Malvern ACCA Global Exchange Programme

ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the world’s leading body for professional accountants, with over 110 years of experience, innovation and excellence. ACCA is the global body for professional accountants with over 711,000 members and students in 179 countries. It holds joint membership of other international accountancy bodies and its qualifications are recognised by key regulatory and education authorities around the world.

The ACCA qualification is a passport to a new world of opportunity – once you become a member, the learning process continues throughout your career. The range of educational opportunities includes a degree qualification, plans for a specifically tailored MSc and a constantly updated range of courses in all areas of finance and management.

As part of Malvern International’s mission to provide students opportunities in their journey to success, it offers a student exchange programme which allows ACCA students to study for one semester in Malvern’s other campuses for free. The aim of the exchange is to allow students to expose to a new country, market, and environment and enable them to learn about globalisation and different cultures.

To qualify, students need to study ACCA for at least one semester and have completed 3 papers in any of Malvern campuses. Students will then be able to choose to do one semester in any other Malvern’s campus (London, Singapore, Malaysia).

Malvern ACCA Global exchange programme Tuition Fee $0 | S$200 registration fee to the host campus
Terms and conditions:
1. Studied ACCA for minimum of one semester in any of Malvern campuses since January 2019
2. Complete 3 papers
3. Host campus must be different to the original campus of studies
4. Subject to availability of space
5. Subject to the papers being offered
6. Subject to visa approval
7. Maximum 3 papers and one Semester is offered through the exchange programme
8. Malaysia: only revision classes are offered

Malvern’s ACCA Programmes

Singapore: Whu Wan Lin, +65 6733 5730
Malaysia: Gobinath Nadarajan, + 603 2032 3001 | +6012-239 3708
London: Mo Dehnoo, +44 (0)20 7520 0470
Indonesia: Tyas Kanti,