ACCA Diploma in Accounting & Business
Join the world's fastest-growing professional accountancy body
Griffith College is a platinum provider of ACCA, with annual quality assurance visits ensuring our course meets the highest standards for our students.
- A flexible, one-year course, offered as part of the ACCA Foundations in Accountancy Suite.
- A stand-alone course but also a ‘stepping stone’ to the full ACCA qualification. Available in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.
- Have access to a range of flexible study modes meaning you can plan your ACCA course around your personal and work lifestyle.
- Develop international-class accountancy skills with the world’s largest and fastest-growing professional accountancy body.
- Obtain unparalleled tuition with the option of progressing onto the ACCA Professional Qualification.
- Earn a certificate equivalent to a Level 6 Award on the NFQ.
The next intake for ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business will commence in August 2023 for exams in December 2023
What Our Students And Alumni Say
Past and current students have shared their experiences of studying their accountancy courses at Griffith College as well as the positive impact it had on them.
Paula, I would like to thank you for your absolute dedication to teaching and for your availability to answer questions, all on your own time. I found the WhatsApp group very helpful. I have never had a lecturer that showed such generosity in helping their students, it's phenomenal. My 85% was all down to how prepared I was for the exam and that’s down to you as a lecturer.
As a mature student with a young family, Griffith College has proven to be an excellent choice in helping to achieve my goals, leading to passing six exams in the first year. The e-Learning option is excellent, the live lectures are well structured and all relevant study material is received in a timely manner. Tutors are always approachable and on hand to answer any queries and information is very clear. I would recommend Griffith College as a study provider for the ACCA qualification.
Through Griffith's high quality and flexible courses, I was able to prepare for the ACCA exams while working full time and studying online. The lecturers give all the support I would expect if attending a class while having the lecture videos meant I could work around a busy schedule. With a strong focus on exam question practice and time management, Griffith lecturers really prepare students for exam conditions.
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How to Apply
New and existing students should click on 'Apply Now' above.
New Griffith Professional Accountancy students:
Please click the 'Apply Now' button above and choose 'I am a new Griffith Student' and enter your details. We will then respond with further online registration details.
Registered Griffith Professional Accountancy students:
Please click the 'Apply Now' button above and choose 'I am an existing Griffith Student' you can then log in to your myGriffith account.
- All previously registered Griffith Professional Accountancy ACCA students will be contacted via email with details of our online registration process.
- Registration is via myGriffith, using your Griffith Professional Accountancy student number and date of birth in the format of dd/mm/yyyy.
- Payment options and relevant forms are also available to download when registering online.
- Sponsored students will need to complete the Sponsorship Form.
- Instalment payment plan available during registration.
The ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business is a stand-alone course but is also a ‘stepping stone’ to the full ACCA qualification.
On completion of the ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business via the Foundations in Accountancy route students have the option to transfer to the ACCA Professional Qualification.
As an introductory qualification in accounting and finance, the ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business is a good basis for both new accountants and those already working in accounts support roles to progress in the accountancy sector.