ACCA is an ideal qualification for accountants in practice, industry and the public sector. To start studying with us you will need to have completed your AAT qualification or ACCA's Diploma in Accounting and Business (exams F1, F2, & F3). Further details can be found on the ACCA website below.
Teaching is weekly on Thursday afternoon and evening (1.45pm to 8.00pm) from September to July.
It was great to have a local provider of ACCA and I chose to study at Huish as my colleagues had also studied there and I knew they had an excellent pass rate.
The advantages of studying at Huish:
- Excellent pass rates - we always beat global rates.
- Afternoon and evening courses, ideal for students and employers alike.
- Weekly lessons provides regular contact with your tutor and structure to your learning.
- We have a dedicated team of staff who teach only accounting and are highly qualified with many years' experience in a variety of fields.
I have tried home study before but I found there were too many distractions and reasons not to revise. The classroom based approach gives you structure. Every week you are revising. Also because you are getting taught it, if there is something you don’t know or understand you have the lecturer to ask and colleagues in your class that you can talk about it with.
Areas covered by the ACCA course:
- Fundamental level - law, financial management, tax, financial reporting, audit and performance management.
- Professional level - governance risk and ethics, corporate reporting, business strategy, advanced tax and advanced audit.
There are more details of the professional level in our brochures and on the awarding body website www.accaglobal.com
My tutors were brilliant and I really enjoyed both the courses I did. There was such a cross section of business sectors, age and experience within my class that I learnt so much more than I would have from a group of my peers at university.
Huish has been awarded ACCA gold status in recognition of the quality of the course it provides
For more information about the ACCA course please view the course leaflet or email Martin Green at firstname.lastname@example.org