ACCA > BSc Oxford Brookes

Overview

UCE is offering an internationally recognised BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting at its Prague campus. Degree will be awarded by Oxford Brookes University (United Kingdom). The main benefits students can gain by studying at UCE are that degree can be completed in significantly less time and at a fraction of cost compared with the traditional route.

With an international reputation for innovation, high quality education and research, and global relationships, it is not surprising that Oxford Brookes University has been voted the best modern university in the Sunday Times Good University Guide for 10 years in succession.

Entry Requirements

GCE A’ Level or equivalent

Higher secondary school diploma

Senior school certificate

International Baccalaureate

Applicants must also have reasonable level of English and Mathematics. 

Applicants who do not meet the eligibility criteria may take the foundation course in order to be eligible for this programme.

Awarding Body

Oxford Brookes University (United Kingdom)

Tuition Fee

€3800 per year

Duration

Up to 3 years

Hours of Study

Minimum 16 hours per week of formal classroom study. Students are also expected to study in their own time.

Assessment

Exams will be conducted by ACCA and research project will be assessed by Oxford Brookes University.

Course Structure

Students must pass all the following subjects, Ethics Module and Research Analysis Project.

Accountant in Business

Management Accountant

Financial Accounting

Corporate and Business Law

Performance Management

Taxation

Financial Reporting

Audit and Assurance

Financial Management

Professional Ethics

Complete a Research and Analysis Project (RAP), which examines particularly the ability of students to carry out research and analysis. The RAP consists of two separate documents; a 6,500 word Research Report (RR) and a 2,000 word Skills and Learning Statement (SLS).

After BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting

After successful completion of degree, you can study for Masters degree or other professional qualifications such as ACCA, CIMA, ACA, etc. 

With a range of key skills, students who are not looking for a career in accounting may choose to work in an array of roles in other industries.  According to recent research, graduate salaries for those working in the banking and finance sector are among the highest paying at an average of €35,000 per year.

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