ACCA Revision Courses

  • Overview
  • Syllabus
  • What we offer
  • Requirements

Overview

ACCA Revision Only Courses – June 2014 Examinations  Discounts Offered (See T&Cs below).

 Revision Course Timetables & and Lecturer Allocation:  select your preferred location and paper on the list below and click on the paper number to download the timetable.

Dublin Dawson Street Campus

 Dublin IFSC

Cork

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Revision Discount Terms and Conditions

We are offering a 33% discount on bookings from 31st March for the June 2014 Revision courses. You will be entitled to this discount from the 31st March if you have booked another course with us for the June 2014 Exam Sitting. The offer only applies to certain subjects and to bookings made from the 31st March and cannot be applied retrospectively. These bookings cannot be made on-line and must be made in person or by postemail for details please e-mail acca@independentcolleges.ie . Please note that certain subjects are already fully booked and details of the subjects that the offer applies to are available from the College. 

Course Duration

Most of our revisions are two to three days long. Check individual timetables for specific details.

Course Fees

Full Time: N/A
Part Time: F1 – F3 - €199 per revision course; F4 – F9 - €315 per revision course; P1 – P7 - €375 per revision course. Revision Course fees include all revision course materials(BPP Revision Kit, BPP Passcards, Lecturer’s Course notes) and one mock exam attempt.

Syllabus

A full syllabus with subject details is available on the ACCA website at:

www.accaglobal.com

Dublin Main Courses - Part-time

  • F1 Accountant in Business - Séan McLoughney
  • F2 Management Accounting - Sandra Gleeson
  • F3 Financial Accounting - Sandra Gleeson
  • F4 Corporate and Business Law - Gary Fitzgerald
  • F5 Performance Management - Michael Bristow
  • F6 Taxation - Mel Kilkenny
  • F7 Financial Reporting - Dave O'Donoghue
  • F8 Audit and Assurance - Dave O'Donoghue
  • F9 Financial Management  - Michael Bristow
  • P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics - Shane O'Grady
  • P2 Corporate Reporting -  Liam Doran
  • P3 Business Analysis - Shane O'Grady
  • P4 Advanced Financial Management - Liam Doran
  • P5 Advanced Performance Management - Michael Bristow
  • P6 Advanced Taxation - Mel Kilkenny
  • P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance - Dave O'Donoghue

Cork

  • F6 Taxation - Mel Kilkenny
  • F7 Financial Reporting - Sandra Gleeson
  • F8 Audit and Assurance - Aidan Harty
  • F9 Financial Management - Graham Crowley
  • P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics - Shane O'Grady
  • P2 Corporate Reporting - Liam Doran
  • P3 Business Analysis - Patrick Carrie
  • P4 Advanced Financial Management - Michael Barry
  • P5 Advanced Performance Management - Michael Bristow
  • P6 Advanced Taxation - Mel Kilkenny
  • P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance - Michael Donnelly

What We Offer

Revision Course fees include all revision course materials(BPP Revision Kit, BPP Passcards, Lecturer’s Course notes) and one mock exam attempt.

Requirements

ACCA offer you various entry points on to the ACCA Qualification depending on your previous academic qualifications.

The minimum entry requirement is two A Levels and three GCSEs or their equivalent. These need to be in five separate subjects including English and maths.

Full information for each country is available in the minimum entry criteria document, which is located on the exemptions enquiry database.

If you do not meet the minimum entry requirements to start the ACCA Qualification, then you will need to apply for Foundations in Accountancy and take some or all of these awards before continuing with the ACCA Qualification. If you complete the Diploma in Accounting and Business you will be able to transfer over to the ACCA Qualification, claim exemption from F1, F2 and F3 and continue your studies from F4 onwards. Please visit the Foundations in Accountancy section in the Related links list on the left-hand side of the page for more information.

ACCA Qualification Graduate-Entry Route

 If you have a relevant degree from a university accredited by ACCA, then you may not need to take all of the ACCA Qualification exams. Nine exams at the Fundamentals level of the ACCA Qualification are eligible for exemption. You cannot claim exemptions from any exams at the Professional level.

Even if your qualifications are not from an accredited institution, you still may not need to take all of the exams. The amount of exemptions you can get will depend on how well your current qualifications match ACCA studies.

Please refer to the Exemptions enquiry database to find out what exemptions you may be able to claim by clicking on the Related links list on the left-hand side of this page.

ACCA Exam Entry Process:

 The key changes to the exam entry process are the addition of an early exam entry period to the standard and late exam entry periods which already exist and combined initial application with exam entry for students who apply online.

 These changes and new dates will impact on when potential students should submit their initial application to ACCA. Students can now choose to submit an initial application at any time. However their application must be received by ACCA in plenty of time for ACCA to process it in respect of their chosen exam entry period. ACCA’s guideline is that initial applications should be received at least 20 days in advance of the published exam entry period closing dates. The dates are as follows and will be introduced from the beginning of July 2011.

Key Dates

Exam entry period

Early*

Standard

Late

June exam session

8 March

9 March - 8 April

9 April - 8 May

December exam session

8 September

9 September –

8 October

9 October –

8 November

Exam entry method

online only

online and paper

online only

 *The early exam entry period only applies to students entering for exams online or submitting a fully online initial application.

 Please note:

  • discounted exam fees will be available in the early exam entry period

  • the new dates only apply to entries for paper-based exams held in June and December and not CBEs

  • ACCA will no longer have registration closing dates of 31 December and 15 August going forward (or earlier in some countries)

  • a student who expects to receive a posted paper exam entry form from ACCA must be registered with ACCA by the time exam results are published (currently mid February or Mid August)

  • a student submitting a paper exam entry form by post will pay the standard exam entry fee

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