With an MSc from one of the world’s top ten universities – and a professional qualification from the world’s most forward thinking accountancy body, your CV will stand out to employers.
Watch our video to see how you can get an MSc in Professional Accountancy on top of your ACCA Qualification.
You can gain an MSc in Professional Accountancy from the University of London in addition to your ACCA Qualification by completing just one module and one project. This is because the University of London recognises ACCA exams as counting towards their MSc. So you’re already on your way!
Employers know that a degree from the University of London is a mark of excellence, and this is the most time and cost-effective way of gaining a master’s in Professional Accountancy.
The incremental cost on your ACCA Qualification for the master’s starts from £3,020, depending on where you live and how you’ll study, (whether distance or face-to-face learning). This compares very favourably to the standalone cost of studying for a master’s degree separately.
For more information on fees please visit the University of London website.
Because you’ve already passed your ACCA exams, you’ll only have to complete one module and one project to get the MSc in Professional Accountancy.
If you completed your professional exams more than five years ago, you will be required to successfully pass the University of London Professional Accountancy online preparation test: Keeping up with change: issues for the finance professional before you apply. This course requires four to five hours of study per week for six weeks.
July 2021 session
January 2022 session
22 March 2021
27 September 2021
7 June 2021
29 November 2021
21 June 2021
12 December 2021
12 July 2021
10 January 2022
6 December 2021
6 June 2022
*Compulsory induction courses take place after you have fully registered. These must be completed before the programme starts.
For more information about how to register for the MSc in Professional Accountancy, please visit the University of London website.