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The ACCA qualification is more than just a professional qualification – it informs employers that a candidate is all-rounded and familiar in all aspects of the business. ACCA is the world’s largest fastest growing professional accountancy body with about 480,000 students and 188,000 members in 181 countries. It has 100 years of tradition in providing internationally recognized business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people seeking a fulfilling career in accountancy, finance, and management. The ACCA exams are divided into two levels – Fundamentals and Professional. The Fundamentals component comprises of two modules; the Knowledge module introduces the main areas of financial and management accounting, while the Skills module covers the main technical areas that accountants should know. The Professional level is divided into two modules – Essentials and Options. Both of the modules at the Professional level have been set at the same ability level as a Master’s degree. It explores more advanced professional skills, techniques, and values that are required by senior level accountants working in an advisory or consultancy role.
In addition to the above mentioned requirements, the students must have obtained a credit in Mathematics and English at SPM level or its equivalent
Malaysian students who do not possess the English requirement stated above, will have to attempt and pass a compulsory English module concurrently in the first semester of ACCA programme.
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