The BA (Hons) Accountancy will give you a strong academic and vocational background for a professional career in accountancy. The course draws on the latest practices and theories of accounting and covers the two key areas of management accounting and financial accounting and reporting, as well as offering a number of optional modules that may be selected for study in your final year.
The BA (Hons) in Accountancy provides exemption from certain professional accountancy body examinations.
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Duration: 3 Years, 6 semesters
Start Dates: January, June, September
Mode of Study: Full Time
104 UCAS points.
Any subjects are acceptable at Level 3.
You should also have five GCSEs at grade C or above or grade 4 to 9 (or equivalent) including English Language and Mathematics.
Why Study Ba (Hons) Accountancy At University Of Bolton, RAK?
Our accounting and finance courses are ranked second in the UK for student satisfaction, according to The Complete University Guide 2020.
The course is accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
We offer an enviable range of exemptions from professional accountancy body examinations including ACCA, ICAEW, ICAS, CIMA and CIPFA, so once you have graduated you can join their professional development programmes at an advanced stage.
Many of our graduates go onto study for the final year ACCA examinations at Bolton.
Benefits of Studying at University of Bolton, RAK
High Academic Standards
UK Accredited British Degree
Affordable tuition fee
Transfer options to UK Campus / Study Trips
Academic Merit Scholarships
Course Structure and Credits
Students shall complete 120 credits each year to progress to the next. On completion of 360 credits Degree certificate is awarded
ACC4013 Financial Accounting Fundamentals (20 credits)
ACC4014 Introduction to Law for Accountants (20 credits)
ACC4015 Principles of Economics (20 credits)
ACC4016 Management Accounting Fundamentals (20 credits)
ACC4017 Accountant in the Business Environment (20 credits)
ACC4018 Quantitative Methods for Accountants (20 credits)
ACC5001 Financial Accounting and Reporting (20 credits)
ACC5002 Management Accounting and Decision-Making (20 credits)
ACC5003 Personal and Business Tax (20 credits)
ACC5004 Auditing and Assurance (20 credits)
ACC5005 Professional Accountant in Practice (20 credits)
ACC5006 Contemporary Business Management (20 credits)
ACC6001 Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting (20 credits)
ACC6002 Advanced Taxation (20 credits)
ACC6003 Financial Management (20 credits)
ACC6005 Strategic Management Accounting (20 credits)
ACC6006 Advanced Auditing Practice (20 credits)
ACC6007 Investigative Study (20 credits)
Our tutors are all qualified accountants with experience of working in the profession and of teaching undergraduate, postgraduate and professional accountancy qualifications.
We’ll encourage you to use mathematical and statistical techniques to solve general business and accountancy related problems – learning from case studies will give you a good grounding in real business situations.
We use small group and tutorial teaching so that you have the opportunity to benefit from the excellent support offered by our teaching staff.
We regularly invite guest speakers who hold senior positions in industry and practice to share their experience with our students, so you can benefit from their knowledge and advice.
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After graduation, you may choose to enter industry and get a job as a trainee company accountant or internal auditor, or join a professional practice and train as an auditor or tax consultant. Many of our accountancy graduates have gone on to qualify as professional accountants, either with CIMA, ACCA, ICAS or ICAEW.
Alternative career options
• Tax and pensions advice
• Teaching, education and training
• Transport and logistics
• Stocks and shares
• Charity work
• Loss adjusting
• Credit and investment analysis
• Claims inspection
• Advertising, marketing and PR
• Investment banking
• Statistics and market research