ACCA Douala-Buea Cameroon

AnB ACCA
1 WHAT IS ACCA?
AnB ACCA

ACCA is an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants based in the United Kingdom that offers an accountancy programme. upon the completion of this programme, ACCA issues to the student the title of chartered certified accountant and gives you the opportunity to become an ACCA member. ACCA offers 13 papers divided into 3 sections that is part 1, part 2 and part 3. To study with ACCA and to become a chartered accountant, one needs to follow the steps below:

2 WHY ACCA?
  • ACCA is internationally recognized
  • ACCA issues an international chartered accountant certification
  • ACCA can be completed in short period of time at a low cost
  • ACCA is accessible to all learners from any background
  • ACCA gives all its members and students the opportunity to find a job without stress
  • ACCA is flexible because it offers paper and computer-based exams
  • ACCA can be written 4 times a year
  • ACCA gives its students the opportunity to obtain academic degrees from universities in the UK

3 ACCA QUALIFICATION

Entry requirements
  • GCE A Level or Baccalaureat or Bachelor degree if applicable
  • Identification documents (ID card or Birth certificate)
  • ACCA registration fee of 50,000 FCFA
  • Passport sized photo that can be taken in our premises free of charge
NB: If you are applying with a bachelor in Accounting, Banking and Finance or Management, ACCA can easily issue you some exemptions from part 1 and part 2 papers and not part 3.
ACCA Qualification Requirements
Work experience
Three years.
Number of exams
Up to 14 papers to write, depending on exemptions.
How long does it take to complete?
Three to four years on average.
What else is involved?
A professional ethics module.
Papers:
Part 1:
F1
AB
Accountant in Business
F2
MA
Management Accounting
F3
FA
Financial Accounting
upon completion of Part 1 papers, ACCA issues the DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS
Exams are computer-based.
Part 2
F4
CL
Corporate and Business Law
F5
PM
Performance Management
F6
TX
Taxation
F7
FR
Financial Reporting
F8
AA
Audit and Assurance
F9
FM
Financial Management
upon completion of at least 2 papers in part 2, ACCA issues the student the ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS
Part 3: Professional
  • Compulsory
P1
GR&E
Goverance, Risks and Ethics
P2
CR
Corporate Reporting (UK &International)
P3
BA
Business Analysis
  • Optional
P4
AFM
Advanced Financial Management
P5
APM
Advanced Performance Management
P6
ATX
Advanced Taxation
P7
AAA
Advanced Audit and Assurance (UK & International)
Prices:
  • Exam Fee: part 1: From 75000 FCFA / paper ; Part 2:From 85,000 FCFA / paper; Part 3: From 105,000 FCFA / paper
  • Annual Subscription to be paid each year: From 82,500 FCFA
  • Materials: Original text, kits and pocket notes: 75,000 FCFA
  • Video lectures: 5,000 FCFA
  • Affiliate subscription: From 105,000 FCFA
  • Membership fee annual subscription: From 205,000 FCFA
  • Tuition: AnB also offers ACCA tuition 135,000 FCFA/paper – Buea Branch; 150,000 FCFA/paper – Douala Branch including materials
NB: These amounts can vary due to changes on the exchange rate or changes from ACCA.
Exam Sessions:
ACCA exam is written 4 times a year: March, June, September and December.
4 FOUNDATION LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS
Entry requirements
None, it is open access. So if you do not have the entry requirements to start at the ACCA Qualification, you can start your studies here.
If you are starting out in accounting and finance or already working in finance but have no formal qualifications, you can start your journey with ACCA at the foundation level.

5 OXFORD BROOKES BSC DEGREE

ACCA is working in partnership with OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY to encourage ACCA students who opt to obtain a Bsc degree.

Entry requirements

You simply need to be a registered ACCA Student and follow the requirements below:

Number of exams Successfully complete all nine Fundamentals level papers, including passing F7, F8 and F9
How long does it take? The degree must be completed within 10 years of the earliest date of your first examination pass or the date of your first ACCA exemption being granted, otherwise your eligibility will be withdrawn
What else is involved? Complete and pass the Oxford Brookes University Research and Analysis Project and the ACCA Professional Ethics Module