Your previous qualifications may entitle you to
exemptions from certain ACCA examinations. This will ensure that your point of entry
is the most suitable for your level of knowledge and skills and will prevent you
repeating areas with which you are already familiar. This database shows many of the
qualifications which can be accepted for exemption. Students are advised to
monitor the database regularly as ACCA's exemption policy is subject to change
and assessments may be added or revised without prior notice.
If your programme of study does not appear on this database and you wish
ACCA to conduct an individual assessment of your qualification(s)
please submit your enquiry to the following address:
110 Queen Street
If your programme of study does appear on this database and you wish
to obtain written confirmation of your exemption eligibility prior to
registration with ACCA please submit your enquiry to the following address:
110 Queen Street
Please ensure that you submit copies of your completion certificates,
academic transcripts (and official English translations where
appropriate) with your letter of enquiry.
ACCA's Blanket Exemption Policy for Degree Qualifications
ACCA operates a blanket exemption policy which allows specific levels of
exemption to be awarded to different degree-types obtained from institutions
recognised by ACCA for the award of degree qualifications. If your degree
has not been fully assessed by ACCA, you may still be entitled to exemption
under the terms of ACCA's blanket policy. Further details relating to ACCA's
blanket exemption policy can be found attached to each degree awarding
institution contained within this database.
ACCA's Exemption Regulations
Exemption is only considered on the basis of qualifications which contain
relevant content to ACCA papers at Parts 1 and 2. No exemption is awarded at
The degree level exemptions listed within these web pages apply to students
who have studied at the awarding institution for at least the second and
final years of their qualification. Students who have completed franchised/twinning
programmes which do not appear under the awarding institution should contact ACCA
for further details of their exemption eligibility.
ACCA adopts the recommendations set by the British Council when evaluating
international qualifications for exemption.
ACCA can take no responsibility for courses undertaken on the basis of the
information contained within these web pages. Students are strongly advised
to obtain written confirmation of their exemption status from ACCA before
embarking on any course of study.
Exemption will be confirmed at the time of a student's initial registration
Exemption will be awarded only on provision of a student's completion
certificate, academic transcript (and official English translations where appropriate).
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