Master Profesional en Gestión Fiscal y Contable en la Empresa
Advance your career prospects by combining the advanced business skills of an MBA with your ACCA qualification. Gaining ACCA accreditation allows you to join the ranks of one of the world´s largest accounting bodies, while attaining an MBA helps you stand out as a committed and skillful business leader.
Studying this dual programme means you can gain two respected professional qualifications for a greatly reduced price than compared to purchasing each programme separately. You will receive ACCA Live Tuition content as well as your MBA tuition, which focuses on case studies and developing real-world applicable skills.
In addition, when you book 12 to 14 ACCA papers you can choose to study for any two of our executive certificates (worth £650) in Business Management, Finance, or Marketing, absolutely free.
The online ACCA+MBA/MA programme is delivered by London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) via InterActive, meaning all of your studies can be completed 100% online, with complete flexibility and ease of access.
To commence your studies at the ACCA Knowledge level (papers F1-F3), you must have a minimum of two A Levels and 3 GCSEs in five separate subjects (including English and Mathematics), or equivalent qualifications. For students with higher education, please see below for details of any exemptions you may be eligible for.
Do you already have a degree?
If you have a recognised business and/or accounting degree, you may be eligible for ACCA exemption from some or all of the papers in the Knowledge (papers F1-F3) and Skills (papers F4-F9) levels. Please check with ACCA before enrolling to check which papers you should start from.
To be accepted onto the ACCA exam preparation programme you must provide:
• A completed application form
• ACCA registration number
• Transcript of passed ACCA exams (if applicable)
• CV/Resume (in English)
• Copy of passport
• Passport photo (jpeg format)
Please check with the ACCA before you enrol for full details of all exemptions.