In ACCA FMA Management Accounting (formerly F2) you will gain an in-depth understanding of management accounting techniques to support management in planning, controlling and monitoring performance in a variety of business contexts.
About the Lecturer
Anne Cooper has extensive industry experience covering over 20 years in both financial and management accounting roles for large multi-national organisation’s as well as a substantial background lecturing both ACCA and CIMA.
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Discounts on Multiple Course Bookings
We offer discounts on multiple course bookings; book one full course and get the 2nd half price, book two full courses and get a 75% discount on the 3rd, book three full courses and get the 4th free. If you are a repeat student, you can avail of a discounted rate; €450 for full F course, €690 for full P course (proof of recent exam sitting result is required).
In order to avail of discounts, subjects must be taken at the same sitting.
ACCA FMA Management Accounting Syllabus & Exam
The aim of ACCA FMA Management Accounting (formerly F2) is to o develop knowledge and understanding of management accounting techniques to support management in planning, controlling and monitoring performance in a variety of business contexts.
Objective of the Syllabus
- Explain the nature, source and purpose of management information
- Explain and apply cost accounting techniques
- Prepare budgets for planning and control
- Compare actual costs with standard costs and analyse any variances
- Explain and apply performance measurements and monitor business performance.
The syllabus is assessed by a two hour paper-based or computer-based examination. Questions will assess all parts of the syllabus and will test knowledge and some comprehension or application of this knowledge. The examination will consist of two sections. Section A will contain 35 two mark objective questions. Section B will contain 3 ten mark multi-task questions each of which will examine Budgeting, Standard costing and Performance measurement sections of the syllabus.
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