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I have recently completed my ACCA papers and will opt for membership as I have experience of big 4. I can not pursue OBU as I had my papers exempted and I am not eligible. My question is can I pursue masters on the basis of ACCA member only. I don’t have any bachelors. And if yes are there any good universities which give paper exemption too.
There are a lot of Masters programs that offer ACCA but it really depends on where you are whether there are Masters programs suitable post-membership. In the UK, for example, you can find something around £8,750 (UK/EU)/ £13,550 (International).
For members in Hong Kong https://www.accaglobal.com/hk/en/member/membership/hong-kong-member-offers/special-offer-master-degrees-university-of-chester-uk.html. If you think it’s necessary to have a masters, you could try contacting your local ACCA office and asking for advice on any programs they would be recommend.
Since my post this morning, I just came across this https://www.accaglobal.com/gb/en/qualifications/glance/university-of-london-uol-msc-in-professional-accountancy/uol-msc-professional-accountancy-overview.html