From today, anyone wanting to register as a student for any of ACCA’s qualifications can do so over the internet.
The move follows the institute’s unveiling of facilities that allow members and students to change their personal details, pay fees and subscriptions and enter examinations online.
Mark Protherough, ACCA’s head of student affairs, said: ‘Students interested in any of the ACCA qualifications can get all the information they need from our website and then register and track the progress of their applications on line.
‘This development is another part of the move to make ACCA easy to do business with. It will improve global access to learning and professional qualifications’.
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