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Can you do law after ACCA?
YES, You can do LLB after ACCA but just a minor glitch is present. ACCA is a “Certificate” not a “Degree”, so you would have to apply for the equivalence letter from the ‘education board’ of your country or state.
Which degree is best after ACCA?
CFA is the best Post Graduate degree after completing ACCA, which will give your finance career a boost. It will land you with the best organisations worldwide, including the Big Four. CFA focuses more on the Financial Aspect rather than the Management Aspects. A series of 3 levels of exams is included in the course.
Is there any exemption for ACCA students in CA?
ACCA offers exemptions to the students who have previously studied for a relevant accountancy qualification. Exemptions offer you the opportunity to start your ACCA qualification from the right level. Exemptions from Knowledge Level papers (F1, F2, F3) and Skills Level papers (F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9) are available.
What are ACCA exemptions?
What is an exemption? If you already have some qualifications you may not have to take all of the exams in the ACCA Qualification or Foundations in Accountancy awards. These are called exemptions and mean that you will start your studies at the right level for your knowledge and skill.
Is it possible to get any exemptions for ACCA?
However, in terms of exemptions, I doubt that you can get any because I don’t think much of what one studies in ACCA is related to law. This by no means intended to tell you not to take up law after getting your ACCA membership.
Should I study for the ACCA exam right now?
If you’re not confident you could pass the exam right now, you should study for and take that the exam. If you intend to complete the BSc degree in Applied Accounting, Oxford Brookes University gives credit for exemptions awarded to ACCA students for any of the following Applied Knowledge and Applied Skills exams:
Can I become a lawyer with an ACCA qualification?
The Law module in the ACCA qualification gives you a solid grounding in corporate and business law, so there are some crossovers, and this could account for why some seek to progress in this direction. However, if you want to practice law after becoming an ACCA member, you need to look into studying for a law degree.
Should I take up law after ACCA membership?
This by no means intended to tell you not to take up law after getting your ACCA membership. In fact, I personally feel that having both accounting and law background would make you unique in the workforce. My father has a double degree, in economics and law and a company secretarial qualification.