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Accountancy Body

The institution responsible for setting the syllabus and exams. Such as the ACCA, the AAT, the ICAEW, the CIOT and the CIMA.

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Qualification

Set by the Accountancy Body, the qualification will consist of a series of exams and other requirements, such as relevant work experience, that you must comp...

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Level

Many qualifications are split into different levels, that you must progress through. For ACCA there are 3 levels from September 2018: Applied Knowledge, Appl...

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Subject

The individual exam within a level. For example AAT ‘AVBK’, ACCA ‘F9’, CIMA ‘E1’. A number of subjects make up a level.  Historically known as a ‘paper’.

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Study method

The way in which you choose to study ie. Classroom, Live Online, OnDemand, Distance Learning, Book-buyer.

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Study method location

Only the Classroom study method has a location - this relates to our classroom centres e.g. Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester

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Study method material type

For Distance Learning courses, you can choose to access online content (via MyKaplan) and printed materials, or just the online content. Some material types...

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Course type

Refers to different elements of a course that can also make up a complete package e.g. Tuition, Revision, Question Based Days for ACCA, Technical Knowledge, ...

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Study option

When you'll be studying on a scheduled course e.g. weekend, evening, weekday, morning, afternoon.  Will be combined with ‘course type’ to give a full c...

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Scheduled course

Refers to Classroom or Live Online courses when there are fixed teaching dates you should attend.

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