JANUARY 2015 STUDENT KAPLAN LEARNING INSTITUTE PTE LTD - Kaplan Singapore

 
STUDENT
                                                HANDBOOK

                                                JANUARY 2015

   KAPLAN LEARNING INSTITUTE PTE LTD
1 Selegie Road, #06-01 PoMo, Singapore 188306
  Tel: 6733 1877 Website: www.kaplan.com.sg
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1      MESSAGE BY VICE PRESIDENT .................................................................................. 1

ABOUT KAPLAN
2.     WELCOME TO KAPLAN LEARNING INSTITUTE ........................................................... 2

3.     ABOUT KAPLAN FINANCIAL .......................................................................................... 2

4.     ACCREDITATIONS .......................................................................................................... 2

VISION, MISSION, CORE VALUES AND CULTURE
5.     VISION ............................................................................................................................. 3

6.     MISSION .......................................................................................................................... 3

7.     CORE VALUES AND CULTURE ..................................................................................... 3

ACCA & FIA
8.     ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................ 4

9.     INITIAL REGISTRATION / ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION FEES ........................................... 5

10.    MEMBERSHIP SUBMISSION PROCEDURES ................................................................. 5

11.    EXAMINATION / COURSE STRUCTURE ........................................................................ 5

12.    VARIANT PAPERS IN LAW & TAXATION ........................................................................ 7

13.    EXEMPTION .................................................................................................................... 7

14.    WRITTEN BASED EXAMINATION .................................................................................. 7

15.    EXAM ATTENDANCE DOCKET ...................................................................................... 8

16.    EXAM RESULTS ............................................................................................................. 8

17.    EXAMINATION TIME TABLE (WRITTEN BASED) .......................................................... 9

18.    COMPUTER-BASED EXAMINATIONS (CBE) ................................................................. 9

19.    COURSE MATERIALS .................................................................................................. 10

20.    PURCHASE OF COURSE MATERIALS ........................................................................ 10

21.    LECTURE NOTES ......................................................................................................... 11

22.    HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS ....................................................................................... 11

23.    MOCK EXAMINATIONS ................................................................................................ 11

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24.   LESSONS MISSED ....................................................................................................... 11

25.   ELEARNING PORTAL WEB PAGE ............................................................................... 11

26.   ACCA UK CONNECT & CONTACT INFORMATION ..................................................... 12

27.   ACCA SINGAPORE OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION .............................................. 12

28.   NTUC (UTAP-WTS) CONTACT INFORMATION ........................................................... 12

29.   NTUC LEARNING HUB (CBE) CONTACT INFORMATION ........................................... 12

30.   SDF CONTACT INFORMATION .................................................................................... 12

CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYST (CFA)

31.   ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................. 13

32.   PROGRAM ENROLMENT / EXAM BOOKING ................................................................ 13

33.   PROCESSING PERIOD.................................................................................................. 13

34.   EXAMINATIONS ............................................................................................................. 14

35.   POLICY CHANGES ...................................................................................................... 14

36.   STUDY OPTIONS .......................................................................................................... 14

37.   COURSE MATERIALS .................................................................................................. 14

38.   ELEARNING PORTAL WEB PAGE ............................................................................... 14

39.   CALCULATOR ............................................................................................................... 15

40.   CFA INSTITUTE CONTACT INFORMATION.................................................................. 15

CPA AUSTRALIA

41.   ENTRY REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................. 16

42.   PROGRAM ENROLMENT / EXAMINATION REGISTRATION........................................ 16

43.   EXAMINATIONS ............................................................................................................. 16

44.   STUDY OPTIONS ........................................................................................................... 17

45.   CPA AUSTRALIA CONTACT INFORMATION ................................................................ 17

OXFORD BROOKES DEGREE PROGRAMME (OBU)

46.   ADMISSION & ELIGIBILITY ........................................................................................... 18

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47.    EXEMPTIONS ............................................................................................................... 18

48.    RESEARCH & ANALYSIS PROJECT (RAP) ................................................................. 19

49.    DETERMINATION OF CLASS OF DEGREE ................................................................. 19

50.    SUBMISSION PROCEDURE ......................................................................................... 19

51.    OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY CONTACT INFORMATION ................................... 20

FOUNDATION PROGRAMME FOR SINGAPORE QP (SINGAPORE QP)

52.    ENTRY REQUIRMENTS INTO SINGAPORE QP ........................................................ ...21

53.    SINGAPORE ACCOUNTANCY COMMISSION (SAC) CONTACT INFORMATION .... ...22

54.    FOUNDATION PROGRAMME ........................................................................................ 22

55.    EXEMPTION PROCESS ................................................................................................ 24

56.    PROGRAMMES FOR SINGAPORE QP OFFERED BY KAPLAN ................................... 25

57.    FULL TUITION PROGRAMME – ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION ..................................... 25

58.    EXAM FORMAT .............................................................................................................. 26

59.    EXAM MATTERS – GENERAL ....................................................................................... 26

60.    EXAM RULES AND REGULATIONS – BEFORE EXAM COMMENCEMENT ................. 27

61.    EXAM RULES AND REGULATIONS – DURING THE EXAMINATION ........................... 27

62.    PLAGIARISM AND EXAMINATION MISCONDUCT ....................................................... 28

63.    GRADING SYSTEM AND STANDARDS ........................................................................ 30

64.    RE-EXAMINATION POLICY ........................................................................................... 30

65.    APPEAL PROCESS........................................................................................................ 31

66.    DEFERMENT POLICY .................................................................................................... 32

67.    AWARD OF CERTIFICATE ............................................................................................ 32

68.    CERTIFICATE REPRINT ................................................................................................ 32

69.    ATTENDANCE ................................................................................................................ 33

70.    PROGRAMME COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS .......................................................... 33

71.    LESSONS MISSED …………………………………………………………………………….. 33

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72.   LECTURE NOTES ………………………………………………………………………………33

