Who is for the ACCA Foundation Diploma?

The ACCA Professional Qualification is one of the most respected accounting qualifications in the world. To start this qualification, students must have two A-levels and three GCSEs or their equivalent in five separate subjects, including English and Math (or equivalent qualifications) or a bachelor's degree from a university.

If you do not have these above qualifications, then you must first complete the ACCA Foundation Diploma, and after that, you can start your ACCA Professional Qualification. It takes approximately one year to complete the foundation diploma's seven exams.

Upon completion of AFD, ACCA awards you three exemptions from the ACCA Professional Qualification. This means that instead of passing 13 exams, foundation students need to pass ten exams to complete there ACCA Professional Qualification. After the foundation diploma, the exempt papers are ACCA BT, MA, and FA.

ACCA FA1: Recording Financial Transactions
The syllabus for FA1, Recording Financial Transactions, introduces the candidate to the fundamentals of preparing and recording financial documentation, from originating documents and processing ledger transactions up to the trial balance stage.

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ACCA MA1: Management Information
The syllabus for MA1, Management Information, introduces candidates to basic costing principles and techniques and the tools with which to use these principles and techniques.  The syllabus covers  business organisations and the specific role of the management accountant within the organisation. 

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ACCA FA2: Maintaining Financial Records
The syllabus for FA2, Maintaining Financial Records, introduces the context and purpose of maintaining financial records with reference to account preparation, the double-entry system and on recording, processing, and reporting business transactions and events, including the specific accounting for non-current assets.

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ACCA MA2: Maintaining Financial Records
The syllabus introduces the basics of recording costs in management accounting. This is followed by coverage of a variety of costing techniques used in business. The next area of the syllabus introduces candidates to the use of management accounting in support of decision-making.

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ACCA FBT: Foundation in Business and Technology
Business and Technology will teach you how businesses operate effectively, efficiently, and ethically and will show the critical role finance professionals play in achieving this.  You'll understand business in the context of its environment, including economic, legal, and regulatory influences.

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ACCA FMA: Management Accounting
The important areas in the ACCA FMA exams are costing techniques, forecasting techniques, big data, budgeting and variance analysis, and capital budgeting and performance analysis. Among these costing techniques, budgeting and variances hold special importance. 

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ACCA FFA: Financial Accounting
Learn the underlying principles and concepts of financial accounting, accounting techniques, and the preparation of basic financial statements.  You'll demonstrate technical proficiency in the use of double-entry techniques, including the preparation and interpretation of basic financial statements.

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4 in 1: Includes Four Courses - Discounted Pack
The ACCA Foundation Four Pack includes the first four papers from the ACCA Foundation Diploma.  If you are planning to start your ACCA foundation, then this combo course is exactly what you need to start. You get the first four foundation diploma courses.

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7 in 1: Includes Seven Courses (Discounted Pack)
The Foundation Pack includes all seven papers of the ACCA Foundation Diploma. You get all seven foundation diploma courses with detailed content, question videos, short notes, online quizzes, a day-by-day study plan, and active tutor support until exam day. 

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If you are new to ACCA then there must be many questions in your mind that need answers.  We have collected some frequently asked questions below to answer your querries.  If you still have any other question you can send us an email for further information or to book an online meeting.  

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If you have three O Levels or Matriculation or Intermediate or ten years of school education then you can start your ACCA Foundation Diloma.  It is considered as a fast track to ACCA qualification.

After completing Foundation Diploma , you will continue ACCA Qualification from level 2 of ACCA.

There are seven courses in total
1.  FA1 - Recording Financial Transactions
2.  MA1 - Management Information
3.  FA2 - Maintaining Financial Records
4.  MA2 - Managing Costs and Finance
5.  FBT - Foundation in Business and Technology
6.  FMA - Foundation in Management Accounting
7.  FFA - Foundation in Financial Accounting

Once you have completed the Foundation Diploma (seven exams), you will be automatically transferred to the ACCA Qualification and given exemption from the first three exams of knowledge level ACCA BT MA and FA that you would have passed in FIA.

You can start your registration at any time. Your application will take approximately ten days to process.

To register for the Foundation Diploma you will need to start your online application on ACCA website. You will need to select 'Foundations in Accountancy' during the application process. You will need to pay an initial registration fee when you apply.  You will also need to pay an annual subscription fee each year to keep your student status active.
 
You can request to VERTEX LEARNING assist you with the application process

There‚Äôs no time limit on completing the exams, so you really can fit studying around your work and personal life.  Students normally complete Foundation Diploma in twelve to fifteen months.

You can book your exam after you are done with preparation. Make sure to have an active registered account with ACCA.

Computer-based exams (CBEs) are held for Foundation Diploma. You can sit on these at any time of the year. Simply find a CBE centre near your location (search on Google) and pay them directly to book the exam you wish to sit for.

It is suggested that students who do not have any prior accountancy knowledge they should begin from FA1 or MA1. Therefore, ACCA strongly recommends students take FA1 and MA1 before moving onto FA2 and MA2, and finally to B&T, FMA and FFA.

There are two types ACCA fee :

1.  Initial Student Registration Fee - This is paid once at the time of online registration. It differs from country to country. Minimum registration fee is 45 GBP ( British pounds) and ranges upto 79 GBP.

2. Annual Subscription Fee - This is paid each year to keep registration status active. Currently anyal subscription fee is 112 GBP.
Note : Annual subscription fee is reduced in the year of registration.

Fee can be submitted by an active debit / credit open for international transaction. We at Vertex can also arrange fee transfer for registration purpose . 

The tuition fee for exam preparation varies from institute to institute.  Vertex Learning Solution charges a fee between 60  to 75 USD per course.

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