View Bachelor Programs in Accounting in United Kingdom 2019
The accounting discipline is estimated to be over 7000 years old, with the first accounting records dating back to the Assyrian empire. Accountants use their highly developed professional skills to make financial statement reports to individuals, businesses or organizations including income statements, cash flow statements, statements of retained earnings and balance sheets, which can enable and support management discussion and analysis. A Bachelor of Accounting degree qualifies an individual to practice as a accountant as an independent contractor or an integral part of an accounting firm or large company.
In the UK, Bachelor of Accounting students become highly familiar with the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in the UK (GAAP UK), as well as key terms like Discussion Papers, Financial Reporting Exposure Draft and International Financial Reporting Standards. Some fields of specialization within the discipline that Bachelor of Accounting students may pursue include cost accounting, financial accounting, forensic accounting, fund accounting and management accounting.
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Nguyen Tat Thanh University, NTT Institute of International Education (NIIE)
The program of Finance and Accounting of FTMS emphasizes practical knowledge and skills which ensure students to a successful career in financial...
Finance and Accounting (FTMS)
In response to the demand for a top-notch human resource in accounting and finance in Vietnam, NIIE has partnered with FTMS (Singapore) offering the program of Finance and Accounting.Founded in 1986, FTMS Global Academy (FTMS) is one of Singapore's educational institutions offering academic and professional programs with an operating network in 10 countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa.The program of Finance and Accounting of FTMS emphasizes practical knowledge and skills which ensure students to a successful career in financial management and accounting after graduation. The program is also recognized by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant UK (ACCA) for exam exemption for CPA....
ACCA’s innovative partnership with Oxford Brooks University allows ACCA students to study for a BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting while taking their ACCA examinations.
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
ACCA’s innovative partnership with Oxford Brooks University allows ACCA students to study for a BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, while taking their ACCA examinations.
Students will be entitled to the degree (awarded by Oxford Brooks University) on completing the first two parts of the new Professional Scheme of examinations, and then submitting a Research and Analysis Project to the University for assessment. The Project examines graduate skills, focusing particularly on the ability of students to carry out research and analysis.
Students currently registered with ACCA will also be eligible for registration with Oxford Brookes University for the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, subject to transition arrangements....
Lincoln’s Accountancy and Finance degree aims to equip students with vocationally relevant and academically rigorous education in a programme which also offers the opport
Lincoln’s Accountancy and Finance degree aims to equip students with vocationally relevant and academically rigorous education in a programme which also offers the opportunity for exemptions from a number of professional accountancy bodies. The programme provides the chance to develop practical and theoretical skills in both the nature and mechanics of financial information.
This course provides students with the opportunity to develop the critical-thinking skills, knowledge and problem-solving abilities that are needed by senior leaders and decision-makers in business. The ability to reflect critically on their role, both as private individuals and as members of society is also considered....