Exemption Accreditation Resources
ACCA’s accreditation handbook is primarily intended as a source of information for course leaders of educational programmes for which accreditation is already held, or is being sought.
It may also provide useful information for other parties, such as departmental heads, student advisers, and anyone with an interest in ACCA’s accreditation and exemption guidelines.
The accreditation handbook provides all of the information and guidance you need to make an accreditation application, including:
- syllabus coverage
- review of programme assessments
- comparability of examinations
- how to make an application
- supporting documentation
Also prior to making an application you should review ACCA’s syllabus and past papers to ensure that your institutions syllabus is relevant and examinations have the same format as ACCA’s these can be viewed using our Exam resources finder tool
Lastly you may wish to review our A Practical Guide to Writing Assessments document. It is a key document for writing ACCA exams and meeting ACCA’s exemption accreditation criteria.
It gives the background to understand various elements that you need to consider when writing your own assessments. It also has information on the intellectual levels relevant to ACCA exams. Finally gives guidance around what the criteria mean from a practical perspective, including examples of questions.
Students seeking exemption information should visit the Students section