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Flexible study

After you have registered with us as a student, you will need to think about how you want to study. There are lots of different ways, so you need to decide which method is right for you. ACCA offers you flexibility, so you can study full-time, or work full-time studying part-time around your job – from anywhere in the world. You can also choose how frequently you sit your exams and how many you take at one time.

Study options include:

  • full-time courses
  • part-time day or evening courses
  • online/e-learning
  • weekend courses
  • revision courses


You can self-study ACCA, but we strongly recommend that you study with one of our Approved Learning Partners for student tuition to guarantee a quality learning experience.

Before you decide on which study method is right for you, watch our video. There are real benefits to studying for your exams with an Approved Learning Partner. But don't take our word for it, lots of students have said the same thing.

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For more information on Approved Learning Partners, please visit where to study ACCA.

The Right study materials

However you decide to study for ACCA, make sure you use the most up-to-date study materials, preferably from one of ACCA's Approved Content Providers.

All of our Approved Content Providers' materials have been assessed by ACCA's examining team to ensure they are of the very highest quality.

Find contact details for ACCA's new Approved Content Providers below (in alphabetical order):

Becker Professional Education

Telephone: +44 20 8977 0652

Email: acca@becker.com

BPP Learning Media:

Telephone: 0845 075 1100

Email: learningmedia@bpp.com

Kaplan Publishing:

Telephone: 01189 890629

Email: publishing@kaplan.co.uk

For further details about ACCA's Approved Content Programme, please click on the link in the Related Link section.

Last updated: 22 Sep 2014