What is ACCA?
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is a world-renowned professional qualification which was first introduced in the UK in 1904. The Association is the largest and fastest growing international accountancy body in the world. Today, ACCA has 428,000 students and 162,000 members in 180 countries with an extensive network of offices and centres in nearly 82 countries. Wherever you may be, there is always support at hand.
The aim of ACCA is to offer itself as the first choice of qualification to individuals seeking a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management. With over a hundred years of accounting and financial experience, ACCA is widely respected.
Every eight minutes, somewhere in the world, someone is registering himself or herself as an ACCA student. Does this mean that you will still stand out from the crowd? Most certainly! ACCA students and members are individuals in every sense of the word, unbound by business-sector or country-border constraints.