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Accountant at Work

BSc (Hons) Accounting & Financial Management

Funding

Student Finance Available

Delivery

Weekdays, evenings and/or weekends.

Duration

4 Years

Location

London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds

Intakes

September, January, June

Awarded Degree

BSc (Hons) Accounting & Financial Management

Course Overview

Our industry-focused program delivers an accounting and finance degree tailored for a professional, managerial, or business career, equipping you with highly sought-after employability skills. This comprehensive preparation opens up opportunities for career progression and development.

Combining theoretical knowledge with practical know-how, the program covers a broad spectrum of accountancy and finance-related topics, including financial reporting, managerial accounting, audit and assurance, taxation, law, and corporate finance.

Graduates of this course can benefit from exemptions when applying for membership with prestigious institutions such as The Institute of Financial Accountants and The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

The foundation year serves as a preparatory phase for university-level study, introducing you to key accounting and financial management contexts and concepts crucial for your progression throughout the course.

Embarking on degree-level studies not only imparts transferrable skills applicable in any career context but also opens doors for career advancement, be it climbing the corporate ladder in the accounting and financial management realm or making an impact as an entrepreneur.

Throughout the program, you'll explore critical questions such as:

  • What insights into the world of work will enhance your career prospects?

  • How do you manage accounting and financial requirements when running a business?

  • Which business principles and theories wield the greatest financial impact?

 

Ultimately, our accounting and financial management degree provides you with foundational and specialized knowledge to forge a successful career aligned with your goals.

Entry Requirements

Standard Entry Requirements (Under 21 years old):

  • Attainment of 80 UCAS tariff points or equivalent qualifications (e.g., 60 Credit Ofqual qualification at level 3).

  • Completion of 5 GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above, or equivalent qualifications.

  • Individual consideration for applicants falling short of the above entry requirements.

Applicants Aged 21 and Above:

  • Consideration is given to applicants aged 21 and above who do not meet the standard entry requirements. Those with life/work skills suitable for undergraduate study may be considered for the Foundation programme.

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