Course Brief

The financial reporting syllabus assumes knowledge acquired in Paper F3, Financial Accounting, and develops and applies this further and in greater depth. The syllabus begins with the conceptual framework of accounting with reference to the qualitative characteristics of useful information and the fundamental bases of accounting introduced in the Paper F3 syllabus within the Knowledge module. It then moves into a detailed examination of the regulatory framework of accounting and how this informs the standard setting process. The main areas of the syllabus cover the reporting of financial information for single companies and for groups in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and relevant accounting standards. Finally, the syllabus covers the analysis and interpretation of information from financial reports. 

  • This course is offered in 70 hours

Course Content

  • A conceptual framework for financial reporting
  • A regulatory framework for financial reporting
  • Financial statements
  • Business combinations
  • Analysing and interpreting financial statements
  • The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

    The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) offers a professional qualification, which has been recognised and respected across the world for over 100 years. ACCA is currently the largest British accountancy body with over 180,000 members and 480,000 students in 181 countries.

    ACCA Full-Time Schedule (9 Month Semester)

  • The financial reporting syllabus assumes knowledge acquired in Paper F3, Financial Accounting, and develops and applies this further and in greater depth. The syllabus begins with the conceptual framework of accounting with reference to the qualitative characteristics of useful information and the fundamental bases of accounting introduced in the Paper F3 syllabus within the Knowledge module. It then moves into a detailed examination of the regulatory framework of accounting and how this informs the standard setting process. The main areas of the syllabus cover the reporting of financial information for single companies and for groups in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and relevant accounting standards. Finally, the syllabus covers the analysis and interpretation of information from financial reports.