ACCA – FD (Foundation Diploma)
IBL Pakistan is one of the best institute in Pakistan offering Foundation Diploma in accounting Pakistan.
If you don’t have these entry requirements, you can start your career in accountancy with ACCA with our Foundation Diploma – which is essentially the first seven exams of Foundations in Accountancy.
If you have three O Levels, Matriculation or Intermediate then you can start your journey towards ACCA membership with our Foundation Diploma. It’s the perfect place to begin if you are starting out in as you will be starting at the right level to suit your ability.
After you complete the Foundation Diploma (the first seven exams of Foundations in Accountancy) you can transfer onto the ACCA Qualification. You can claim exemption from the first three exams (F1, F2, and F3) because you will have already passed them at the diploma level. You can then continue your journey with us on the ACCA Qualification.
FIVE GREAT REASONS TO CHOOSE THE FOUNDATION DIPLOMA
- Fast-track to the ACCA Qualification
The Foundation level is the best preparation for the ACCA Qualification if you don’t have any other qualifications or experience. So if your ultimate goal is the ACCA Qualification, then starting with the Foundation Diploma will give you essential knowledge to help you pass. You will be automatically transferred onto the ACCA Qualification, free of charge, and given exemptions from the first three exams when you complete the Foundation Diploma.
- Starting out at the right level
You could start the Foundation Diploma after completing O’ Levels, Matriculation or Intermediate if you are based in Pakistan. These qualifications will give you a good basis from which to start your Foundation Diploma studies
- Earn more money
ACCA’s Foundation Diploma is your first step to becoming a professional accountant. You’ll get a better job and be paid more if you have a qualification in a profession that is in demand (like Accountancy). ACCA’s Students and affiliates salary and career survey 2012 reported that ACCA students and affiliates around the world frequently earn salaries that exceed the national average across professions, and they expect their salaries to increase as they progress through their studies. Qualifications awarded by ACCA are recognized, respected and in demand by all sorts of employers around the world.
- Fast and flexible
With computer-based exams available throughout the year and paper exams twice a year, you could complete the entire Foundation Diploma and be registered as an ACCA student in less than 12 months. And there’s no time limit on completing the exams so you really can fit studying around your work and personal life.
You pay for your exams fees and tuition at each level as you go along, so there are no big upfront costs. The Foundation Diploma is a lower cost alternative to studying at University, and you can study and work at the same time. You will be transferred free of charge onto the ACCA Qualification once you’ve completed it, with free exemptions for F1, F2, and F3.
The new ACCA Foundation Diploma consists of seven exams and the Foundations in Professionalism online module:
FA1 – Recording Financial Transactions
MA1 – Management Information
FA2 – Maintaining Financial Records
MA2 – Managing Costs and Finance
FAB – Accountant in Business
FMA – Managment Accounting
FFA – Financial Accounting
To gain the Foundation Diploma and be eligible for the ACCA Qualification you must pass all seven exams and complete the Foundations in Professionalism online module. The knowledge gained by completing FA1 and MA1, then FA2 and MA2 will give you the essential knowledge you need to pass FAB, FMA, and FFA. Therefore, ACCA strongly recommends students take FA1 and MA1 before moving onto FA2 and MA2, and finally to FAB, FMA, and FFA. Having the right building blocks in place will ensure you have every chance of success in the Foundation Diploma and in at the ACCA Qualification if you choose to continue your studies.
Once you have completed the Foundation Diploma, you will be automatically transferred to the ACCA Qualification and given exemption from the first three exams (F1, F2, and F3).