BSc (Hons) Accounting and Management

Description

The BSc (Hons) Accounting and Management creates the opportunity to progress your studies within growing areas of professional services. This course provides a comprehensive grounding in theory and practice, and an excellent foundation to becoming a Qualified Accountant. It also provides an opportunity to secure exemptions from all of the major Professional Accountancy Bodies, whilst keeping many options open to successful graduates to pursue other careers involving Accounting, Business and Finance.

Modules

Year 1
  • Academic, Professional and Managerial Awareness – 20 credits
  • Business & The Economy – 20 credits
  • Financial Mathematics and Statistics – 20 credits
  • Introductory Accounting – 20 credits
  • Principles of Financial Accounting – 20 credits
  • Principles of Management Accounting – 20 credits

 

Year 2
  • Assurance & Risk Management – 20 credits
  • Career Entrepreneurship – 20 credits
  • Financial Accounting – 20 credits
  • Law for Accountants – 20 credits
  • Management Accounting – 20 credits
  • Personal & Business Finance – 20 credits

Year 3

  • Advanced Financial Management – 20 credits
  • Auditing – 20 credits
  • Financial Reporting – 20 credits
  • Governance, Risk and Ethics – 20 credits
  • Modern Taxation – 20 credits
  • Performance Management – 20 credits

Intakes

INTAKE CAMPUS START DATE CLASS SCHEDULE
September 2019 London Campus 01/06/2019 Two Days pe Week 9:30-16:30
Friday 9:30-16:30

Entry Requirements

GCSE grade B in Mathematics, or international Baccalaureate equivalent. And And either: Grades BCC at A Level, or international equivalent (NARIC); or Merit profile in a UK accredited QCF/NQF Level 3 qualification worth 180 credits and/or 1060 Guided Learning Hours (as defined by Ofqual)

Entry Required Documents

1.

ID/Passport

You need to upload one of these documents.

 

2.

Application Form

You must fill the application form. The form must be signed in original.

 

3.

International Baccalaureate Diploma (for EU students)

If you are a EU student and you don’t have an International Baccalaureate Diploma, you can still apply with a Level 3 Diploma and relevant work experience(Level 3 qualification – 60 UCAS points).

 

4.

Personal Statement

A personal statement is an essay that the student must write to apply to study at the university. Its purpose is to summarise your skills and experience and help you gain a place at your desired course. It must include the name of the university and the name of the course. You have to mention why are you applying to this particular university and what do you hope to achieve after the course, career wise. A well written personal statement will help you stand out in the crowd and secure you a place at your dream university. You can follow a specific guide to answer to some expected questions, however, you must not mention them in the essay. Have a clear, cursive structure and write a minimum of 250 words.

 

5.

Copy of Transcript of Results

This can be avoided in certain situations. One of our operators will call you to find out if it is mandatory or not.

Assessment Methods

  • Academic Interview
  • Written Initial Assessment (To assess your level of English)
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Modules

Year 1
  • Academic, Professional and Managerial Awareness – 20 credits
  • Business & The Economy – 20 credits
  • Financial Mathematics and Statistics – 20 credits
  • Introductory Accounting – 20 credits
  • Principles of Financial Accounting – 20 credits
  • Principles of Management Accounting – 20 credits
Year 2
  • Assurance & Risk Management – 20 credits
  • Career Entrepreneurship – 20 credits
  • Financial Accounting – 20 credits
  • Law for Accountants – 20 credits
  • Management Accounting – 20 credits
  • Personal & Business Finance – 20 credits
Year 3
  • Advanced Financial Management – 20 credits
  • Auditing – 20 credits
  • Financial Reporting – 20 credits
  • Governance, Risk and Ethics – 20 credits
  • Modern Taxation – 20 credits
  • Performance Management – 20 credits

Your career

Accounting and Finance is a very broad sector with many career opportunities to work in all sorts of industries and businesses. Whether you decide that you would like to work in an accounts team in a small business, finance for a big corporate, an investment bank, or as a management accountant at one of the big firms, an undergraduate degree is a great starting point that will help you learn many key skills.

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