The ACCA’s flexible structure allows the course to be completed in a minimum of two years, or up to a maximum of 10 years and examinations are held in June and December.
Exemptions can only be awarded on the basis of qualifications awarded by recognised institutions (i.e. those which are recognised by the local Ministry of Education as public sector institutions, or the equivalent status under their regulations). If your qualification is not listed on the exemption enquiry database, please send your documentation to ACCA Connect, for further review.
Students will be required to pay an exemption fee for each paper awarded. Exemption fees are the same as examination fees.
You must send official proof of any relevant qualifications which are held, or are currently being studied for, with your ACCA registration form, in order for us to assess your eligibility and confirm your entitlement for exemptions.
Award certificates must be submitted for all completed qualifications. Academic transcripts should also be submitted for any qualification upon which you wish to claim exemption.
Any documentation which is not in English must be officially translated before submission.
Assessment is 100% of final examination which are held twice a year in June and December.
Successful completion of the ACCA professional examination with relevant working experience will enable graduates to become Chartered Certified Accountants, use the designatory letters ACCA, and work in any aspect of finance and business, often in senior management positions.
F1 Accountant in Business
F2 Management Accounting
F3 Financial Accounting
F4 Corporate and Business Law (Malaysia)
F5 Performance Management
F6 Taxation (Malaysia)
F7 Financial Reporting
F8 Audit and Assurance
F9 Financial Management
P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics(GRE)
P2 Corporate Reporting
P3 Business Analysis
Options (2 to be completed)
P4 Advanced Financial Management
P5 Advanced Performance Management
P6 Advanced Taxation (Malaysia)
P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance
Professional ethics is at the heart of the ACCA Qualification. It is covered in 11 of the 16 examination papers – including all papers at professional level – and in 3 of the Essentials performance objectives.
Underpinning the educational syllabus and the practical experience is the Professional Ethics module.
The aim of the Professional Ethics module is to give you exposure to range of ethical perspectives.
Ideally, this should be completed before, at the same time or soon after completing Paper P1, Professional Accountant, but must be completed before applying for membership.