Program Description



This ACCA online course has been carefully constructed to provide you with all the advantages of an on-campus learning experience coupled with the flexibility of 100% online delivery. ACCA is held in esteem by accounting and finance organisations the world over, and equips you with the skills and knowledge required to rise through the ranks in your workplace.

Studying with London School of Business and Finance, you’ll be able to gain access to InterActive's online platform from your PC, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone. So no matter where you are in the world, you’ll be able to access your studies 24/7.

In addition, you'll also become part of a rapidly expanding community of industry professionals and peer students worldwide who study with InterActive, allowing you to share ideas and experiences no matter your global location.

Course Requirements

  • No qualifications You first need to complete the final level of the AAT or FIA qualification.
  • 2 A-levels and 3 GCSEs in 5 separate subjects, including English and Maths Apply for the ACCA Knowledge modules
  • A non-relevant degree or other Apply for the ACCA Knowledge modules
  • Relevant degrees Relevant degrees at ACCA-accredited institutions may be exempted from all Fundamentals (the Knowledge and Skills modules) and some Professional modules. We recommend that you enquire/apply for exemptions when you register with ACCA as a student.
  • AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians)/CAT (Certified Accounting Technician) qualified Apply for the ACCA Skills module (with exemptions from the Knowledge modules).
This school offers programs in:
  • English


2-3 years

Cost & Fees

£130-650 per paper and there are 14 papers in total

Last updated July 13, 2016
Duration & Price
This course is Online
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Open Enrollment
2 - 3 years
Part time
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1,820 GBP
Start date Open Enrollment
United Kingdom UK Online
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Duration 2 - 3 years
Price 1,820 GBP
£130-650 per paper and there are 14 papers in total