BA (Hons) Accounting

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  • Duration 3.5 years
  • Class Duration 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM or 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Institution UOB ( UK )
  • Seats Available 50 Student
  • Level


The degree course for you if you seek a career in accountancy or an accounting function in business, and offers the maximum ACCA exemptions available at undergraduate level. Practise using the latest technology, then proceed to advanced study of financial and management accounting, taxation, financial management and auditing. The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) awards exemptions from its F1 to F9 papers for those students successfully completing relevant units.On completing this course students are likely to progress to work as a Finance Officer , Corporate Accountants, Internal Auditors, Office Administration Assistant, Accounts Professional/Clerk, Appraiser, Bank Compliance Officer A graduate degree can also support further postgraduate study in the field of business, either through a masters qualification, or a PhD.


Foundation - Foundation of Business Firms, Concepts in Financial Markets and Institutions, Principles of Marketing, Business Communications, Fundamentals of Financial Management, Introduction to Accounting, English.

First Year - Principles of  Management, Business Economics, Banking Fundamentals, Business Accounting, Principles of Financial Management-I, Decision Making Techniques, Financial Markets and Institutions, Organizational Behavior, English.

Second Year - Principles of Financial Management II, Principles of Banking, Managerial Accounting, Statistical Methods, Financial Reporting, Banking Technology, Taxation, Cost Accounting, English.

Final Year - Financial Accounting, Auditing, Financial Management, Specialist  Project in Accounting.



Methods of Assessments

The course will use a range of assessment methods to enhance the student learning experience and improve employability .The assessments will be designed to support the overall course learning outcomes.

Individual Written Reports

Your enterprise is developed and assessed along with your knowledge and skills. You will be required to collect information, evaluate and analyse it, and proceed to conclusion and recommendations in a clear, concise and professional way.

Unseen examinations

Examinations will be set that promote critical thinking, analysis, application, appraisal and synthesis of material to create a more reflective learner.

Coursework assignments:

These are designed to help you manage tasks individually over a period of time. They will also assist you in applying and contextualising your knowledge.

Specialist Project Report: A crucial individual piece of work, it provides you with an opportunity to work independently with a supervisor at length, on a topic that particularly interests you. It is also an effective means of research training, which helps to develop advanced intellectual skills such as evaluation, analysis and synthesis, as well as management skills



Progression Route

First Year (Level 4)

  • Have to pass Foundation (Certificate in Business) and IELTS (4.5 overall, 4 on individual skills)
  • For the credits (have to sum all cresits of foundation subjects as per new syllabus

Second Year (Level 5)

  • Have to pass First Year (120 credits) plus Foundation (100 credits) and IELTS (5 overall, 4.5 on individual skills)

Final Year (Level 6)

  • Have to pass Foundation (100 credits), First Year and Second Year (240 credits) plus IELTS (5.5 overall, 5 on individual skills)



Admission Entry Criteria

Matriculated or IGCSE or GCE"O" level or equivalent

IELTS (at least Overall 5.5, Individual 5 band scores) for Final Year


Application Forms

Copy of Matriculated or IGCSE or GCE "O" Level Certificates

Copy of Transcript of Certificates

Copy of NRC Card

Copy of Family Member List (Census)

Recommendation Letter (In English)

Copy of Other Certificate (if any)

Copy of Passport (if any)

Passport photos (any color background)



Entry Points

(Foundation Intake) - January/February, June/July,October/November

(Final Year Intake) - February, October





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