Accounting and Finance - BA (Hons)
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SummaryCourse OutlineAfter your studiesHow to applySummary Birmingham City BusinessSchoolSchoolThe Department of Accountancy and FinanceCampusCity North Tariff280 - A minimum tariff score of 280 points made up of a minimum of two passes A2 Level, two 6 unit or one 12 unitAVCE.Duration Full Time: 3 years
Sandwich: 4 yearsFees Full Time: £3,225 per year
International Students: £9,250 International GDLEnquiries UK/EU students may contact firstname.lastname@example.org (+44 (0)121 3315595). Non-EU students may use the International Enquiry Form.OverviewThe study of finance and associated decisions are vital to ensure efficient and effective wealth creation. At some stage, allorganisations have to present their performance in the form of financial statements, and to interpret such statements to monitor the health of the company behind them.
Based on practical skills andreflection, the course introduces you to the key principles and practices of accountancy and finance, together with a foundation of business knowledge and personal transferable skills. It provides theappropriate theoretical underpinning to ensure you cope with new developments and business change, and allows you to develop critical and analytical problem-solving skills.
Embracing legal, taxation,regulatory and institutional issues within a national and international context, the course provides the intellectual knowledge and technical skills needed to successfully pursue a career within an accountingor a finance function.
If you follow a Sandwich programme with an appropriate work placement, you may also obtain full AAT membership on
completion of the degree.
The BA (Hons) Accounting andFinance, and BA (Hons) Accountancy share a common first year. It may therefore be
possible to transfer from one course to another at the end of the year (depending on space on the course) to ensure the...
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