCA qualifications with pass rates regularly beating world pass rates. We are now offering the opportunity for you to study full-time with us within a carefully paced and supportive environment within which we will give you the best opportunity to succeed with ACCA. Anyone interested in a career in accountancy or finance or anyone who wants to update their knowledge in any of the subject areas offered can study ACCA. This course involves the study of six ACCA Papers (F4 to F9) taught over two semesters beginning in February 2014 and finishing in December 2014. The Calendar is as follows: - Commences February 2014 studying three papers for the exams in early June 2014. - Recommences early September 2014 studying three new papers, plus classes to support any failed papers, with exams in early December 2014. Additional course information As from September 2013, eligible students can transfer to the ACCA Professional Programme (Papers P1-P7) to complete the ACCA examination requirement, or onto our MSc Accounting and Financial Analysis course (for which there would be significant exemptions to you if you have successfully completed the ACCA Professional Programme).

ACCA are one of the world s predominant accountancy bodies with students studying in all continents, with particular focus in Asia and Africa. As an ACCA Gold centre we have more than 40 years experience in delivering ACCA qualifications with pass rates regularly beating world pass rates. We are now offering the opportunity for you to study full-time with us within a carefully...

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Entry Requirements

- You must be registered with ACCA before applying to the ACCA full-time course. Please refer to the ACCA website. - You must have passed, or be exempt from, the ACCA F1, F2 and F3 exams or to have any degree recognised by the ACCA as given exemption ?????????sItemalueCount??????????????????????????????????????????????????S????PPropertiItemlu?????????????????????

- You must be registered with ACCA before applying to the ACCA full-time course. Please refer to the ACCA website. - You must have passed, or be exempt from, the ACCA F1, F2 and F3 exams or to have any degree recognised by the ACCA as given exemption...

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