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This paper will examine how well you understand the environment of the business world and how this affects the way companies operate, particularly in regards to the role of accountants within businesses.

This exam explores your understanding of how to prepare and analyse basic quantitative data and cost information in order to support managers in making important business decisions.

The aim of this exam is to test your ability to use double-entry accounting techniques. You will need to know the basic principles and regulations and demonstrate your technical proficiency.

This paper tests your general knowledge of the legal framework as well as your specific knowledge of how the law relates to business and when you should consult an expert.

This exam tests your practical skills in management accounting, including your technical ability to produce quantitative and qualitative information to be used for a variety of business purposes.

The aim of this paper is to test your knowledge of taxation and how it applies to individuals, companies, and groups of companies.

This paper will build your knowledge of accounting standards, as well as developing your skills relating to the application of theoretical frameworks to the preparation of financial statements. You will also learn how to interpret these financial statements.

This paper will ensure that you fully understand the process of carrying out the assurance engagement and will teach you the related contexts of the professional regulatory framework.

This paper tests your ability to perform as a financial manager. You will be tested on the ins and outs of investment and finance, as well as dividend policy decisions.

The aim of this paper is to look at areas that the Board of Directors of an organisation need to consider. 

This ranges from looking at big picture areas such as strategy and corporate governance to detailed areas such as developing policies on internal controls, audit and approaches to managing projects.

This paper develops your financial reporting skills; building on your existing knowledge and developing your understanding of more complex financial reporting issues and the wider corporate reporting world.

Success in SBR is based upon building solid knowledge foundations but you will also be expected to develop critical and analytical skills to enable you to grapple with the preparer and investor double focus of the requirements.  The examination is both technical and time pressured.  So your tutors have invested time and effort in creating resources that will enable you to practice and grow into the skill set required to be successful.

This paper will explore your skills in relation to the financial management of different types of organisations. You will be tested on your ability to exercise professional judgement in senior roles related to finance within a business.

AFM (P4) is one of four Options papers. You need to complete two Options papers as part of the ACCA exam requirements.

This paper will exercise your professional judgement in applying appropriate management accounting techniques. You will also be tested on how you are able to contribute to the evaluation of a specific organisation and its development.

APM (P5) is one of four Options papers. You need to complete two Options papers as part of the ACCA exam requirements.

The ATX (P6) paper on Advanced Taxation explores your application of knowledge and skills in providing relevant information and advice to businesses and individuals. You will also be tested on your ability to evaluate the effects of the major taxes in financial situations.

ATX is one of four Options papers. You need to complete two Options papers as part of the ACCA exam requirements.

This paper will test your abilities to analyse and evaluate assurance engagement and other audit and assurance issues. You will also be tested on your ability to evaluate and make reports on advanced audit and assurance problems in the context of best practice and current developments.

AAA (P7) is one of four Options papers. You need to complete two Options papers as part of ACCA’s exam requirements.