Extraordinary ACCA results – June 2017

  • 17 August 2017 09:35

We are proud to announce that the extraordinary ACCA results continue for the School of Professional Studies of Cyprus College (Nicosia & Limassol). For yet another ACCA examination sitting (June 2017) our students have achieved amazing results. We congratulate our students, their firms and their tutors for their remarkable achievements.  

Our students have obtained the first prizes in Cyprus (and top world wide placings) in 5 out of the 10 ACCA papers in the June 2017 exams (for the first four papers F1-F4 ACCA does not release the prize winners since the exams can be taken by a computer based exam). Our students competed in the ACCA rigorous exams with students in more than 180 countries all over the world. 

Our students’ achievements are definitely a great personal success for them, but also for us, their tuition provider. We, at the School of Professional Studies of Cyprus College, are honoured to have them as our students. All our ACCA students have done a great job and have made us proud!  

Our students below have obtained the 1st prizes in Cyprus for the respective papers. It is worth noting, that our Nicosia student Elina Papaconstantinou has achieved the 2nd worldwide prize in paper P1 scoring a high 87%! 

In addition to the above, we would like to congratulate our student Styliana Kanari who was ranked first amongst the ACCA finalists in Cyprus, after achieving the highest aggregate mark in the last five papers of the ACCA.


P1 Governance, Risk & Ethics Elina Papaconstantinou 87% 2nd 13,444 Nicosia
F7 Financial Reporting Charlotte Suzanne Bartlam 95% 4th 15,997 Limassol
F6 Taxation (CY) Charlotte Suzanne Bartlam 87% 10th 14,219 Limassol
P6 Advanced Taxation (CY) Nicos Tapolos 80% 10th  6,454 Nicosia
F5 Performance Management Eleonora Theodoridou 70% 18th 14,736 Limassol


We would like also to note that our ACCA students in Nicosia and Limassol have achieved for all ACCA papers, excellent pass rates and well above the World Wide pass rates in June 2017 exams, thus allowing SPS to maintain its ACCA Platinum status in both Nicosia and Limassol, the highest level of recognition offered by the ACCA to tuition providers.