Graduates of the BSc Accounting and Finance, BSc Accounting with Law, and BSc Banking and Finance degrees who wish to continue to professional accreditation may be able to get exemptions for certain modules from five professional bodies.
This means you can gain your professional accreditation more quickly. Check your elligibility with the schemes currently available:
BSc Accounting and Finance graduates
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Eligible to claim credit for up to six Professional Stage modules
Students study for the full ACA qualification while in full-time employment. BSc Accounting and Finance graduates can claim credit for up to six Professional Stage modules required for qualification, depending upon the options chosen and grades achieved. icaew.co.uk
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
Eligible to receive up to five exemptions from CIMA’s Certificate in Business Accounting and CIMA’s Operational Levels for P1 and F1
Graduates who have passed the required specified EMFSS courses are eligible to receive exemptions for CIMA’s Certificate in Business Accounting (exemptions being granted for C01–C05) and also CIMA’s Operational Levels for P1 (Performance Operations) and F1 (Financial Operations) that count towards CIMA’s Diploma in Management Accounting. cimaglobal.com
BSc Accounting and Finance and BSC Accounting with Law graduates
Certified Practising Accountants Australia
Eligible to receive up to eight exemptions from the CPA Australia Programme
BSc Accounting and Finance and BSc Accounting with Law graduates are eligible to receive up to eight exemptions from the CPA programme. Graduates achieving exemptions could progress directly to the Professional Level of the programme.
Please check the accredited courses page on the CPA Australia website for more details: cpaaustralia.com.au
BSc Accounting and Finance, BSc Accounting with Law, and BSc Banking and Finance graduates
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
Eligible for exemption from certain ACCA modules leading to professional qualification.
Graduates from the above programmes who have passed combinations of courses on these degrees are eligible for exemption from certain ACCA modules leading to professional qualification. accaglobal.com
BSc Accounting and Finance, BSc Accounting with Law, BSc Banking and Finance graduates
Eligible to qualify for the Singapore Qualification Programme
Graduates of the above programmes who pass certain courses as specified by the Singapore Qualification Programme, with a mark of 60% or more, are eligible to apply for exemptions from a number of the Core Syllabus Areas of the Singapore QP Academic Base.
More details about the Singapore Qualification Programme are available at: singaporeqp.com