73.   ELEARNING PORTAL WEB PAGE ………………………………………………………….. 33

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

74.   OPERATING HOURS ..................................................................................................... 34

75.   ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT MODE .......................................................................... 34

76.   KAPLAN STUDENT ACCESS CARD (SAC) ................................................................... 34

77.   KAPLAN MATERIAL COLLECTION CARD .................................................................... 34

78.   UPDATE OF STUDENT’S PARTICULARS .................................................................... 34

79.   INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PASS HOLDERS ............................................................. 35

80.   CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY .......................................................................................... 36

81.   COURSE EVALUATION ................................................................................................. 36

82.   ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY .......................................... 37

83.   ATTENDANCE TAKING AND MONITORING ................................................................. 38

84.   LEAVE OF ABSENCE .................................................................................................... 39

85.   PROGRESS REPORT ................................................................................................... 40

TRANSFER / WITHDRAWAL & REFUND POLICY

86.   REFUND PROCESS ....................................................................................................... 41

87.   REFUND POLICY ........................................................................................................... 41

88.   COOLING-OFF PERIOD................................................................................................. 42

89.   CREDIT NOTE REFUND ................................................................................................ 43

90.   WITHDRAWAL & REFUND PROCEDURE ..................................................................... 43

91.   TRANSFER / WITHDRAWAL POLICY............................................................................ 44

92.   TRANSFER POLICY....................................................................................................... 44

93.   TRANSFER OF CLASS .................................................................................................. 44

94.   WITHDRAWAL POLICY.................................................................................................. 44

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EDUTRUST CERTIFICATION

95.    COUNCIL FOR PRIVATE EDUCATION (CPE) ............................................................... 45

96.    CPE STUDENT SERVICES CENTRE ............................................................................ 45

97.    STUDENT CONTRACT .................................................................................................. 46

98.    FEE PROTECTION SCHEME (FPS) .............................................................................. 46

99.    MEDICAL INSURANCE .................................................................................................. 47

STUDENTS’ SUPPORT AND SERVICES

100.   ORIENTATION PROGRAMME ....................................................................................... 48

101.   INDUCTION SESSION ................................................................................................... 48

102.   REFERENCE LIBRARY .................................................................................................. 48

103.   CLASSROOMS ............................................................................................................... 49

104.   STUDY ROOMS AND STUDENTS’ LOUNGE ................................................................ 49

105.   MATERIAL ROOM .......................................................................................................... 50

106.   SCHOOL NOTICE BORAD ............................................................................................ 50

107.   PARKING FACILITIES ................................................................................................... 51

108.   WATER DISPENSERS .................................................................................................. 51

109.   KAPLAN WEBSITE ........................................................................................................ 51

110.   WIRELESS INTERNET CONNECTION ......................................................................... 51

111.   DISCOUNT & FUNDING SCHEME ................................................................................ 51

112.   SCHOLARSHIP ............................................................................................................. 52

113.   ACCS INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME (AIP) ...................................................................... 52

114.   COUNSELLING SERVICES …..................……………………………………………………53

115.   STUDENT ACTIVITIES .................................................................................................. 53

116.   GRADUATE SERVICES ................................................................................................. 53

117.   ALUMNI RELATIONS ..................................................................................................... 53

118.   CAREER SERVICES ...................................................................................................... 54

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119.   PUBLIC CRISIS HELPLINES .......................................................................................... 54

DISCIPLINARY MATTERS

120.   STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT .................................................................................. 56

121.   ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS POLICY ................................................................ 57

122.   DISCIPLINARY RULES AND REGULATIONS ............................................................... 58

123.   ICA REGULATIONS ...................................................................................................... 59

124.   CONDUCT OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL ............................................................................. 59

DISPUTE AND GRIEVANCE RESOLUTION PROCESS

125.   DISPUTE AND GRIEVANCE RESOLUTION PROCESS ............................................... 60

COPYRIGHT ACT

126.    COPYRIGHT ACT – IMPORTANT INFORMATION ...................................................... 62

APPENDICES

APPENDIX 1 : COURSE WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND FORM

APPENDIX 2 : COURSE TRANSFER FORM

APPENDIX 3 : STUDENT LEAVE APPLICATION FORM

APPENDIX 4 : STUDENT FEEDBACK FORM

APPENDIX 5 : UPDATE OF ADDRESS FORM

APPENDIX 6 : CANCELLATION OF STUDENT’S PASS FORM

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MESSAGE BY VICE PRESIDENT

       1. MESSAGE BY VICE PRESIDENT

       Welcome to Kaplan Learning Institute (KLI).

       This handbook has been specially prepared by our Program Management Team as a source
       of reference on KLI key policies and procedures as well as the organisation and support that
       is available. We recommend that you read this handbook before embarking on your program
       with us. Any necessary changes will be brought to your attention by our Program
       Management Team.

       Each year, KLI inspires thousands of students to join us for their quest for professional
       qualifications. These students are met by a team of knowledgeable, confident, caring,
       responsible and efficient staff who forms the backbone of our Program Management Team.

       Throughout your stay with us, we welcome your sincere feedback to help us improve
       ourselves. You will also observe that in our quest to be the leading education provider, we are
       constantly upgrading and improving our services and facilities to ensure our students have the
       most conducive studying environment.

       We are confident that our students will receive a well rounded education with a strong support
       network from our Program Management Team, excellent campus infrastructure as well as a
       dedicated team of Lecturers. We are very excited for you to join us as we build your success
       story together.

       I wish you great success and enjoy your studies with Kaplan Learning Institute.

       Rhys Johnson
       Vice President
       Teaching, Learning & Student Support
       Kaplan Singapore

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ABOUT KAPLAN

    2.     WELCOME TO KAPLAN LEARNING INSTITUTE

    Kaplan Learning Institute is part of Kaplan Inc., a leading international provider of educational
    and career services for individuals, schools and businesses. Kaplan serves students of all
    ages through a wide array of offerings including higher education, test preparation and
    professional training.

