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Professional accreditation

Your fast track to professional accreditation

You don’t have to come to the UK to gain a UoL degree, you will benefit from a unique learning experience with the same academic standard and recognition. You will also have a qualification that is accredited by international accountancy bodies, and forms the basis for future professional development.

Dr Libon Fung, Academic Coordinator, Accounting and Finance, LSE

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 fast-track their accreditation by getting exemptions for certain modules from five professional bodies.

Check your eligibility with the schemes currently available:

 

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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. 

Visit icaew.co.uk to find out more.

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Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
BSc Accounting and Finance graduates can receive up to four 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 the Diploma in Management Accounting. 

Visit cimaglobal.com to find out more. 

 

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Chartered Accountant Singapore

BSc Accounting and Finance, BSc Accounting with Law, and BSc Banking and Finance graduates qualify for exemptions from the Singapore Qualification Programme

Graduates 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.

Visit isca.org to find out more.