Accountancy and finance
Studying accountancy and finance
Global demand for accountancy and financial management skills means that those who qualify in the profession can compete for roles across a broad range of businesses and sectors, from small enterprises, public-sector organisations and charities to large multi-national corporations.
The field of accountancy and financial management can be broken down into two broad categories, financial accounting and management accounting and typical course types include MBA, MSc, Master in Management (MIM), CIMA, ACCA, ACA.
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There are several professional bodies in the sector, ranging from those that cover all areas of accounting to those that offer postgraduate training in specific areas such as management accounting, public finance and auditing.
Employment options in accounting and financial management fall across a broad range of areas, from public sector and charity organisations to global corporations, banks and tax authorities, actuaries and business consultancies.
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Featured postgraduate accountancy, finance & business courses including MBA, MSc, Master in Management, CIMA, ACCA.