ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global professional accounting body offering the Chartered Certified Accountant qualification (ACCA). The ACCA website ( is the main ACCA exams resource with all the important information you need to know in order to pass the exams. It has the most up-to-date information and we highly recommend that you use it as your main resource during your studies.

In this guideline, we will provide a quick overview about the ACCA exams, ACCA progression rules, exam entry, exemptions and ethics module with direct links to more detailed information on the ACCA website.

ACCA Exams

There are two levels of the ACCA Exams - Fundamentals and Professional.

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ACCA Progression Rules

In order to plan for the ACCA exams, students should follow the progression rules which state when the exams are offered, how many they can take at once, etc.

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Exam Entry Requirements

There are three criteria to become qualified as an ACCA member:

  • Successfully pass 14 of 16 exams (some students are eligible for exemption)
  • Have 3 years of relevant experience
  • Pass the Professional Ethics module

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ACCA Student Info

Study support resources for students

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Practical Experience Requirements (PER)

There are three criteria to become qualified as an ACCA member:

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If you have studied accounting before, you might be eligible for exemptions from certain ACCA exams.

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Professional Ethics Module

The professional ethics module is an important part of the ACCA membership. It will give you exposure to ethical perspectives.

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ACCA Connect contact information:

ACCA Connect, 110 Queen Street, Glasgow G1 3BX, United Kingdom

T: +44 (0)141 582 2000