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ACCA's new Approved Content programme

ACCA’s new content approval programme aims to ensure the widest possible access to quality learning materials for ACCA students. There will be no drop in quality standards under the new programme - all providers’ materials will be assessed by ACCA’s examining team to ensure they are of the very highest quality.

ACCA's new Approved Content Providers are (in alphabetical order):

For more information about the availability of materials offered by a particular provider, please contact them directly. 

MATERIAL FOR DECEMBER 2014 EXAMINATIONS

Material under the new programme will be available from June. There are two exceptions to this:

• Exception 1: Taxation papers - for FTX, F6 and P6 if students have materials which currently say they are valid for the June 2014 and December 2014 sessions, they should continue to use these.

• Exception 2: Papers which are available as CBEs - for FA1, MA1, FA2, MA2, FAB, FMA, FFA and F1, F2, F3 if students have already purchased materials which say they are valid for the June 2014, December 2014 and June 2015 sessions and CBEs until 31 August 2015 they should continue to use these. 

Please also note, that from July 2014, for these exception papers (FTX, F6 , P6  and FA1, MA1, FA2, MA2, FAB, FMA, FFA, F1, F2, F3), you may see materials available from the Approved Content Providers, listed above, which are branded under the new ACCA Approved Content programme. The content of these materials will be the same as that which was currently available under the old ACCA Approved Learning Partners – content programme, even though the materials may be branded in a slightly different way and show a new ACCA approval logo. This is because the change in approval programme cuts across the examinable years for these papers only.

We also have a Content Provider Directory, which lists content providers who support study towards ACCA qualifications. To search the Content Provider Directory, please use the link in the Related Links section.

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: 19 Aug 2014