ACCA Affiliate, Awards & Membership​

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is the global body for professional accountants. Being an ACCA student is the first step to being a qualifed ACCA member or the usage of “ACCA” letters after the student’s name. Read on to find out more of what are in becoming an ACCA qualified accountant.

Students who have passed their ACCA exams (14 papers) but have not yet qualified for membership are referred to as "Affiliates". This award certification is awarded by ACCA in UK. For more details, refer to Affiliate Information on

London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) does not issue award of any certification to students enrolled into our Preparatory Courses for ACCA.

Passing the ACCA exams is only part of what it takes to become a qualified accountant. To become a member, ACCA students will also need work experience and ACCA call it the practical experience requirement (PER). Find out more on what you need to do and how to get started here.

An ACCA student will become an ACCA member upon completion of their ACCA exams, obtained three (3) years’ practical experience and the Professional Ethics module. Once an ACCA student acquired an ACCA member, he or she is able to use the 'ACCA' letters after his or her name. Click here for more information on ACCA membership

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