An accredited institution is any institution for which an assessment has been carried out by the professional qualifications approvals team against one or more of the programmes conducted at that institution.
ACCA can accredit the following types of qualifications for exemption:
To find out if any programme assessments have been made in respect of your institution, please use our Exemptions calculator.
An exemption will only be awarded when ACCA is completely satisfied that it matches a student’s prior learning, and will ensure that the student has an equivalent level of knowledge to students who have completed the same exam of the ACCA Qualification by examination.
The key points of ACCA’s exemption regulations, which allow us to fulfil these requirements, are: