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Breaking through innovation, ACCA members and students' satisfaction reached a high record

Last year's award-winning ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) conducted the latest satisfaction survey, which showed that ACCA members and students' satisfaction reached a record high. Fake ACCA transcripts. According to the 2017-2018 Strategic Annual Survey, more than 80.7% of ACCA members and students expressed satisfaction or very satisfied with ACCA, an increase of 3.8% over the previous year. Employer satisfaction increased by 5.3%, as high as 91%, also hit a record high.

This year, ACCA continues to improve its performance on the global stage. As the scale continues to expand, ACCA now has 208,000 members and 503,000 students in 179 countries and territories around the world.

ACCA Chief Executive Officer Helen Brand OBE said: “2017-18 is a pioneering year for ACCA. Our membership has reached a real milestone. We have also created a mobile member memorial wall. To celebrate, the name of ACCA is over 200,000 members. As of now, this wall has been exhibited in ACCA markets around the world, including Ethiopia, Pakistan, Singapore, China and Malaysia. It will eventually arrive in Sydney, Australia, to meet The World Accountants Conference was held in November this year. ACCA will participate in the conference as a gold sponsor."

“The birth of these milestones is accompanied by major changes in the ACCA professional qualifications around the world. We launched a new computer-based model for the Foundation Phase Examination and successfully launched a groundbreaking ethics and professional skills module that was positive for both students and employers. Response. Based on these developments, I can be pleased to say that we have achieved record satisfaction."

"Looking forward to 2018-19 and the near future, I look forward to ACCA continuing to take advantage of the global network, maintain a vigorous development momentum, analyze the industry trends that shape the future, and effectively build the accounting industry that is needed globally."


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