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Do you aspire to become a financial accountant? Do you aim for a bright career as a management consultant? Or would you like to become a tax consultant?
If your answer is yes to any of the above questions, pursuing ACCA Qualification at QIU is a definite choice for you.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) institute, based in the United Kingdom, formed in 1904 is the global professional accounting body offering the “Chartered Certified Accountant” qualification. ACCA is fast growing international accountancy organisation with over 200,000 members and 500,000 students in 180 countries.
Students pursuing ACCA can:
Benefits of ACCA qualification:
With a well-equipped library, on-line support and an experienced lecture team, QIU is committed to prepare you well for the ACCA exams. QIU is also a registered centre for ACCA computer based exams.
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2 principal passes at STPM (grade C or above), plus 3 credits at SPM (grade C or above or grades 1-6) (in 5 separate subjects, including English and Mathematics)
Matriculation Certificate (Matrikulasi)
A minimum CGPA of 2.50, including Mathematics and English.
ATAR of at least 70
5 credits (grade C or above) SPM (in five separate subjects including Mathematics & English)
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)
5 subjects with grade B (including English and Maths)
2 passes at GCE A Level / Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate [grades A-E or 9-4]
3 passes at GCE O Level / Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate [grades A- C or 1-6] (in five separate subjects including Mathematics & English)
3 LCCI Level 3 (Higher passes) /A levels/STPM
LCCI Level 2 (Intermediate Level passes) /O level/SPM (in five separate subjects including Mathematics & English)
Please remember to view the exemption enquiry database to find out if your part complete degree, degree or masters attracts exemptions.