    Kaplan Inc. is the largest subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company, a diversified education
    and media company whose principal operations include educational services, television
    broadcasting, cable television systems, and online, print and local TV news.

    3.     ABOUT KAPLAN FINANCIAL

    Kaplan Financial, a department of Kaplan Learning Institute (KLI), prepares over 30,000
    students a year for professional accountancy exams through a total of 28 training centres
    around the UK and Asia; and all centres have been awarded gold and platinum accreditation
    under the Approved Learning Partner - Student Tuition in recognition of the quality of tuition
    provision for ACCA students.

    Kaplan Financial is widely recognised as providing quality professional financial/accounting
    courses based on the full understanding of students' needs. Our dedicated and highly skilled
    lecturers have a track record of ensuring outstanding pass rates. We constantly update our
    course materials to reflect the latest changes in the syllabus, legislation and other professional
    announcements. Students come to Kaplan because they know they will get the highest level
    of commitment and personalised service both in and out of the classrooms.

    In 2009, Kaplan Financial has put in place some mandatory requirements which include Fee
    Protection Scheme (FPS) and Medical Insurance Coverage under the EduTrust Certification
    Scheme regulated by the Council of Private Education, by way of insurance coverage for all
    full-time and part-time students. Through FPS, students can rest assured that their financial
    interests will be fully safe-guarded by a team of fair and impartial third party insurers.

    4.     ACCREDITATIONS

    Kaplan Learning Institute is registered as a Private Education Institution with the Council for
    Private Education (CPE) under the Enhanced Registration Framework. We have been
    awarded the 4-Year EduTrust Certification in July 2011, having met the EduTrust certification
    requirements.

    We have been awarded Platinum status for ACCA’s Approved Learning Partner. The Platinum
    status is only awarded to institutions that have achieved ACCA’s defined standards of learning
    facilities, outstanding student support and pass rates that consistently meet or exceed the
    ACCA global pass rate.

    We have been voted #1 in JobsCentral Learning Survey in the Category of Preferred Private
    Education Institution to pursue Professional Certification, Short Term Courses and
    Workshops. We are also the Top 3 best Private School in AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards.

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VISION, MISSION, CORE VALUES AND CULTURE

       5.     VISION

       To be the private education institution of choice.

       6.     MISSION

       Kaplan Singapore helps individuals achieve their educational and career goals.       Kaplan
       Singapore builds futures, one success story at a time.

       7.     CORE VALUES AND CULTURE

       Our core values define our company culture and provide the framework for what Kaplan
       Singapore delivers to our customers and employees each day.

       Integrity
       Kaplan Singapore places being ethical above all else because doing things right is the only
       path to long-term growth. Our ethics and integrity must be irreproachable.

       Knowledge
       Kaplan Singapore always strives to learn more and to use that knowledge for the benefit of
       our students, colleagues, employees and community.

       Support
       Kaplan Singapore provides a supportive environment for our students, employees and
       community. Everything we do is designed to support our students’ success.

       Opportunity
       Kaplan Singapore will continually look for new and better ways to create opportunities – for
       our students, employees and communities. This is fundamental to our mission: We build
       futures one success story at a time.

       Results
       Kaplan Singapore succeeds when our students succeed. We gauge our success by how well
       our students meet their measurable goals.

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ACCA & FIA

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Certified Accounting Technician
(CAT) and Foundations In Accountancy (FIA) Qualifications develop accounting knowledge and
skills as well as professional values.

      8.         ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

      ƒ    ACCA
      a)         Minimum 18 years old
      b)         2 GCE 'A' Levels and 3 GCE 'O' Levels in including English and Mathematics
      c)         3 LCCI Higher Level passes (individual passes or diploma) and 2 LCCI Intermediate
                 Level passes in Book-keeping and English for Business with 2 GCE ‘O’ Level credits in
                 English and Mathematics. All five subjects must be distinct (different) subjects.
      d)         Polytechnic Diplomas or recognized University Degrees in Singapore
      e)         ACCA Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification
      f)         FIA Diploma In Accounting & Business
      g)         ITE Higher NITEC Certificate in Business Studies – Accounting
      l)         All other local qualifications not listed above and overseas qualifications may be
                 assessed under PER (with or without exemptions). Students are advised to check with
                 ACCA UK before embarking on courses prior to confirmation of membership.

      ƒ    FIA
      Introductory / Intermediate Certificate
      a)         Minimum 16 years old
      b)         You should have IELTS 4.5 or pass in English language at GCE ‘N’ levels or its
                 equivalent.
                 There is no requirement to complete the Introductory Certificate in Financial and
                 Management Accounting or the Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management
                 Accounting prior to completing the Diploma in Accounting and Business, although you
                 are strongly recommended to do so.

      Diploma in Accounting and Business
      a)         Minimum 16 year old
      b)         You should preferably have GCE ‘O’ levels or equivalent and possess IELTS 5.5 or a
                 pass in GCE ‘O’ levels English or its equivalent.
      c)         Mature Student Entry – over 21 years old with minimum of 1 year working experience
      d)         Completion of Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting will
                 be accepted as fulfilling minimum entry requirement.

      e)         When students have completed FAB, FMA and FFA, they will claim exemption from
                 the F1, F2 and F3 of the ACCA Qualification and will start at the Skills module exams.
                 For a more comprehensive list of entry requirements and detailed syllabus, please visit
                 the ACCA web site at http://www.accaglobal.com/en/qualifications/.html

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       9.      INITIAL REGISTRATION / ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION FEES
       All ACCA and FIA students must register themselves as ACCA student members online via
       www.accaglobal.com/applynow to be eligible to sit for the ACCA/FIA examinations. No paper
       form registration will be accepted.
                                                   ACCA                  FIA

                Registration fee                    £79                  £79
                Annual Subscription fee
                                                    £83                  £83
                (Due every 1st January)
                                                 £79 + any           £79 + any
                Re-Registration and
                                              outstanding fees    outstanding fees
                Penalty Fees
                                                    owed                owed
               ACCA reserves the right to amend the above fees without prior notice.
       Students have to pay annual subscription fees to ACCA, which are due in January of each
       year.

       10.     MEMBERSHIP SUBMISSION PROCEDURES
       All applications for ACCA memberships must be made online. It will take about 10 minutes to
       complete the online application. Students will have to upload all supporting documents online
       and also pay online with debit/credit card.

       The closing dates for membership registration are based on the early, standard and late exam
       entry dates as follows:
       June Exams
       8 March                        Early Exam Entry
       9 March - 8 April              Standard Exam Entry
       9 April - 8 May                Late Exam Entry
       December Exams
       8 September                    Early Exam Entry
       9 September – 8 October        Standard Exam Entry
       9 October – 8 November         Late Exam Entry

       Students are encouraged to register 3 weeks prior the deadline set by ACCA. ACCA will not
       be liable for any late entries received after the stipulated deadline set.
       ACCA will take about 15 working days to process applications. You will receive a unique
       ACCA Number to have access to MyACCA where you will register for your exams online.
       There will be no refund should you withdraw your student registration application after
       submission.
       Please note that ACCA Membership Registration is solely the responsibility of the
       student.

       11.     EXAMINATION / COURSE STRUCTURE

       ƒ     ACCA

      Students are expected to study each module - Knowledge, Skills, Essential and Options - in
      order. Papers may be attempted from different modules at the same sitting as long as the
      modules are attempted in order. Students may vary the order they attempt exams within each
      module but they may not vary the order of the modules. It is recommended that papers within
      a module are taken in order.
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     FUNDAMENTAL (9 papers in total)
     Knowledge Module
     Paper F1    - Accountant in Business
     Paper F2    - Management Accounting
     Paper F3    - Financial Accounting

     Skills Module
     Paper F4○        -   Corporate and Business Law
     Paper F5         -   Performance Management
     Paper F6○        -   Taxation
     Paper F7         -   Financial Reporting
     Paper F8         -   Audit and Assurance
     Paper F9         -   Financial Management

     PROFESSIONAL (5 papers in total)
     Essentials Module
     Paper P1      - Governance, Risk and Ethics
     Paper P2      - Corporate Reporting
     Paper P3      - Business Analysis

     Options Module (2 out of 4)
     Paper P4     - Advanced Financial Management
     Paper P5     - Advanced Performance Management
     Paper P6○    - Advanced Taxation
     Paper P7     - Advanced Audit & Assurance

     q         Singapore Variant

     Under the ACCA syllabus, a student can attempt a minimum of 1 paper or up to a maximum of
     4 papers at each examination sitting.

     ƒ   FIA

     FIA is a new entry-level which consists of a suite of awards, including Certificates, Diploma
     and a revised CAT Qualification.

     INTRODUCTORY CERTIFICATE
     FA1       - Recording Financial Transactions
     MA1       - Management Information

     INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE
     FA2       - Maintaining Financial Records
     MA2       - Managing Costs & Finance

     DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING & BUSINESS
     FAB - Accountant in Business
     FMA - Management Accounting
     FFA - Financial Accounting

     q         Singapore variant

     There is no requirement to complete the Introductory Certificate or the Intermediate Certificate
     in Financial and Management Accounting prior to completing the Diploma in Accounting and
     Business, although you are strongly recommended to do so.

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       FOUNDATIONS IN PROFESSIONALISM
       The Professionalism and Ethics Online Module is called Foundations in Professionalism. This
       is an online, interactive module and it is compulsory for students to complete the Foundations
       in Professionalism in order to achieve any of the awards in FIA.
       You can complete Foundations in Professionalism before or after completing the exam
       component of the qualification you are aiming to achieve and you only need to successfully
       complete the module once, even if you decide to complete one or more of the FIA
       qualifications.

       12.    VARIANT PAPERS IN LAW & TAXATION
       Singapore citizens and Singapore permanent residents are advised to opt for the Singapore
       variant papers in Tax and Law as they will be more relevant to them upon graduation. Non
       Singaporeans residing in Singapore can opt for the UK variant if they intend to work outside
       Singapore after graduation.
       However, please note that the institutions in Singapore do not offer courses for the UK
       variant papers.

       13.    EXEMPTION
       Applicants registering as students for the first time and wish to apply for exemptions must
       include certificates and detailed transcripts of all relevant papers taken at other examinations.
       For a comprehensive list of exemptions granted for ACCA and FIA qualification, please visit
       the ACCA website at http://www.accaglobal.com/en/qualifications/apply-
       now/exemptions.html
       Please note that the exemption guidelines on the ACCA website serve as a reference only.
       The final decision still rests on the discretion of ACCA. You will need to pay an exemption fee
       for each paper awarded. Exemptions fees are charged at the early exam entry fee.

       Please note that there will be no exemption given for ACCA Professional Level.

       14.    WRITTEN BASED EXAMINATION
       Written based examinations are normally held during the first and second week of June and
       December every year. All registered ACCA & FIA students must register their exam online.
       No exam entry forms will be issued. The closing dates for early, standard and late exam entry
       are as follows:
       June Exams
       8 March                       Early Exam Entry
       9 March - 8 April             Standard Exam Entry
       9 April - 8 May               Late Exam Entry
       December Exams
       8 September                   Early Exam Entry
       9 September – 8 October       Standard Exam Entry
       9 October – 8 November        Late Exam Entry
       Students are encouraged to register 3 weeks prior the deadline set by ACCA. ACCA will not
       be liable for any late entries received after the stipulated deadline set.
       Please note that the submission of examination entry online to ACCA is solely the
       responsibility of the student.

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     All ACCA/FIA written examination fees are payable online by debit or credit card as follows:
                                         ACCA
                Exam            Exam Entry          Date                        June 2015
                Level             Period                                       ( Per Exam)
                                   Early          8 March                          £ 71
              Knowledge
                                 Standard     9 March - 8 April                    £ 76
           F1, F2 and F3
                                   Late        9 April - 8 May                    £231
                                   Early          8 March                          £ 90
                Skills
                                 Standard     9 March - 8 April                    £ 96
      F4, F5, F6, F7, F8 and F9
                                   Late        9 April - 8 May                    £252
             Professional          Early          8 March                         £104
         P1, P2 and P3 & any     Standard     9 March - 8 April                   £112
      2 from P4, P5, P6 and P7     Late        9 April - 8 May                    £268

                                                FIA
                Exam               Exam Entry               Date                June 2015
                Level                Period                                    ( Per Exam)
                                      Early               8 March                  £ 50
              Introductory
                                    Standard          9 March - 8 April            £ 53
             FA1 and MA1
                                      Late             9 April - 8 May            £210
                                      Early               8 March                  £ 50
             Intermediate
                                    Standard          9 March - 8 April            £ 53
             FA2 and MA2
                                      Late             9 April - 8 May            £210
                                      Early               8 March                  £ 71
                Diploma             Standard          9 March - 8 April            £ 76
           FAB, FMA and FFA
                                      Late             9 April - 8 May            £231

     Please note that the submission of examination entry online to ACCA is solely the
     responsibility of the student.

     15.     EXAM ATTENDANCE DOCKET

     An examination attendance docket will be made available to all students who have entered to
     attempt ACCA examinations and will be available to download from myACCA around two
     weeks after standard entry closes.

     You must print and bring your exam attendance docket to the examination centre for each
     exam being attempted as it will ensure your entry to the exam. The docket will be collected by
     the supervisor during the exam to record your attendance. If you have any other exams during
     the session, the docket will be returned to you. If it is your last exam of the session, the docket
     will be retained for ACCA records.

     16.     EXAM RESULTS
     No paper exam results will be issued. The exam results will be made available online via your
     exam status report. You will have to log into your myACCA account to view your results.
     You may also opt in to receive your results by email & SMS. Simply log on to myACCA and
     update your preference and contact details within 'ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION'.

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       17.    EXAMINATION TIME TABLE (WRITTEN BASED) – JUNE 2015

               Monday, 1 June 2015                                Friday, 5 June 2015
  F5   Performance Management                          F1   Corporate and Business Law
 P7    Advanced Audit and Assurance                    F9   Financial Management
 FTX   Foundation in Tax                               P6   Advanced Taxation
                                                     FAB    Accountant in Business
              Tuesday, 2 June 2015                               Monday, 8 June 2015
  F6   Taxation                                        F4   Corporate and Business Law
 P4    Advanced Financial Management                   P3   Business Analysis
MA2 Managing Costs and Finance                       FAU    Foundations in Audit
 FFM Foundations in Financial Management
             Wednesday, 3 June 2015                             Tuesday, 9 June 2015
  F7   Financial Reporting                             F3   Financial Accounting
 FA2   Maintaining Financial Records                   P2   Corporate Reporting
                                                     FFA    Financial Accounting
              Thursday, 4 June 2015                           Wednesday, 10 June 2015
  F8   Audit and Assurance                             F2   Management Accounting
 P5    Advanced Performance Management                 P1   Governance, Risk & Ethics
MA1 Management Information                           FA1    Recording Financial Transactions
                                                     FMA Management Accounting

       18.    COMPUTER-BASED EXAMINATIONS (CBE)
       Kaplan offers Computer-based examinations (CBE) to our bona-fide Kaplan students for the
       following FIA & ACCA Modules/Papers:
       FIA Introductory Certificate in Financial & Management Accounting (FA1 & MA1)
       FIA Intermediate Certificate in Financial & Management Accounting (FA2 & MA2)
       FIA Diploma in Accounting and Business (FAB, FMA & FFA)
       ACCA Knowledge Module (F1, F2 & F3)
       Each examination is 2 hours in duration and comprises of 50 multiple-choice questions,
       multiple response matching questions and number entry questions, all worth two marks.

       Computer-Based Exam Fees payable to Kaplan is as follows:

        CBE Exam Fees
        FIA Introductory Certificate (FA1, MA1)                   S$180 per paper
        FIA Intermediate Certificate (FA2, MA2)                   S180 per paper
        FIA Diploma in Accounting & Business (FAB, FMA, FFA) S$200 per paper
        ACCA Knowledge Module (F1, F2, F3)                        S$200 per paper

       The above mentioned fees are inclusive of GST

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     19.     COURSE MATERIALS

     x ACCA
     Upon enrolment, all ACCA students who enrolled with Kaplan on the full term courses in
     January and July Intakes will be issued with Kaplan Publishing Complete Text and Exam Kit.
     There is no Study Text for F4SGP & F6SGP papers.

     For those who enrolled on the one term intensive courses in February and August Intakes will
     only be issued with Exam Kit for paper enrolled. These students will have the option to
     purchase the Study Text at 50% discount off the normal Kaplan Retail prices (except for
     Paper P6). There is no Study Text for F4SGP and F6SGP papers.

     Students who enrol on ACCA Revision Courses in May and November Intakes will only be
     issued with a copy of Pocket Note (except for Paper F4, F6 & P6).

     No rebate will be given if student opts not to receive the Complete Text, Exam Kit and/or
     Pocket Notes.

      x FIA
     Upon enrolment, all FIA students who enrolled with Kaplan on the full term courses in
     January and July Intakes will be issued with Kaplan Publishing Complete Text, Exam Kit &
     Pocket Notes. Pocket Notes are not applicable for FAB, FMA & FFA.

     Students who enrolled on the one term intensive courses in February and August Intakes for
     Diploma In Accounting and Business (FAB, FMA & FFA) will only be issued with Exam Kits for
     papers enrolled. These students will have the option to purchase the Study Text at 50%
     discount off the normal Kaplan Retail prices

     Students who enrol on FAB, FMA & FFA Revision Courses in May and November Intakes will
     only be issued with a copy of Pocket Note.

     No rebate will be given if student opts not to receive the Complete Text, Exam Kit and/or
     Pocket Notes.

