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ACCA/ Msc University of London (UOL)

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and the University of London have today agreed to offer a ground-breaking Masters programme to be made available to ACCA students and members around the world. This route to the ACCA qualification will be of value to accountants aspiring to senior roles and enable them to stand out from the crowd in terms of their qualifications. Compared with the cost of studying for an accountancy qualification and a master’s separately, this will save time and money for many ACCA students.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Academic Requirements:

Qualifications required for the MSc in Professional Accountancy under Pathway 1
To qualify to register for the MSc under Pathway 1 you must be a current ACCA Student and have

  • Passed all the ACCA F1 to F9 papers or gained exemptions approved by ACCA, and
  • Passed the ACCA P1, P2 and P3 papers (or their equivalent).

 

Qualifications required for the MSc in Professional Accountancy under Pathway 2
To qualify to register for the MSc under Pathway 2 you must be a current ACCA Member or Affiliate and have:

  • Passed all the ACCA F1 to F9 papers or gained exemptions approved by ACCA, and
  • Passed all the ACCA P1, P2 and P3 papers, and
  • Passed two of the ACCA P4-P7 option papers (or their equivalent).

 

If you passed the last of the ACCA Professional level papers more than five years ago, you must be able to demonstrate that your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) record is compliant with the ACCA policy on CPD since you became a member, which includes an up to date CPD declaration for the current year. Additionally you will be required to successfully pass the assessment for the University of London Professional Accountancy Online Preparation Test which will be available to enroll on demand.

 

Qualifications required for the Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Accountancy
To qualify to register for the Postgraduate Certificate you must be a current ACCA Student and have:

  • Passed all the ACCA F1 to F9 papers or gained exemption from these papers approved by ACCA (or their equivalent).

 

English Language Requirements:

You will meet the English language requirement if you:

  • have passed the English version of ACCA F1 to F9 papers (or gained exemption by completion of an English-medium undergraduate degree approved by ACCA), or
  • have passed the English version of ACCA P1, P2 or P3, or
  • are a current ACCA Member or Affiliate.

 

Applicants who have not met any of the above must have passed one of the following tests of proficiency in English language at the appropriate mark/grade within the past three years:

  • (IELTS) International English Language when an overall score of at least 6.5 is achieved with a minimum of 6.0 in the Written sub-test
  • Pearson Test of English (Academic) score of 59 or above, with at least 59 in both Reading and Writing elements and at least 54 in Speaking and Listening elements
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English
  • Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English, provided grade C or above is achieved
  • (TOEFL) iBT Test of English as a Foreign Language overall score of 92 or above with at least 22 in both Reading and Writing Skills sub-tests and at least 20 in both Speaking and Listening sub-tests.

COURSE DETAILS

The opportunity to gain a prestigious master’s level qualification is open to ACCA students, affiliates and members, no matter what stage they are at in their professional qualification journey.

 

ACCA members who are qualified and affiliates who have completed all the ACCA assessments can follow a route to ‘top-up’ their professional qualification with this master’s.

 

ACCA students who have passed the fundamentals level of the ACCA qualification can opt to continue towards their ACCA qualification by using the master’s as an equivalent to two of their final ACCA papers.

COURSE ASSESSMENT AND FEES

The three ACCA modules (P1 to P3) you study as part of your ACCA qualification give you accreditation for prior learning (APL) for 90 credits of your master's. The two University of London option modules will be recognised by ACCA as part of your professional qualification.

 

Programme Starts
Study Period 3 modules 12 mths - 5 yrs 2 modules 6 mths - 5 yrs 2 modules 6 mths - 5 yrs From 1,200 per module

 

AWARD OF CERTIFICATE

The certificate is awarded by University of London.

STUDENT PATHWAY

Pathway 1 - MSc in Professional Accountancy

 

MSc for ACCA students who have passed P1 - P3

 

 

Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) with transfer to the MSc once P1 - P3 successfully completed

 

Pathway 2 - MSc in Professional Accountancy for ACCA members and affiliates