|United Kingdom, conventry
|£16,800 per year
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Students who have successfully completion of undergraduate degree with a minimum of 2:1 or 70%. Students are required to have a UKVI IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Sound financial knowledge and accountancy skills are needed so businesses can make the right decisions, develop the right strategies and achieve growth, while also considering issues of ethics and sustainability. Many management roles require an understanding of budgeting and financial administration, to ensure the business remains on track and meets its targets.
Upon successful completion, you will be able to:
Explore and evaluate the complex and dynamic global business environment in which accounting and finance operate including awareness of interdependencies between the regulatory, legal, ethical and economic frameworks.Identify, extract and interpret data from a variety of financial and other numerical sources using appropriate financial analysis techniques and an appreciation of statistical concepts.Record and summarise transactions and other global economic events, prepare financial statements in compliance with relevant regulatory requirements and demonstrate awareness of the contexts in which accounting data and information is processed and used, by different stakeholder groups.Demonstrate an understanding of the financial needs of business entities, an appreciation of how theory and evidence may be used to guide practice, the workings of capital markets, and the relationships between risk and return.Critically evaluate a range of contemporary theories, models and concepts in accounting and finance, and synthesise these to devise optimal investment and financial risk management strategies for entities including managing investment portfolios and currency risk.Apply critical, analytical and problem-solving skills, including critical analysis and evaluation of data, drawing reasoned conclusions to formulate effective strategies for individuals or organisations.Use digital information and communications technology4 for the acquisition, analysis and communication of information.Effectively communicate and present quantitative and qualitative information, analysis and findings in a form appropriate to the intended audience.Evidence effective critical self-reflection, ethical awareness, intercultural awareness and well-developed interpersonal skills including numeracy, collaborative problem-solving and effective time management.
Designed to prepare you for a successful career in finance, accounting or management, this course aims to offer you opportunities to gain industry experience, such as field trips, live cases with clients, business simulations and work experience2.
You should have the confidence to give sound financial advice and make effective financial decisions. You should be well placed to pursue a wide variety of potential future careers options in areas such as:
FinanceManagementAccountingBankingPersonal and corporate financeBusinessEducation in private, public and third sector organisations.
Alternatively, this course could set you on the path towards further study for a professional qualification as a Chartered Accountant.
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