BA (Hons) Accounting course is accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), for exemptions from ACCA papers F1-F9. It is also accredited by the Association of International Accountants (AIA).
A major vision of our Business School is practice-based learning, therefore, you will take part in practice weeks which focus on ‘learning by doing’ and provide great opportunities to work alongside businesses and other organisations.
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.
Through tasks in each year of your course and particularly through projects in the final year, you will address real, live problems brought to us by our partner employers. If you fully grasp these opportunities, you will leave with a professional attitude and with skills much sought after by employers. Your mind will be open to new approaches, to different cultures and to future learning. You will understand some of the real challenges of business and how to tackle them with a rigorous approach to practice informed by relevant theory and learning. You will be able to engage with the task of shaping future opportunities, not just of managing current business.
The program characterise this by our four pillars for all courses at the University of Bedfordshire Business School:
⦁ Contextual understanding
You will be ready for work, ready for continued study, ready for future life.
To apply you need to have completed your high school education (12 years) and have a pass equivalent to two A level passes, and have the required English language qualification.