For questions relating to the closure of the BSc programme, please visit Oxford Brookes University's FAQs document.
To be awarded the Oxford Brookes BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting you must:
ACCA Members who passed their ACCA examinations after 2000, may be eligible. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
To submit the Research and Analysis Project in the May and November submission periods, please refer to RAP submission dates
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You completed your ACCA studies before the programme was introduced (in 2000)
You hold exemptions from Financial Reporting (FR), Audit and Assurance (AA) or Financial Management (FM), or earlier equivalents. It is possible to forfeit exemptions but you are required to pass the examination. Once you have forfeited your exemptions, you cannot reverse this decision.
You hold conditional exemptions.
You cannot demonstrate currency of knowledge. This means it is more than 10 years from your first examination pass or exemption being granted, and you have not passed 3 ACCA examinations (at Applied Skills or Strategic Professional level) in the 5 years before submission of your RAP.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about eligibility.
Students can opt in to the Oxford Brookes BSc degree after they have registered.
You can tick the box on your myACCA. This is a marketing preference and you will receive emails about the OBU degree.
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 Applied Skills exams 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 Corporate and Business Law (LW), Performance Mangement (PM) or Taxation (TX) exams, 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|