The ACCA Africa Scholarship Scheme has been created to support the progression and career of academically excellent students in Africa, especially in these challenging times.
Application Deadline: 3rd December 2021
About the Award: The scheme is designed to motivate students to aim towards higher performance in their exams and support them to pass using our available resources.
Type: Undergraduate, Masters
Eligibility: To qualify for the ACCA Africa Scholarship Scheme, you must be an active student sitting for exams and score at least 75% in one of the last papers sat in the preceding exam session. This will commence from the December 2021 exams sitting. Scholarships will be available for each paper passed with the qualifying criteria.
Selection Criteria: To be entitled to the scholarship, you must score 75% in one paper in an exam sitting and must be prepared to sit for two papers to in upcoming exam sittings e.g. you must pass one paper with 75% score in March and enter to sit June or September.
Eligible Countries: African countries
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of ACCA Africa Award:
- Exam fees (at standard entry): Available as exam credit for the next exam. Exam must be sat within two upcoming sessions
- Free tuition: Worth a maximum of £200 at our any of Approved Learning Partners (Platinum or Gold), both online or face to face
- First year subscription fee: For affiliates who complete qualifying papers.
How to Apply:
1. Subscribe: To enter for the scholarship, you must first subscribe. Only students in Applied Skills and Strategic Professional levels are eligible to enter.
Subscribe to enter for scholarship
2. Book exams: If you haven’t already, you’d need to enter an exam to qualify for the scholarship. Book your next exam in the upcoming exam session.
3. Exam FAQs: Get answers to all your exam entry questions. You’ll need to sit for qualifying exam papers within two upcoming exam sessions.
- It is important to go through all application requirements in the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.
Visit Award Webpage for Details