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FEES

The annual subscription fee is due and payable on 1 January each year you wish to remain an active student. Remember you can pay your fees online at myACCA . Students who fail to pay fees when due, will have their names removed from the ACCA register. Students wishing to re-register are now required to submit any amounts unpaid at the time of their removal in addition to the re-registration fee. Confirmation of your unpaid fees can be obtained from your national ACCA office or ACCA Connect. Additional fees may apply to register with the relevant Joint Examination Scheme partner - details of which can be can be found in the related documents section. The following fees and subscriptions apply with immediate effect:

ACCA Qualification student Initial Registration Subscription Re-registration fee Exam level 72 72 72, in addition to any amounts unpaid at the time of resignation/removal. Exam entry period Knowledge F1, F2 and F3 Early Standard Late Skills F4, F5, F6, F7, F8 and F9 Professional P1, P2 and P3 (and any two from P4, P5, P6 and P7) Early Standard Late Early Standard Late December 2011 exam fee (per exam) 55 61 183 69 76 198 81 89 211 June 2012 exam fee (per exam) 55 64 192 69 80 208 81 94 222

Early and late fees apply to online exam entry only.


Remember! Don't forget to pay your fees on time. Dates by which fees and subscriptions must be paid and arrangements for payment are included in your Student Handbook. Exemption fees will be charged at the early exam entry fee. Affiliate subscription fee Your first annual affiliate or member payment needs to be made by 1 January following the date on which you received your final exam results. Affiliates are entitled to pay a reduced affiliate subscription for up to three years.

Affiliate fees Subscription Permanent subscription Re-instatement 99 193 46

Admission to membership fee Affiliates, on being admitted to membership, are required to make a one-off payment for admission to membership. This fee covers the administration involved in assessing membership applications and is totally separate from the subscription fee.

Annual subscription fee Member Member (reduced rate) Admission to membership fee Payable on successful admittance to membership
How to pay fees Payment can be made online by credit or debit card by logging on tomyACCA . Payment can also be made by: Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Switch and Solo Sterling cheque valid in the UK Sterling bank drafts drawn on a UK bank crossed British Postal Orders. Charges arising from other methods of payment - for example, Sterling cheques drawn by banks outside the UK - will need to be added to the payment. In countries where foreign exchange controls are in force, affiliates are recommended to present payment notifications to their banks well in advance of the due date for payment. Where payment is likely to be delayed by exchange controls, proof of local payment should be forwarded to ACCA. If you are submitting your payment by cheque, bank draft or British Postal Order, you must ensure that your ACCA registration number quoted on the back as a reference. Affiliates with a UK bank account Direct Debit payment is available to affiliates with UK bank accounts. To pay by this method, affiliates should complete and return the Direct Debit Mandate.

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Affiliates with Internet or telephone-based UK bank accounts can make payment directly to ACCA's account at: Barclays Bank Account Number: 40779938 Sort Code: 20-33-70 If you use this method, you must quote your ACCA registration number as a reference. This account must not be used, in any circumstances, for over-the-counter payments, such as Bank Giro Credits or other forms of payment. Back to top