     No collection of Course materials will be entertained after classes have commenced for
     one month.

     20.     PURCHASE OF COURSE MATERIALS

     Students can purchase the following Kaplan Publishing course materials at these prices:

                                       Retail Price                  Current Student Price
      Course Material
                                  ACCA              FIA              ACCA             FIA
      *Complete/Study Text        S$80             S$50              S$70            S$40
      Exam Kit                    S$45             S$35              S$35            S$25
      ^Pocket Notes               S$30             S$25              S$25            S$20

     The abovementioned prices are inclusive of GST

     *Except for P6 which is retailed at S$75 nett for both public and students.
     ^There are no pocket notes for local variant papers – ACCA F4, F6 & P6.
     (F4 and F6 Course Materials are not available for Sale)

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       Please refer to our staff for further details on the books available for sale. You may purchase
       any of the above course materials at Kaplan City campus @ PoMo, 1 Selegie Road Level 6
       Reception and collect them on the spot (subject to availability). No refund will be issued after
       payment is made.

       21.    LECTURE NOTES

       Lecture notes will be distributed to students on the first day of face-to-face training. Students
       absent from classes and miss the lecture notes given out in class can collect them from
       Material Room at Kaplan City campus @ PoMo,1 Selegie Road, Level 6.

       No collection of lecture notes and study materials will be entertained after classes have
       commenced for one month.

       Students requesting for replacement of lecture notes (full set) will be charged an
       administrative fee of S$50 nett per module. Once payment has been made, notes will be
       available in one week’s time.

       22.    HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

       All Homework Assignments for FIA Diploma Level and ACCA Papers will be available online
       via MyKaplan, except for ACCA F4, F6 & P6 Homework Assignments which will be uploaded
       on Elearning Portal page with answers provided (please refer to Lecture Sequence for
       schedule). All Students are encouraged to attempt the homework assignments.

       23.    MOCK EXAMINATIONS

       All ACCA and FIA Diploma Level mock examinations will be available online via MyKaplan,
       except for ACCA F4, F6 & P6 which can be downloaded from the Kaplan website by mid May
       and November.

       FIA Introductory and Intermediate Level Mock Exams will be given out in class.

       24.    LESSONS MISSED

       There will be no replacement of classes if you missed lessons and students may refer to their
       Elearning Portal for their class notes.

       25.    ELEARNING PORTAL WEB PAGE

       All ACCA & FIA Kaplan students who enrolled for Education and Intensive Classes will receive their
       Elearning account credentials two weeks after course commencement through email and sms for access
       to our Elearning Portal Page http://elearning.kaplan.com/KF/login/index.php. Any updates and
       course articles will be uploaded on this page.

       Please note that the ACCA/FIA E-learning portal access is valid on per semester basis and all
       students’ accounts will expire at the end of their semester (June/December).

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     26.     ACCA UK CONNECT & CONTACT INFORMATION

     ACCA UK has introduced a new customer service centre called ACCA Connect. This service
     enables all students to contact them at a time that is convenient to them.

     Address :             2 Central Quay, 89 Hydepark Street, Glasgow G3 8BW, United Kingdom
     Tel     :             +44 141 582 2000
     Fax     :             +44 141 582 2222
     Website :              www.accaglobal.com
     General Enquiries:    info@accaglobal.com
     Student Enquiries:    students@accaglobal.com

     27.     ACCA SINGAPORE OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION

     Address:        435 Orchard Road, #15-04/05 Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877
     Tel    :        6734 8110
     JES Hotline :   6579 6194
     Fax    :        6734 2248
     Website:        singapore.accaglobal.com
     E-mail :        info@sg.accaglobal.com

     28.     NTUC (UTAP-WTS) CONTACT INFORMATION

     Address:        #B1-01, NTUC Centre, No.1 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018989
     Tel    :        62138008
     Fax    :        64715898
     Website:        http://skillsupgrade.ntuc.org.sg
     E-mail :        ubt@e2i.com.sg

     29.     NTUC LEARNING HUB (CBE) CONTACT INFORMATION

     Address:        NTUC Trade Union House, 73 Bras Basah Road, #02-01, Singapore 189556
     Tel   :         68378356 / 68378357
     Website:        http://www.ntuclearninghub.com/

     30.     SDF CONTACT INFORMATION

     Address:        Singapore Workforce Development Agency, Incentives & Finance Division
                     No.1 Marina Boulevard,#16-01, One Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018989
     Tel    :        68835885
     Website:        www.sdf.gov.sg
     E-mail :        wda_sdf@wda.gov.sg

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CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYST (CFA)

       The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) is a graduate-level program for investment
       professionals. It is administered and awarded by the CFA Institute based in the United States.
       The CFA® is known to be highly credible, globally relevant and career enhancing.

       31.    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

       In order to register as a candidate for the CFA® program, a student must have one of the
       following:

       x      A Bachelor’s (or equivalent) degree, or
       x      Be in the final year* of your bachelor’s degree program at the time of registration, or
       x      Have at least 4 years of qualified professional work experience, or
       x      A combination of university and professional work experience that totals at least 4
              years
       Beside meeting the entrance requirements, CFA Candidates must also:

       x      Meet the professional conduct admission criteria (during the application process,
              students will be asked to sign statements of Professional Conduct and Candidate
              Responsibility)
       x      Complete the online registration and enrollment form and pay the required fees direct
              to CFA Institute
       x      Be prepared to take the exams in English
       x      Have a valid international travel passport (required for exam registration and
              admission to the test center).
               (*Proof of degree is required for progression to Level II)

       32.    PROGRAM ENROLLMENT / EXAM BOOKING

       Registering for the first exam also enrolls you as a candidate in the CFA Program. This
       requires a one-time program enrollment fee in addition to the exam registration fee.

       To book your exam, apply direct to CFA Institute for registration and enrollment. You may
       register online at www.cfainstitute.org. CFA Institute will acknowledge your registration and
       enrollment via email.

