We're delighted to hear from former students who want to return to ACCA. If you are removed from our register of students for any reason, you can apply to return to it at any time. This process is known as re-registration.
If you are no longer a registered student, you must re-register before you can book or sit an exam.
You will need to pay a fee in order to re-register as an ACCA student.
The quickest and easiest way to pay is by credit or debit card over the phone.
You can also pay by cheque/bank draft. To do this you will need to complete a re-registration form.
Residents of joint scheme countries
If you live in a country where ACCA works in partnership with a local accountancy body, as part of a Joint Examination Scheme and Joint Pathway Programmes then you should read the information for residents of joint scheme countries before proceeding.
If you were removed from the register of students as a result of disciplinary action that was taken against you, you must contact us first for further information
Administrative removal due to issues affecting your eligibility to be on the register
If you were administratively removed from the register as a result of false documents being associated with your account and wish to make an application for readmission, you will need to complete a readmission form, pay a re-registration fee and any outstanding balance on your account before your application can be considered by the Admissions & Licensing Committee. Make an application for readmission under this criteria (PDF, 56kb)