Q: I want to become an accountant, what is needed for me to pursue this option?
A: In order to qualify as an ACCA member, you will need to complete:  
• 14 exams (nine of which are eligible for exemption);
• relevant practical experience, with a minimum of three years; and  
• a Professional Ethics module.  

Why choose ACCA?
Exams are held twice a year, in June and December and this gives you the opportunity to pace your studies and career progression.
International passport:  
Would you like to work abroad? The ACCA qualifications are well respected worldwide by employers, governments and the profession.  
No artificial barriers to entry:  
You do not need to go to University to study to become a professional accountant. Flexible study is available and allows you to take control of how and where you study. You can choose to study at a tuition provider, on your own or via distance learning.
Minimum entry requirements:   
You don’t need a degree or diploma to register with ACCA - nor is it necessary to have studied Accountancy as a High School subject. Bring us your Matric exemption and we will help you register.
Tailored for you:
The qualification is designed to be relevant both globally and in the country where you live and work.
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