The ACCA is an Association incorporated under the Companies Act 1929 in the United Kingdom and is known as “The Association of Certified Accountants”. The principal objects and purposes for which the Association was constituted are to advance the science of accountancy, financial management and cognate subjects as applied to all or any of the professional services provided by accountants whether engaged in public practice (in partnership or through the medium of a body corporate or otherwise), industry and commerce or the public service; to promote the highest standards of competence, practice and conduct among members of the Association so engaged; to protect and preserve their professional independence and to exercise professional supervision over them; and to do all such things as may advance and protect the character of the profession of accountancy whether in relation to public practise (carried on in partnership or through the medium of a body corporate or otherwise) or as applied to service in industry and commerce or the public service.
Pentecost University College (PUC) is an accredited Tuition centre of Association of Chartered Accountants Ghana courses. PUC and EMPAC Business
School offers the following levels of ACCA programmes:
The ACCA syllabus consists of 13 papers divided into four levels:
|Level 1: Knowledge and comprehension:
This module, which includes papers AB (F1) to FA (F3), is the starting point on your way to achieving your ACCA qualification. Once you’ve passed all 3 papers, you can continue on to the ACCA Skills module.
|F1||AB||Accountant in Business|
Level 2: Application and analysis
Comprising modules LW (F4) to FM (F9), this module examines the principle technical subjects that you’re expected to have an advanced understanding of. These subjects include law, taxation, auditing and financial management, financial reporting and performance management. You will develop knowledge and skills in these subject areas, reaching a level of knowledge equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree.
|F4||LW||Corporate and Business Law|
|F8||AA||Audit & Assurance|
Level 3: Synthesis and evaluation
This module is called Essentials as it will provide you with the specialised skills and techniques required to become an expert accountant, either in a consultancy or high-level advisory role. Each of the 2 ACCA papers is assessed with a 3-hour paper-based exam.
|SBL||Strategic Business Leader|
|SBR||Strategic Business Reporting|
Choose any 2 from 4
|P4||AFM||Advanced Financial Management|
|P5||APM||Advanced Performance Management|
|P7||AAA||Advanced Audit & Assurance (UK or International)|
The examination is in three (3) levels. Level 1 must be completed before moving on to Levels 2 and 3 in that order. Students are required to write a minimum of one (1) paper in any order in Levels 1 and 2. At Level 3, students are required to write two compulsory papers and two out of four (4) optional papers. There are four examination sittings in a year.
An applicant must be at least 16 years and possess a minimum, any of the following:
SSSCE/GBCE/DBS holders – six (6) passes (A-D) including English and Mathematics. WASSCE holders six (6) credits including and English and Mathematics, or ACCA foundational level papers or any other qualification acceptable to the ACCA.
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