How do I determine the class of my OBU degree?
The class of the Oxford Brookes University degree in Applied Accounting is based on two factors:
a) the ACCA average marks you achieved in the six Applied Skills Lever papers; and
b) the grade from your Research and Analysis Project
If you fail your RAP on the first submission, the grade is capped at C for any successful subsequent RR, even if your resubmitted RR is assessed at a higher pass grade.
If the average of your marks is not a whole number, it will be rounded up from 0.5.
The table below shows what class of degree you will be awarded depending on your ACCA average marks and the grade for your degree.
|ACCA average mark||First||Upper Second||Lower Second||Third|
|68 and more||A, B, C||-||-||-|
|60 - 65||-||A, B, C||-||-|
|54 - 57||-||-||A, B, C||-|
|50 - 52||-||-||-||A, B, C|