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You will find all the important dates you need to remember throughout the year in the PDF attached in the Related Documents section below. We recommend you note these in your diary.
A subscription fee is charged in addition to the initial registration fee in your first year as an ACCA student if you register before 8 May and are therefore eligible to sit at both the June and December exam sessions. Thereafter the annual subscription fee is due and payable on 1 January each year you wish to remain an active student. Remember you can pay your fees online at myACCA. The payment enables ACCA to provide you with relevant resources and support to help you gain membership.
Students who fail to pay fees when due will have their names removed from the ACCA register. Students wishing to re-register are now required to submit any amounts unpaid at the time of their removal in addition to the re-registration fee. Confirmation of your unpaid fees can be obtained from your national ACCA office orACCA Connect.
The following fees and subscriptions apply with immediate effect:
ACCA Qualification and Foundation-level students
Initial registration £79
Re-registration £79, in addition to any amounts unpaid at the time of registration/removal.
Additional fees may apply to register with the relevant Joint Examination Scheme partner, details of which can be found in the Related Documents section below.
For information on exam fees please visit 'enter an exam' by clicking on the link in the Related links to the left of the page.
Your first annual affiliate or member payment needs to be made by 1 January following the date on which you received your final exam results. This is payable for up to three years or until you become a member. After three years you will pay the full member fee, even if you are still an affiliate.
Member subscription £205
Affiliates are required to pay an administration fee for admission to membership, once they become a member, which is totally separate from the affiliate subscription fee.
Admission to membership fee
Payable on successful admittance to membership £205
Last updated: 7 Aug 2014