How an embedded ACCA Master's works

If you already offer an MSc in Finance and Accounting – or a similar programme – we can help you to develop and enhance it. Or we can work with you to create a new programme that aligns with ACCA Strategic Professional content.

One programme, two qualifications

We’ll explain how the ACCA Qualification works – then assess your syllabus to advise how best to incorporate and align our content. We’ll work to map out your course structure and objectives – and develop a proposition that you can use to recruit students. And of course, we’ll be on hand to support you and your team throughout the programme.

What are the requirements?

  • At least 80% of your syllabus will need to align with the ACCA Qualification
  • Before they can apply for the Master’s, students will need to have completed their ACCA Applied Knowledge and Applied Skills exams – or have the equivalent number of exemptions
  • Students need to sit their Strategic Professional Level exams alongside their university exams – and they need to complete ACCA’s Ethics and Professional Skills module
  • We can discuss techniques to help students complete their entire ACCA programme successfully.

Bringing employers on board

We can engage top employers and member advocates to take part in your Master’s programmes. When you involve employers you increase your programme’s appeal – and highlight how valuable and relevant it is to students and stakeholders. Whether it’s part of your syllabus or through other learning experiences, engaging employers gives them the opportunity to meet your students. And it’s a great way to help students discover what different organisations can offer – and what the real world expects from them.