Financial Accounting :
The aim of this exam is to test your ability to use double-entry accounting techniques. You will need to know the basic principles and regulations and demonstrate your technical proficiency. This includes knowing how to prepare basic financial statements and basic consolidated financial statements, and how to interpret them.
Accountant in Business:
Here you will be examined on how well you understand the environment of the business world and how this affects the way the role of accountants within businesses operate. You will need to have an understanding of essential management skills and on how an accountant can have a positive impact on the organisation
Audit and Assurance :
This is the course at the skills level of ACCA and deals with the topics of Audit and Assurance. It is a critical area that ensures that the financial reports by the company are accurate and paint the true picture. In respect to process audits, it ensures that the systems of the company are robust.
Financial Reporting :
F7 will help build your knowledge of accounting standards, and also develop your skills related to the application of theoretical frameworks to the preparation of financial statements. One will learn how to interpret these financial statements which will come to use in ones professional work.
Strategic Business Leadership:
This is an unseen case study worth 100 marks, which allows a reading time of 1 hour and exam writing time of 3 hours. All students of this compulsory paper must build skills that are used in the entire professional level, making them effective to tackle the challenges posed by this paper.
Advanced Performance Management:
Here you will be able to exercise your professional judgement in applying appropriate management accounting techniques. You will also be tested on how you are able to contribute to the evaluation of a specific organisation and its development.
Advanced Financial Management:
Here you will be able to explore your skills in relation to the financial management of different types of organisations. You will be tested on your ability to exercise professional judgement related to finance within a business. P4 is one of four Options papers. You need to complete two Options papers as part of the ACCA exam requirements.