Where Can I Study ACCA In South Africa

What is ACCA?

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants popularly known as ACCA is a globally recognized course with over 200,000 members and 600,000 students across 180+ countries. The ACCA qualification is considered the largest professional accounting qualification in the world.

Where Can I Study ACCA In South Africa?

University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg.

IBTC SA, Johannesburg.

Institute of Management Accounting and Strategy, Johannesburg.

Graduate School of Accounting, Johannesburg.

CA College, Johannesburg.

Academic Institute of Excellence, Johannesburg.

What are the entry requirements for ACCA?

The minimum entry requirements for the ACCA Qualification are Two A-Levels and three GCSEs (or their equivalent). These need to be in five separate subjects including English and maths.

What is the easiest way to get ACCA?

The quickest way to become a member is to work and study at the same time. If you do, you could qualify in as little as three or four years. Is there a time limit? There’s no limit on how long students can spend on the Applied Knowledge and Applied Skills exams.

How much is the ACCA course in South Africa?

The average course fee for ACCA courses in South Africa is R1500 for a 4-month ACCA AFM Advanced Performance Management training.

Can I do ACCA without a degree?

If you’re wondering whether you can become a chartered accountant without a degree, you can apply for the ACCA qualification with a combination of GCSEs and A-levels.

However, by already holding a degree or master’s in any subject, may make you exempt from some of the exams.

How do I get an ACCA qualification in South Africa?

When you have completed the Diploma in Accounting and Business at the Foundation Level, you can then transfer over to the ACCA qualification.

You will be able to start your studies at Paper F4 because you can claim exemption from exams F1, F2, and F3 on the basis of completing the Diploma.

How much does an ACCA accountant make in South Africa?

Chartered AccountantRange:R100k – R970kAverage: R1,080,000
Senior Finance ManagerRange:R515k – R1mAverage: R720,000
Financial ManagerRange:R459k – R954kAverage: R976,196
Financial DirectorRange:R797k – R1mAverage:R976,196

Is ACCA in demand in South Africa?

Finance professionals are in demand throughout the world including South Africa. ACCA provides the opportunity to people of the ability

to access careers in accounting, business, and finance both for their own benefit and for the economy as a whole.