Higher Education and Qualification
ACA has three levels:
In this level of ACA, there are 6 exams. you will be introduced to the basics of accountancy, finance, and businesses. Each exam will help you develop essential skills and learn about assurance, law, business, technology, taxation, and double-entry accounting. This level takes around one year to complete.
You can go a step forward and study ACA professional if you pass this level.
This level is all about using your knowledge to solve practical problems. It will teach you how to use your technical skills in real-life scenarios. You will learn more about financial reporting, audit and assurance, tax compliance, finance management, business strategy, and business planning. This level takes around one year to complete.
You can progress further and study ACA advanced.
The Advanced Level of the ACA qualification has 4 exams that will introduce you to corporate reporting and strategic business management. At this level, your knowledge will deepen and your skills will improve. You will understand how accountancy and finance work within businesses. You will take a case study that will test your knowledge and skills. This level takes around one year to complete.
You’ll become eligible for chartered accountancy status upon qualifying. You’ll be able to work in exciting roles such as auditor, forensic accountant, financial accountant, and tax specialist.
Some of the most important subjects students take in Alevels are listed below
The CIMA qualification has 4 levels.
You have to pass three levels to become a CFA.