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How to register with ACCA

It's simple to register with ACCA. You can request a registration pack from or contact us and we will send you an ACCA registration form.

You can also register on-line at

After you have completed the ACCA Declaration Sheet online, print it out and enclose it with appropriate supporting documentation (proof of qualifications etc)

Return it to the ACCA UK Office in Glasgow.

You will be allocated a unique reference number by e-mail. Please keep a note of this reference number as you can use it to track your application on the web.

Documents required for registration with ACCA

When you have completed the form send it with appropriate supporting documentation:

  • a passport sized photograph
  • copy of birth certificate or pages from your passport showing your personal details
  • copy of marriage certificate if your name has changed
  • copies of previous school certificates, diplomas, degrees, qualifications issued by awarding body e.g. University Diploma
  • official translation where documents are not in English
  • registration payment

When you have completed the form send it with supporting documentation to:

2 Central Quay
89 Hydepark Street
Glasgow G3 8BW

When to register?

Registration can take place at any time, but remember that if you wish to take part in specific examination sessions, the following deadlines apply:

Examination session Closing date for registration:
31 December (of preceding year)
15 August (the same year)

In order to benefit from ACCA's global support network including a monthly Newsletter, fees will be required during your ACCA studies and membership.

Initial registration
Annual Subscription
Examination/Exemption Fees (per paper):
Knowledge level £57
Skills level £72
Professional level £84

Claim Exemptions

Your previous qualifications may entitle you to exemptions from certain ACCA examinations. This will ensure that your point of entry is the most suitable for your level of knowledge and skills and will prevent you repeating areas with which you are already familiar.

Exemption is awarded on the basis of qualifications which contain relevant content to ACCA papers at the "knowledge" and "skills" levels. No exemptions are awarded at "essentials" and "options" levels.

To find out more about Exemptions click here

The degree level exemptions that are listed apply to students who have studied at the awarding institution for at least the second and final years of their qualification.

Register on courses

After you have registered with ACCA and received a Student Information Pack you may register on our courses.

Please note that registration with ACCA is separate from registration on the courses.

Registration on courses is not compulsory. However, it helps with your studies.