The Malta Institute of Accountants and ACCA have a Joint Scheme Agreement covering both the ACCA Qualification and ACCA’s Foundations in Accountancy suite of qualifications.
Under such Agreement, the Institute is the only joint scheme partner in Malta. In this regard any students undertaking any ACCA examinations in Malta must be registered with The Malta Institute of Accountants. Foreign students undertaking ACCA exams in Malta and who reside locally for more than six months, are also required to be registered with the Institute.
Obtaining the ACCA qualification will make you eligible to become a member of both ACCA and MIA.
The Malta Institute of Accountants does not offer ACCA courses. Click here to view the list of the Approved Learning Partners in Malta.
Obligations of Students falling under the MIA/ACCA Joint Scheme
Comply with the Institute’s Statute, Bye-Laws and Regulations
Keeping an up-to-date profile most importantly your contact details. Simply log onto the website and update them from there.
Pay the MIA's annual subscription fee by 31 January of each year ... and also pay the ACCA subscription fee.
Keep yourself updated with all correspondence issued by the Institute.
GET YOUR ACCA QUALIFICATION
If you have 3 GCSES and 2 A'Levels (or equivalent) including Maths & English, you may start your ACCA Qualification.
However, if you do no have the above requirements, your journey towards your career does not stop here. You can achieve your ACCA membership with the Foundation level qualifications - referred to as 'Foundations in Accountancy'. This is the perfect solution for you if you are new to accountancy or if you are already working in finance but possess no qualifications. This will enable you to start at the right level to suit your ability.