Students must have a minimum of five (5) credits (including Mathematics and English) in their SPM, O-Levels, UEC or equivalent. There are no limits on an applicant’s age.
In addition, students must meet ONE (1) of the following criteria:
Completed the CAT Qualification (Exempted from Knowledge Module Papers)
2 Principal Passes in STPM or A levels.
3 Credits in LCCI Higher Stage or Level 3.
UEC – 2 subjects with grade A and 3 other subjects with C or better (including English and     Mathematics).
Pre-University programmes passed with Distinction
Degree from an approved University
If you have completed a relevant degree from an ACCA-accredited university, you may be eligible to claim exemption from up to all nine papers within the Fundamentals Level. However, no exemptions would be given from the Professional Level.

Find out if a degree qualifies for any exemptions at: Please note that exemptions are solely determined at the discretion of the ACCA Institute in the UK.

To sit for the ACCA exams, a student must first register as a student member with ACCA by submitting the Initial Registration (IR) form before the relevant closing dates for each semester. Log on to: for further information.