This is the Fundamental Level of the ACCA qualification, which 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 Skills module that cover the main technical areas accountants are expected to know.
ACCA Fundamentals Course Details
- Study in the classroom
- Study at your own pace with distance learning
- Exams sat at an ACCA approved centre
- Flexible (up to 12 months of tutor support through distance learning)
3 GCSEs and 2 A Levels (or equivalent), including maths and English. If you have already completed AAT Level 4, you will be exempt from papers F1-F3.
How it works
When you enrol onto our ACCA Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Business, we’ll book you onto classes at one of our centres, or support you to learn at your own pace through distance learning.
You will learn
£425 – £625
The tutors were always willing to help and support me whenever I needed it, and on numerous occasions offered extra help within their own time. Without their support, I would not have completed the course in the time I did.
Progression after ACCA Fundamentals (F Units)
An ACCA Fundamentals qualification gives you the opportunity to move on to further studies with ACCA Professional (P Units) and fully complete the ACCA qualification.
What sort of job could I expect after completing the ACCA Fundamentals course?
A common question is “what jobs will I be qualified to perform after completing the ACCA F Units course”? The list is long and the options varied, but they include the following:
- Financial Reporting
- Forensic Accounting