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Is a graduate degree compulsory to get into an MBA after ACCA?

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Is a graduate degree compulsory to get into an MBA after ACCA?

I'm currently two papers away from gaining ACCA membership. I have no bachelor's degree and was not eligible for Oxford Brookes degree.

I'm planning to take up MBA after Acca membership, but have read that most MBA colleges require graduation for enrollment.

Isn't ACCA itself considered a post graduation? Why don't MBA colleges accept it?
I'm confused. Any input will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks guys!

August 14th 2020 AN ACCA USER

Retagged August 14th 2020

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Personally I don’t think having an ACCA qualification is a replacement for a graduate or undergraduate degree course. So it’s best you consult the school you intend to enroll in for entry requirements advice. Most schools only have exemptions arrangement with ACCA. However, I wish you the best of luck friend.

August 16th 2020 AN ACCA USER
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