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    Zenith Karki

    Will I get excemptions for ACCA papers if I join it after doing MBA (Sikkim Manipal affiliated college). This is my last semester and I really want to do ACCA course. how long will it take to complete after MBA and do I need to do any special trianings like internship in audit firms ? I am currently working in a development bank in loan section.


    Lina Thapa Magar

    Hi zenith, I am also doing ACCA (self study) after I completed MBA. You will get exemptions to some papers out of 14 total papers. To find about exemption, you can use this ACCA exemption search If you study well and pass papers in first attempt you can complete whole ACCA in about 3 years. (study+internship). And regarding the internship, you can work in any sector/industry in accounting role, that will be counted as your experience that is required to get ACCA membership. Experience in development bank will also count if you are working in accounting role. Official website of ACCA has everything about the experience ,you can check there as it is same for all countries including Nepal. And ACCA is really good course you can join it anytime and donot need any complex requirements.

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