ACCA Online Exams

​​ACCA offers computer-based exams for the first seven papers within the Foundations in Accountancy suite of awards.

The exams are conducted at centres which are licensed by ACCA.

Exams and Fees

Business and Technology (BT) - £160

Financial Accounting (FA) - £160

Corporate and Business Law (LW-ENG) - £185

Corporate and Business Law (LW-GLO) - £185

Management Accounting (MA) - £160

Recording Financial Transactions (FA1) - £110

Business and Technology (FBT) - £160

Financial Accounting (FFA) - £160

Maintaining Financial Records (FA2) - £110

Management Accounting (FMA) - £160

Management Information (MA1) - £110

Managing Costs and Finance (MA2) - £110


  • 10 January 2024

  • 7 February 2024

  • 6 March 2024

  • 17 April 2024

  • 1 May 2024

  • 5 June 2024

  • 3 July 2024

To enrol on a ACCA course at Cardiff Metropolitan University, please go to our Online Store or contact for more information regarding enrolment and payment methods.


Llandaff Campus, O Block, Room O1.19

If you intend sitting ACCA's CBEs you must, in the first instance, be registered with ACCA. The centre will require the following personal information from you as well as proof that you are a registered and eligible student:

  • your ACCA student registration number

  • date of birth (in day, month, year format)

  • full name and address

  • the qualification for which you are studying

  • email address

  • telephone number

  • gender

This information will be used only for the purposes of registering you as a student for the exams and informing ACCA of your exam results. The centre is required to inform you of the use of these personal details and the purpose for which the information will be used under the terms of the UK Data Protection Act.

You should also be aware that ACCA is entitled to provide such information to the centre as it requires to do so from time to time. ACCA shall do so solely for the purposes of the administration of the exams and such information may be passed to a centre in a country where no Data Protection Rights exist.

To prove you are registered and eligible to sit the requested CBEs, you will be required to provide your registration number, date of birth and contact details to the centre. You must also provide a valid, and official form of photographic identification, e.g. passport. Failure to provide an official form of photographic identification will mean you cannot be booked in for a CBE session.