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I have a question regarding skill assessment from either CPA or ICAA. My question if I am a fully qualified ACCA member, i.e., I have completed all the ACCA papers and I have three years of highly relevant work experience, will that be sufficient to gain a positive skill assessment as I don't have a degree comparable to Australian Bachelors. I've heard that a full ACCA member suffice the 9 out of 12 core paper requirement plus the degree requirement as well. Is that true?


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Hello ashftc.


Your ACCA membership will be deemed to be equivalent to an Australian degree qualification:



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Hi Ashftc


Yes, as Alan says full ACCA membership is the equivalent of a Bachelor's Degree. ACCA alone was enough in its own right, without a degree, we had a positive skills assessment from the CPAA. Just make sure that if you have any exemptions in terms of the ACCA papers you have sat, that you get proof of passing those. My hubby had done some parts years before with CIMA and so was exempt when he sat ACCA, we had to then get an exam transcript from CIMA as well as ACCA.

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