ACCA has launched a new service which permits students to view their examination options, make their choices and then pay for them online. The service also creates an automatic record in real time without the need for intervention from ACCA staff.
Mark Protherough, ACCA’s head of student affairs, said: ‘This development will improve the speed and accuracy of examination entries and by reducing ACCA’s dependence on paper flow, will enable us to offer an even better service to students.’
This latest move is the second step in ACCA’s e-business development. Last year the body launched a global website and ten country sites for students to access a range of services.
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