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To be awarded the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting you must:
The degree must be completed within 10 years of your initial registration onto ACCA's professional qualification.
Log on to myACCA, to find out if you have opted in to the degree scheme and whether you are eligible to do so.
For further information about the BSc degree, please click on the link in the Related links box in the top left-hand corner of this page.
If you are not eligible for the degree programme, then it will be for one of the following reasons:
You enrolled with ACCA before the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting degree was introduced.
You ticked the box on your ACCA registration form stating you did not wish to join the Oxford Brookes University degree programme.
You do not hold a suitable English language qualification.
You enrolled with ACCA over 10 years ago.
If you wish to enquire about your eligibility to complete the BSc degree, please contact ACCA Connect. Please include your ACCA student registration number in any correspondence.
Students can opt in to the Oxford Brookes BSc degree after they have registered. However, they must do so before attempting papers F7, F8 and F9 and hold a recognised English language qualification.
The BSc degree classification will be based on both:
The ACCA average mark will be calculated by taking the numerical average of the marks achieved in the Fundamentals Skills papers (F4–F9) that you have sat and passed.
Where the calculated average mark is not a whole number, the calculated average will be rounded up or down accordingly. If you have been given an exemption from any of the three papers F4–F6, no mark is available and so will not be included in the calculation of the ACCA average mark.
The class of degree for each combination of ACCA average mark and Research and Analysis Project grade is shown below.
|ACCA average mark||First||Upper Second||Lower Second||Third|
|68 or more||A, B, C||-||-||-|
|60-65||-||A, B, C||-||-|
|54-57||-||-||A, B, C||-|
|50-52||-||-||-||A, B, C|
Last updated: 13 Aug 2014