Congratulate the NYP-AAPP students for their fantastic results

eemeiyi —  July 26, 2016 — Leave a comment

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With the release of the ACCA June 2016 exams results, we want to say “Well done!” to the Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) students on the ACCA Accelerated Pathway Programme (AAPP). This batch of NYP students obtained a fantastic passing rate which substantially surpassed our global average for the ACCA F8 exam.

As the NYP-AAPP students start preparation for the F9 exam soon, they will also be embarking on their enhanced internship with Ernst & Young in September.

Approved Employers who are interested in accessing talent through the programme, please contact ACCA Singapore.

The ACCA Accelerated Pathway Programme (AAPP) is a fast-track route that will allow Diploma students studying Accountancy to work toward acquiring the ACCA professional qualification, even before they graduate.

Local Polytechnic Accountancy Diploma students under the scheme will be granted conditional exemptions from the first six papers (F1 to F6) of the Fundamentals level.

Upon completion of 3 more papers and the Professional Ethics module, they will be awarded an Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business from ACCA and the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA).

To facilitate a more well-rounded teaching and learning environment, the Institution can partner ACCA Approved Employers to offer internship opportunities for the students on AAPP.

Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) has partnered Ernst & Young (EY) in Singapore to offer the AAPP students an Enhanced Internship Placement Programme. These students will embark on an extended six month internship with EY in their final semester of study and will do their final ACCA paper ‘F9’ concurrently while they are on internship.

For more information about the AAPP, email

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