Is there any specific college for UK ACCA?
Asked by SHAFLA BINTHI RAHMATHE about 1 year ago
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, or ACCA, is a programme or course that is equivalent to CA. Accounting, finance, taxation, management, and other subjects are taught to students. Because ACCA is a globally recognised programme, pursuing it in the UK opens doors to a wide range of employment opportunities around the world. This course requires you to study for at least 3-4 years, with an additional training requirement of 1-2 years. You are trained both theoretically and practically so that you can begin working immediately after finishing your ACCA course in the UK. Students who have completed their 12th grade or who have a bachelor's degree in any field are eligible to apply for this course. Aside from the fact that ACCA is recognised in over 100 countries, there are numerous other benefits to taking ACCA courses. They are as follows:
Completes earlier than other comparable exams such as CA.
Pursue articles while writing exams for more flexibility.
The ACCA course is less difficult to complete and has the same competency level in both domestic and international markets.
In comparison to other courses or degrees, getting into the UK to pursue an ACCA course is relatively simple. As part of the screening process, you must provide proof of English proficiency and appear for a visa interview. Here are the top universities in the UK that allow international students to study ACCA:
Birmingham City University
London School of Business and Finance
University of Brighton
The University of the West of Scotland
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