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You love numbers, math and money. Hence you want to be an accountant. Where do you go to get certified so that your services will be in demand? How do you get started? Any old accountancy certification will not do. If you do not have any recognised qualifications, your clients will not be able to know if your standards meet their requirements. People need to have full trust in the accountant’s expertise so they hire Chartered Certified Accountants with a full practicing certificate. You need an internationally recognised global qualification to compete in today’s industry, and taking on one of our ACCA courses in Dubai fits this requirement perfectly.
The ACCA, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, is the world’s largest international accountancy body, having over 300,000 students and members in more than

160 countries. Founded in 1904, ACCA has over 100 years of history as a leader in the development of the global accountancy profession. The United Nations has chosen the ACCA syllabus as the basis of its global accountancy curriculum and ACCA training courses are well recognized in an ever-growing list of countries including the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Pakistan. Many ACCA graduates work in premier companies.

The syllabus spans 16 topics each with their own ACCA examinations to test your competency in that subject. Students can take as little as 2 years to obtain ACCA certification. This is broken up into the “Fundamentals” stage that consists of 9 papers and the “Professional” stage that consists of 3 papers and a choice of 4 options. With so many ACCA examinations to pass, self-study can be difficult. The good news is that there are many professional accounting and finance schools that offer ACCA certification training. The better ones have a cast of highly qualified and experienced lecturers who have ACCA certification themselves. These teachers know what the ACCA training syllabus requires and can dramatically increase your chances of passing the examinations. It is definitely highly recommended to enlist the aid of ACCA training courses in Dubai to learn the ropes.

2 A-Level passes or a bachelor’s degree from a good university are the entry requirements for the ACCA qualification. If you do not meet this requirement, you can go for the open-entry route for the Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification initially. Upon completion of the CAT course, you may progress to take the ACCA classes designed towards gaining a qualification. As a graduate, you can look forward to rewarding accounting career in a variety of fields such as accountancy, auditing, financial management, taxation, business development and management. Whether you choose to run your own company, work in a small practice or manage a large multinational organization, you can be sure to have lots of opportunities available to you. Indeed, qualified graduates who have completed ACCA training in Dubai are in great demand all over the world. Ultimately, a career in accountancy can be a beneficial move for anyone with an interest in a career requiring numeracy, there are several alternate strands, and the demand for accountants has been fairly strong and steady for a while. Should you decide to opt to take some of our ACCA training in Dubai, you can be assured that the skills you’ll acquire will be valuable to you for a lifetime.

ACCA Syllabus

ACCA Syllabus ACCA Syllabus ACCA Syllabus ACCA Syllabus
3 papers 6 papers 3 papers select 2 papers from 4
F1 – Accounting in Business (AB) F4 – Corporate and Business Law (CL) P1 – GR&E – Governance, Risk and Ethics P4 – Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
F2 – Management Accounting (MA) F5 – Performance Management (PM) P2 – Corporate Reporting (CR) P5 – Advanced Performance Management (APM)
F3 – Financial Accounting F6 – Taxation (TX) P3 – Business Analysis (BA) P6 – Advanced Taxation (ATX)
F7 – Financial Reporting (FR) P7 – Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA)

The following courses may be studied from an international or a national (UK) perspective: financial reporting, audit and assurance, corporate reporting and advanced audit assurance.


The ACCA examinations are divided into two levels; Fundamentals and Professional.
The Fundamentals level is divided into two modules Knowledge and Skills.
The Knowledge module introduces you to the main areas of financial and management accounting. You will study the other technical accountancy areas after you study this. There are six subjects in the ACCA examinations Skills module which cover the main technical areas that accountants are expected to know.

F1 Accountant in Business F4 Corporate and Business Law
F2 Management Accounting F5 Performance Management
F3 Financial Accounting F6 Taxation
F7 Financial Reporting
F8 Audit and Assurance
F9 Financial Management
Essentials Options (two to be completed)
P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics P4 Advanced Financial Management
P2 Corporate Reporting P5 Advanced Performance Management
P3 Business Analysis P6 Advanced Taxation
P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance
Course Contents & Outline Part-I (Internal Audit Basics)


  1. Professional ethics is at the heart of all ACCA training courses
  2. Professional ethics is covered in 11 of the 16 exam papers. This includes all papers at Professional level and three of the Essential performance objectives.
  3. The Professional Ethics module underpins both your studies and your practical experience. The aim of the module is to introduce you to a range of ethical ideas.
  4. You get access to the module when you become eligible to take Paper P1,Governance, Risk and Ethics. We recommend that you take the Professional Ethics module at around the same time as you take this paper. You must finish it before you can become a member and before you can finish your BSc degree.
  5. Personal effectiveness : 1) 4 Manage self, 2) 5 Communicate effectively, 3)6 Use information and communications technology.


  1. A key part of the ACCA Qualification is getting relevant practical experience in the workplace. Our ACCA examinations will give you the theory behind your knowledge of accountancy, but you also need to have the practical experience to support it. This experience, alongside your exams and ethical awareness, will mean you are fully prepared for a challenging career as a professional accountant.
  2. The ACCA Qualification closely links practical experience to your studies. This means you can apply the knowledge you gain from the exams to your workplace. This also will show future employers that you have the right mix of knowledge and skills.
  3. You should think about the practical experience you need to gain in addition to our ACC training courses in Dubai when looking for a job and choosing your employer. You need to do three years’ relevant work experience and achieve 13 of the performance objectives listed below. You will need to do all nine listed as ‘Essentials’ and four of those listed as ‘Options’.
  4. Performance objectives are part of the requirements you must meet for your practical experience. They set out a clear guide for the activities you should do and what you should achieve in the workplace. They outline the standards and expected result of your work. They also show the attitudes you are expected to have as a trainee accountant.
  5. Business management : 7 Manage ongoing activities in your area of responsibility. 8 Improve departmental performance. 9 Manage an assignment.

ESSENTIALS (all nine to be done)

Professionalism, ethics and governance
  1. 1 Demonstrate the application of professional ethics, values and judgement.
  2. 2 Contribute to the effective governance of an organisation.
  3. 3 Raise awareness of non-financial risk.
  4. 4 Manage self.
  5. 5 Communicate effectively.
  6. 6 Use information and communications technology.
  7. 7 Manage ongoing activities in your area of responsibility.
  8. 8 Improve departmental performance.
  9. 9 Manage an assignment.

OPTIONS (four to be done)

  1. Financial accounting and reporting
  2. 10 Prepare financial statements for external purposes.
  3. 11 Interpret financial transactions and financial statements.
  4. Performance measurement and management accounting
  5. 12 Prepare financial information for management.
  6. 13 Contribute to budget planning and production.
  7. 14 Monitor and control budgets.
  8. Finance and financial management
  9. 15 Evaluate potential business/investment opportunities and the required finance options.
  10. 16 Manage cash using active cash management and treasury systems.
  11. Audit and assurance.
  12. 17 Prepare for and collect evidence for audit.
  13. 18 Evaluate and report on audit.
  14. Taxation
  15. 19 Evaluate and compute taxes payable.
  16. 20 Assist with tax planning.
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