Covid-19 updates for test takers

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants. We aim to offer business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition around the world who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management.

The ACCA has nearly 154,000 members and 432,000 students in 170 countries, helping them to develop their skills for successful careers in accounting and business. The ACCA’s mission is to: 

  • provide opportunity and access to people around the world and support their members throughout their careers in accounting, business and finance
  • achieve and promote the highest professional, ethical and governance standards
  • advance the public interest
  • be a global leader in the profession. 

The ACCA Qualification

Become a chartered certified accountant and have the choice of working in any type of accountancy role with ACCA training.

Skills and knowledge gained from ACCA qualification will allow you to choose which type of accountancy role and organisation you want to work for.

To qualify as an ACCA member, you will need to complete:

  • exams - a minimum of five of 14 exams (nine are eligible for exemption*)
  • experience - record 36 months' experience in a relevant role
  • ethics - the Professional Ethics module. 

*Nine of the exams which are part of the qualification will not need to be taken if you have other relevant qualifications at the same level. You will need to provide proof of your previous qualifications so you can claim exemptions.

How To Register

We administer exams in Yangon and Mandalay on behalf of ACCA. 

To register and find out more information about ACCA exams, please contact us.

Please note that candidates must be members of the ACCA before registering to sit an ACCA exam. For more information about becoming a member and the qualifications offered please contact ACCA.

ACCA Paper based and Computer based Exams

ACCA exams are held twice a year, in June and December.  In addition to June and December ACCA Paper-based examinations, we also manage ACCA Computer-based examinations. Computer based exams (CBEs) can be sat at any time of the year and are not restricted to the June and December paper-based exam sessions. CBE also offers flexibility for re-sits which can be taken at any time. There is no restriction on the number of times a student can re-sit CBEs. All three knowledge module papers within the ACCA qualification are available by CBE, as well as by paper-based exam:

  • F1 Accountant in Business
  • F2 Management Accounting
  • F3 Financial Accounting

New syllabus and study guides have been introduced for all ACCA Knowledge exams papers F1, F2 and F3. This is to accommodate for the following exams with common syllabuses:

  • ACCA F1 and FAB
  • ACCA F2 and FMA
  • ACCA F3 and FFA

The first seven papers in the Foundation in Accountancy: FA1, MA1, FA2, MA2, FAB, FMA and FFA (but not the specialist papers) are also available in CBE format.