ACCA in Nepal



Established in 1904 and thus with a long and glorious history, ACCA is one of the largest and fastest growing professional accountancy bodies in the world. Let the facts speak for themselves:

  • 183: number of countries in which ACCA has its presence
  • 170,000: number of ACCA members globally
  • 500,000: number of ACCA students globally
  • 400: number of ACCA examination centres globally
  • 83: number of offices and centres globally

Thus ACCA is truly a global qualification and its USPs (Unique Selling Propositions) include the following:

  • International Recognition
  • Global Mobility in terms of career
  • Flexibility in achieving the qualification

In this era of globalisation where territorial boundaries are increasingly melting when it comes to trade and business, ACCA is one of the best career choices for an individual aspiring to build a career in accountancy and finance.

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Entry Routes


Levels under ACCA / FIA

FIA suite of qualifications:

Introductory Level
FA1 Recording Financial Transactions
MA1 Management Information
International Level
FA2 Maintaining Financial Records
MA2 Managing Costs and Finances
Diploma in Accounting and Business
FTX Foundations in Taxation
FFM Foundations in Financial Management
FAU Foundations in Audit
Any two from the three optional papers
FAB Accountant in Business
FFA Financial Accounting
FMA Management Accounting

Students completing all the nine papers will be awarded with a CAT qualification. In addition an online learning programme called FiP (Foundations in Professionalism) needs to be compulsorily completed as part of FIA suite of qualifications.

Knowledge Level
F1 Accountant in Business
F2 Management Accounting
F3 Financial Accounting
Skills Level
F4 Corporate and Business Law
F5 Performance Management
F6 Taxation
F7 Financial Reporting
F8 Audit and Assurance
F9 Financial Management
Professional Level
P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics
P2 Corporate Reporting
P3 Business Analysis
Any two from the four optional papers
P4 Advanced Financial Management
P5 Advanced Performance Management
P6 Advanced Taxation
P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance

Duration for Completion of the Course

  • ACCA has an open registration policy which means that an aspiring student can join ACCA at any time bearing in mind the exam entry deadline periods.
  • Exams are held twice a year: one in June, the other in December. Maximum four papers can be sat for in any examination cycle.
  • In order to be an ACCA member, fourteen paper exams plus 36 months (3 years) Practical Experience Requirement (PER) have to be completed.
  • One of the beauties of ACCA is that the PER can be met in course of the studies and even after the completion of studies. However, it is advisable that students complete their PER along with their studies.
  • The maximum number of papers that can be sat for is four while there is no such thing as minimum number. The number of papers that a student aims to sit will depend upon work load and other commitments.
  • Thus in order to be an ACCA member (14 paper exams plus 36 months PER), the time duration that will be required is tentatively four to four and a half years.

Applicable Fees

The registration fee and the Annual Subscription Fee currently applicable for all levels of FIA suite of qualifications and ACCA is £ 79.

For fees payable to NCA, kindly contact NCA Administration.