Now that you have verified your eligibility for the program BSc in Applied Accounting, you should consider planning the timing for the research.

Based on the Information Pack for 2018 – 2019 submission periods 37 and 38, that represents that latest program manual, a student may submit their work once:

  • He or she is registered with Oxford Brookes University i.e. have met the English language requirement and have opted-in to the BSc degree scheme before passing any of the three ACCA Skills Level papers Financial Reporting (was F7), Audit and Assurance (was F8) and Financial Management (was F9).
  • has passed the three ACCA Skills Level papers Financial Reporting (was F7), Audit and Assurance (was F8) and Financial Management (was F9) and has passed, or gained exemption from, the other six papers at the Knowledge Level and Skills Level at least two months prior to the start of the submission period in which he/she is seeking to submit
  • completed the ACCA Ethics and Professional Skills module (or the previous Professional Ethics module) by the deadline.
  • He/she is within 10 years of the earliest of the date of the first ACCA examination pass, or the date of the first ACCA exemption being granted. Otherwise
    your eligibility will be withdrawn.
  • ACCA subscription fees are up-to-date. You cannot submit a RAP if your ACCA account is suspended.

For any questions or doubts about your eligibility, please contact ACCA at students@accaglobal.com.

 

You have a limited window of opportunity to submit your work and gain the degree, so make sure you plan your time wisely and have a backup plan on how to maximize your success.

Keep in mind you only have 3 chances of submitting your paper, so it is important to pick the right mentor to guide you, have a proper timeline, select a topic that gets you excited and keep a positive mindset.