       Candidates are to refer to the CFA Institute website for the program calendar, fee information
       and the registration deadlines for the June and December** examinations.

       Please note that Kaplan is not responsible for candidate’s enrollment and exam registration.

               (**December examination session is only offered for CFA Level 1)

       33.    PROCESSING PERIOD

       Application processing may take up to three weeks and confirmation notices are sent to
       candidates by e-mail. After an application is approved, an official confirmation e-mail is sent if
       all entrance requirements are met.

       CFA® Program Curriculum Materials will be sent to applicants when the payment is
       processed. Receipt of Curriculum Materials does not necessarily indicate acceptance onto the
       program. Please notify CFA Institute if you do not receive an official confirmation e-mail or
       notice of incomplete application within six to eight weeks after submitting your application.

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     34.    EXAMINATIONS
     The CFA® examination is offered at locations throughout the world.             Candidates must
     complete three levels of examinations sequentially.
     Exam admission tickets will be posted online in late April for the June exam and late October
     for the December exam. Candidates are expected to log in, review the admission ticket for
     any errors and notify CFA Institute for any errors. Candidates must also print the admission
     ticket and bring it to the test centre on exam day.
     Candidates must have received their exam results before registering for the next exam
     because the results will determine whether a candidate must repeat the current level or
     advance to the next level.
     Examination results are reported as “Pass” or “Fail”. Actual examination scores are not
     released. Results are posted on the CFA website and are also distributed by first-class mail,
     usually within 90 days of the examination date.

     35.    POLICY CHANGES
     It is the responsibility of candidate to read and understand all testing policies set forth by CFA
     Program. CFA Institute may change its conditions, requirements, policies and procedures
     governing the CFA Program and CFA Institute membership from time to time. Candidates and
     members are required to adhere to the revised conditions, requirements, policies and
     procedures which will be published in various CFA Institute publications, including CFA
     Institute Bylaws and on their website. Please refer to the following link for CFA Program and
     Testing Polices updates.
     http://www.cfainstitute.org/programs/cfaprogram/exams/Pages/policies.aspx?intCamp=cfa_te
     sting_policies

     36.    STUDY OPTIONS
     Kaplan offers preparatory course for CFA® such as classroom training for education program,
     revision course and online mock exam and multimedia tutorial.
     Candidates are to refer to the half-yearly brochure for the CFA June and December exam for
     the class schedules and dates.

     37.    COURSE MATERIALS
     Upon enrolment, all CFA students under Premier Package or Education Program will be
     issued with the Schweser Essential Package. In addition, students will also receive up to date
     Teaching Slide Packs on the 1st lesson of their class.
     Revision students will receive the Revision Slide Pack on the 1st lesson of the revision class.

     No collection of outstanding course materials will be entertained after the end of the
     current exam.

     38.    ELEARNING PORTAL WEB PAGE
     All CFA Kaplan students who enrolled for Premier and Education Packages will have access
     to our Elearning Portal Page http://elearning.kaplan.com/KF/login/index.php. Students will
     receive their Elearning account credentials one week after course commencement through
     email and sms to access the online progress tests.

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       39.       CALCULATOR

       Only two calculator models are authorized for use during CFA Program Exams:

       x     Texas Instruments BA II Plus (including BA 11 Plus Professional)
       x     Hewlett Packard 12C (including the HP 12C Platinum 25th anniversary edition, 12C 30th
             anniversary edition and HP 12C Prestige)

       40.       CFA INSTITUTE CONTACT INFORMATION

       CFA Institute Headquarters (U.S.A.)
       Address        :    CFA Institute
                           560 Ray C., Hunt Drive
                           Charlottesville VA22903-2981, USA
       Tel            :    434 951 5499
       Fax            :    434 951 5262
       Website        :    www.cfainstitute.org
       Email          :    info@cfainstitute.org

       Alternatively, you may also contact CFA Institute at their Asia Pacific office based in Hong
       Kong

       Hotline         :      001 800 8228 8820 (24 hour toll-free)
       Tel             :      852 2868 2700
       Fax             :      852 2868 9912
       Email           :      infohk@cfainstitute.org

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CPA AUSTRALIA

     The Certified Practicing Accounting (Australia) CPA Australia is a graduate-level program
     meant for candidates who would like to port their expertise internationally. The CPA Australia
     program is administered and awarded by CPA Australia. The focus of CPA Australia is
     combining accounting knowledge with strategic thinking and practical experience to aid
     members to distinguish themselves internationally.

     41.       ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

     In order for candidates to enroll into the program, they will have to undergo a Membership
     Entry Pathway Assessment by CPA Australia. Candidates will need to have a relevant degree
     to enter into the program. The Membership Entry Path Assessment will advice candidates
     which level of the CPA Australia program will they be enrolling.

     42.       PROGRAM ENROLLMENT/ EXAMINATION REGISTRATION

     CPA Australia organizes “Becoming a CPA seminar” before the enrollment each semester
     and the Membership Pathway Assessment can be done at the seminars. Alternatively,
     candidates can visit www.cpaaustralia.com.au for online application to the program.
     Examinations of the CPA Australia program are available in April/May and October/November
     each year.

     The CPA Program professional level is made up of six postgraduate education segments as
     well as the practical experience requirement. The education component of the CPA Program
     professional level is offered by distance learning mode. The segments in the Professional
     Level are as follows:

     Four Compulsory Components:

           x   Ethics and Governance
           x   Strategic Management Accounting
           x   Financial Reporting
           x   Global Strategy and Leadership - capstone segment

     Plus two electives must be chosen from the following:

           x   Advanced Taxation
           x   Singapore Taxation
           x   Advanced Audit and Assurance
           x   Contemporary Business Issues
           x   Financial Risk Management

     43.       EXAMINATIONS

     CPA Australia professional level examinations are conducted at the end of the semester and
     for each segment, candidates have access to a range of learning resources. Formal
     assessment for each segment is by one three-hour exam at the end of the semester. The
     CPA Australia examinations consists of both Multiple Choice and Written Response format
     questions.

