Yes, the materials are free for eligible students during this pilot.
To access the ACCA Study Hub, students must meet certain criteria, including the following:
The Study Hub is accessible through logging in to your myACCA account from the ACCAGlobal homepage. Then click on the ‘ACCA Study Hub’ link from your ‘my Qualification’ dashboard.
The Study Hub Pilot scope is to provide study materials to help students study for the below Strategic Professional Exams:
ATX is out of scope for this pilot due to the many variant exams. It would be unfair to provide material for one exam, for example ATX-UK, as this material will not be relevant in countries that have variant exams.
This project, to provide free base-level study materials to students, is currently in pilot phase. During the pilot, only students in selected regions will be able to access the materials.
Yes, Study Hub content will be updated for syllabus changes. The validity of content for each exam is indicated in the exam title.
The Study Hub primarily provides digital delivery. Limited printing is available via the browser Print function. Extensive printing is not the intention and is not supported.
Yes. The quizzes found at the end of each Study Hub Chapter and Practice questions are suitable for all students regardless of how they have studied.
Study Hub content meets the breadth and depth of the ACCA syllabus and provides an up to-date base level of technical knowledge. Students should also refer to resources available on the ACCA global website, and must ensure they are familiar with the Computer Based Exam environment, as shown in the ACCA Practice Platform. However, to maximise chances of exam success, we recommend studying with an Approved Learning Provider.
Yes. After accessing the Study Hub online and loading the content for a particular exam, the content for that exam remains available when offline. Study Hub content is able to be navigated through without a live internet connection. When offline, avoid refreshing your browser. When an online connection is re-established, your progress will be synced.
Yes - although the Study Hub content and tasks are suited to a larger screen and keyboard than is available on mobile devices.
The best user experience is provided on a desktop or laptop computer, with the Study Hub accessed via an up to date browser such as Google Chrome.
To access the Study Hub you must be an active ACCA student sitting exams at Strategic Professional level, and be based in a region covered by the pilot (currently Africa, the Caribbean, Vietnam, New Zealand, Oceania).
If you satisfy the above criteria and still can't access the Study Hub please contact ACCA Connect
Yes. The ACCA Study Hub is a browser based platform that is compatible with browser extension tools found in Chrome, Mozilla or Safari. Please refer to your browser provider for more information.