“Kingdom University is accredited by ACCA, UK”

The BSc in Finance and Accounting at Kingdom University (KU) was accredited by ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) in the UK in 2011 and the accreditation was renewed in each of 2015 and 2019, as the accreditation validity is for four years. During the recent renewal of ACCA accreditation, ACCA approved to give exemptions from six ACCA exams for KU graduates in Finance and Accounting. During the previous accreditations, exemptions from only four exams were given. One of the main requirements to become a Chartered Accountant is completing a total of 13 ACCA exams successfully.

 

This achievement allows Kingdom University graduates in Finance and Accounting BSc the opportunity to become Chartered Accountants and ACCA members by completing the remaining requirements, which will prepare them to progress in the professional world and develop themselves further.

 

This accreditation forms a part of Kingdom University’s strategy to prepare its graduates for the profession and job markets by achieving international standards and skills required for finance and accounting professions.

 

To become a Certified Chartered Accountant in the UK, the applicant must pass thirteen exams: three in Applied Knowledge, six in Applied Skills, and four in Strategic Professional (two options out of four and two essentials). KU Finance and Accounting BSc graduates will have exemptions from the following Applied Knowledge and Applied Skills exams for the graduates:

  • Accounting in Business
  • Management Accounting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Corporate and Business Law
  • Performance Management
  • Financial Management

 

Download the exemption Letter

BSc In Finance Accounting PM FM Exemptions Outcome Letter