ACCA – Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants. ACCA has a network of 89 offices and centers and more than 8,500 Approved Employers worldwide, who provide high standards of employee learning and development. The ACCA is the only truly global accountancy qualification with members in 170 countries. The ACCA Qualification is not just theory – the exams are practical case studies. A global program that tracks the needs of industry and employers.
- ACCA course is a recognised degree in many countries and is a good accounting qualification to work in United Kingdom (UK), European Union (EU), Ireland, South Africa, South Africa, Australia, Singapore, Switzerland etc.
- Multi National Companies in India also consider ACCA as a recognised accounting qualification.
- An ACCA member holding certificate of practice has a signing authority in multiple countries.
- The ACCA Qualification takes the candidate to advanced levels in a variety of subjects such as:
- Management Decision Making
- Financial Reporting
- Financial Strategies.
- The ACCA combines the benefits of traditional accounting skills with a wide ranging and forward looking syllabus, which recognises that finance professionals are increasingly required to demonstrate strategic thinking, excellent communication skills, people skills and fluency with information technology.
- The ACCA Qualification has flexible entry requirements, and offers flexible study options, enabling studies to be planned around business needs.
- The ACCA has achieved strong recognition worldwide by building relationships with influential organisations including:
- Local and multinational companies
- Accounting bodies
- Educational institutions
- Governments entities such as the United Nations and the World Bank.