Association of Chartered Certified Accountants-ACCA

Mode of Study

Campus Learning


Programme details:

ACCA is a great choice for professional development. It can offer you excellent job prospects. Because accountants play a central function in any business, accountancy offers you prestige and responsibility. Apart from successfully passing the papers, you will also need to complete three years relevant experience. A complete ACCA is equivalent to a master’s degree.

Learning, Teaching & Assessment

Guided Learning:The students will be exposed to lectures, tutorials and supervised study by the teachers.

Lectures:The teacher will present materials either orally or by the use of other teaching aids.

Online Learning: The lecture notes, online tests, additional study material, discussion group and links to related subjects will be made available to students.

Independent Learning:The students will have to do self-directed independent learning where the teacher will be acting as a guide.

Assessment: This will be of various types. It could be written or objective type (multiple choice) or a combination of both. It could involve doing project works, interviews or be based on classroom activities and presentations.

(If a student exits after successful completion of semester 1 then the student is eligible for a ACCA - Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business qualification)

Year Sem. Module Credits
Year 1  Sem 1 AF1-17: Accountant in Business 30
AF2-17: Management Accounting 30
AF3-10: Financial Accouting 30
Sem 2 F04-10: Corporate and Business Law 30
F06-10: Taxation 30
Year 2 Sem 3 F07-10: Financial Reporting 30
Sem 4 F08-10: Audit and Assurance  
F05-10: Performance Management 30
F09-10: Financial Management 30
EPS-17: Ethics & Professional Skills 0
Year 3 Sem 5 P02-17: Strategic Business Reporting 30
P01-17: Strategic Business Leader  60
Sem 6 P04-10: Advanced Financial Management 30
P05-10: Advanced Performance Management 30
P06-17 :Advanced Taxation 30
P07-10 :Advanced Audit and Assurance 30

Admissions Criteria

Applicants Should have passed 'A' level or an equivalent qualification as required by ACCA Click here to view more