Yes you are eligible to do MBA or any other Masters degree once you have completed your ACCA exams.
However, different universities give different exemptions to ACCA Students, as I recal I have read that University of Central Punjab offers 6 months MBA to ACCA passed students. Means one semester only!
The thing is you can do Masters in after ACCA and can ask from the university you are interested in for the exemptions they offer to ACCA students.
Hope this answers your concerns well. Thank you!
That is true Shaun , also very few universities globally accept Oxford brookes Bs Hon degree . So it becomes a problem that how can we do Masters from a good university as we are left with a very limited choice. There are few in Malaysia offering masters in finance on basis of Bs hons degree from oxford , but they require 3 years work experience atleast.
I am also confused by this point.Actually I have a friend who just got her offer from Birmingham using Oxford Brooks BSc Hon.She studied ACCA right after high school so I think maybe this is the info you need? But she told me she was rejected by one university...says it is not acceptable. I knew at least three people who has finished 14 of ACCA during their college and went to LSE for Master degree. Well, certainly they are excellent students in good universities in China.I am thinking about studying abroad, anyone get ideas about this? I mean like whether England schools are better because we are leaning ACCA? Thanks for sharing~
i need this information too