Mike Tye

Mike Tye ACCA student blogger

Mike Tye
ACCA student

Mike is now based in Dubai after moving from the UK and is self-studying – therefore bringing a slightly different perspective to the ACCA journey. Mike is working towards the Oxford Brookes BSc degree on completing the ACCA Qualification and has work experience in a variety of industries.

When Mike is not studying he can be found playing a game of tennis, golf or basketball. He also enjoys cycling, watersports and skiing.


7 responses to Mike Tye

    Elina Gabranova 21 March 2013 at 4:31 pm

    I am self studying as well… in London, UK now – and although after Foundations in Accounting, I am just at the F1 – I am pretty excited about the journey


      Good luck with it Elina, it’s tough but at least it might be seen by future employers that you’re an independent and motivated worker

      Marva Alleyne 4 April 2013 at 12:57 am

      currently have the last 3 papers to finish the Foundations in accountancy also looking forward to level 2 and 3 to what it offers pretty excited about finance always trying to figure out costings and its effectiveness currently based in Trinidad and Tobago West Indies self studying

      Fuzlul Morshed Fahim 18 May 2013 at 9:33 am

      Self study will work in the next levels only if you can ensure group study with some other students.It will make the understanding about a topic through.Otherwise there will be lots of pitfalls what you will be completely unaware before appearing in the exam.It’s my experience as a student who is studying f-5 and f-9 through self study.


    I am in the last leg of the qualification and have failed both the P2 n P3 examination at least twice so far but i am going back at it again. Do you have any advice for me. How do i become a blogger (create my own blog)?


      Hi Cartiage. Just to respond to you in terms of becoming an ACCA student blogger. We currently have a full quota of ACCA student bloggers and are therefore not recruiting. However this may change as our bloggers become affiliates or become too busy with work and/or study. When this occurs we will make announcements on our social media channels to recruit new bloggers.

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