     At the moment, all the exams taken in Singapore are computer based testing (CBT). Only
     Singapore Taxation is a written based paper (PBT).

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       44.     STUDY OPTIONS

       Kaplan offers revision courses for CPA Australia Professional Level in the form of interactive
       classroom training. The revision session seeks to provide pointers as well as guidelines to
       candidates who are attempting the various segments in the examinations. The revision
       classes are held over in March/April and September/October each year.

       45.     CPA AUSTRALIA CONTACT INFORMATION

       CPA AUSTRALIA                Level 20, 28 Freshwater Place
       Address                :     Southbank VIC 3006

       Tel                    :     Within Australia       Outside Australia
                                    1300 73 73 73          +61 3 9606 9677

       Website                :     www.cpaaustralia.com.au

       Alternatively, you may contact the CPA Australia local office in Singapore

       Address                :     1 Raffles Place
                                    #31-01 One Raffles Place
                                    Singapore 048616

       Tel                    :     6671 6500
       Email                  :     sg@cpaaustralia.com.au

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OXFORD BROOKES DEGREE PROGRAMME (OBU)

     The BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, awarded by Oxford Brookes University, not only
     demonstrate to potential or existing employers that you possess all the relevant graduate
     skills to equip you for a brilliant career in accounting and finance, but that it is from a university
     that has a reputation for excellence.

     Students need to complete the examinations for Fundamentals Level of the current ACCA
     syllabus and the ACCA Professional Ethics Module online. Prior to joining this program, it is
     crucial that students check their eligibility, especially if they are previously transferred from the
     ACCA old syllabus to the ACCA current syllabus. Alternatively, you may write to ACCA at
     students@accaglobal.com to enquire on your eligibility for the Oxford Brookes Degree
     Program. For more information on the Oxford Brookes Degree Program, please visit the
     ACCA website at www.accaglobal.com/students/bsc/

     Please note that it is solely the responsibility of the student to ensure that they have
     met the entry requirements for the Oxford Brookes Degree Program.

     46.      ADMISSION & ELIGIBILITY

     An ACCA student is automatically opted into the Bsc Scheme when they register for the
     ACCA qualification. If a student chooses to opt out of the degree scheme during registration,
     they can opt back in before they have attempted either or all of Papers F7, F8 & F9.

     To be awarded the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting you must:

     x     Opt in to do the BSc degree with ACCA UK before passing any of the three ACCA
           Fundamentals papers, F7, F8 and F9
     x     Pass the three ACCA Fundamentals papers F7, F8 and F9 and pass other papers as
           required to successfully complete all nine Fundamentals level papers
     x     Complete the ACCA Professional Ethics module
               o to submit your Research and Analysis Project in the May submission period this
                   must be completed by stipulated date in April of the same year
               o to submit your Research and Analysis Project in the November submission period
                   this must be completed by stipulated date in October of the same year
     x     Complete and pass the Oxford Brookes University Research and Analysis Project
     x     If you have completed FIA Diploma in Accounting & Finance, you will be permitted to
           register for the BSc degree if you meet the necessary English Language qualification.
           Please refer to the list of English Language qualifications that are accepted by OBU at
           http://www.accaglobal.com/content/dam/ACCA_Global/Students/bsc/revised-english-
           requirements.pdf .

     The degree must be completed within 10 years of your initial registration onto ACCA’s
     professional qualification otherwise your eligibility will be withdrawn.

     47.      EXEMPTIONS

     As a registered student, you may be given exemptions from one or more of the nine ACCA
     specified exam papers. Exemption decisions are made by ACCA and ACCA exemption policy
     is periodically reviewed by Oxford Brookes University. However, if you wish to achieve the
     BSc degree you must sit and pass all of the three ACCA subjects F7, F8 and F9.

     No exemption can be given from the Professional Ethics Module or from the Oxford Brookes
     University Research and Analysis Project (RAP).

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       48.       RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS PROJECT (RAP)

       You must successfully complete the ACCA Fundamentals exams, including sitting and
       passing all of F7, F8 and F9, and complete the Professional Ethics module before submitting
       a RAP to Oxford Brookes University. You are required to pay a project submission fee to
       Oxford Brookes University with your project submission.

       You will gain access to the Professional Ethics module via myACCA as soon as you become
       eligible to take Paper P1, Professional Accountant.

       The Research and Analysis Project (RAP) is the final component of the BSc Degree and
       consists of two separate documents:

             x   7,500 word Research Report (RR) and a
             x   2,000 word Skills and Learning Statement (SLS)

        You will need a project mentor to assist you with your RAP, by providing guidance and advice
       on your RAP and also to verify that you made an oral presentation at the end of your project
       research.

       You will have 3 attempts to pass the RAP. In the unfortunate event that you fail the RAP on 3
       separate occasions, you will no longer be eligible to complete the BSc degree.

       Please note that you can either submit the same project topic 3 times or 3 different RAP.

       49.       DETERMINATION OF CLASS OF DEGREE

       The class of BSc Degree will be based on:

             x   The ACCA average mark from the exam marks in the Fundamental Skills Papers (F4-
                 F9) and
             x   The Grade achieved for the Research and Analysis Project (RAP)

       You will be given one of three passing grades (A, B OR C) or a fail grade (F) for the
       performance in the RR. You will be given either a ‘Pass’ or ‘Fail’ grade for the performance in
       the SLS.

       50.       SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

       You will be required to upload your Research and Analysis Project files online via
       http://www.obusubmissions.co.uk/

        You should upload separate files for your Research Report, Skills and Learning Statement,
       Appendices and List of References; these will all then be submitted along with your payment.
       For more detailed information, you may visit the following link
       http://www.accaglobal.com/en/student/qualification-resources/bsc/rap-dates/submission-
       form.html .

       Please note: you must successfully complete the Fundamentals level exam papers, F1-F9,
       and complete the Professional Ethics module before submitting a Research and Analysis
       Project to Oxford Brookes University.

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