ACCA Course Fee in Malaysia | HELP College

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

  • Programme Name : Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
    Duration of Study : 2 years to 2½ years
    Intakes : January, July
    Study Mode : Full Time or
    Part Time
    Assessment : Paper Based Examination
    Computer Based Examination
    Awarding Institution : ACCA

  • Why ACCA & CAT @ HELP?

    • ACCA Platinum Status Approved Learning Partner (ALP)
    • Well qualified and experienced Professional programme lecturers
    • Conducive class size for effective learning
    • Conveniently located at Chan Sow Lin LRT Station linked directly to the campus
    • Good records of nurturing many Malaysian and World prize winners
    • Invaluable professional development programmes to improve leadership quality, communication, social and digital skills to enhance employability and future career development – Education Beyond Professional Qualification
    • Hostel accommodation in the same building directly above the campus for outstation and overseas students

  • Below are the entry requirements for ACCA:

    • 2 Principal passes in STPM/A-Levels and 5 Credits in SPM/O-Levels (including English & Mathematics)
    • 5B’s in UEC (including English & Mathematics)
    • Foundation Studies or equivalent

    Applied Knowledge 
    AB Accountant in Business
    MA Management Accounting
    FA Financial Accounting
    Applied Skills 
    LW Corporate & Business Law
    PM Performance Management
    TX Taxation
    FR Financial Reporting
    AA Audit & Assurance
    FM Financial Management
    Essential Modules
    SBL Strategic Business Leader 
    SBR Strategic Business Reporting
    Options (any 2 papers)
    AFM Advanced Financial Management
    APM Advanced Performance Management
    ATX Advanced Taxation
    AAA Advanced Audit & Assurance
    General Subjects
    Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia or Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 3
    Hubungan Etnik or Malaysian Studies
    Strategic Planning for Entrepreneurs
    Malaysian Economy
    Community Services