BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

Accounting and Finance undergraduate programme is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge and understanding of the principles and practises associated with accounting and finance. This programme is a comprehensive system designed to manage the financial operations of an organisation. Its is an all in one solution that encompasses various operations, such as financial reporting , budget management, general ledger, payroll, accounts receivable, and payable management. Throughout the programme students will develop a strong foundation in accounting principles , financial analysis techniques and management practices. Students will learn how to to prepare and analyse financial statement, interpret financial data, assess financial risk, make informed business decisions and ensure compliance with relevant regulations. Overall Accounting and Finance programme aims to produce graduate who are who are confident, analytical and strategic thinkers who can effectively manage the financial affairs of organisations and make sound business decisions.

Upon completion of this accounting degree programme, students should have a comprehensive understanding of accounting principles, practices, and theories. The following are some of the key areas that students should understand:

  • Financial Statement: Students should be able to prepare and interpret financial statements such as balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements.
  • Accounting Principles: Students should have a solid grasp of accounting principles such as accrual accounting, revenue recognition, and expense matching.
  • Financial Analysis: Students should have a strong foundation in financial analysis such as ratio analysis, trend analysis and variance analysis.
  • Auditing: Students should be able to plan and perform auditing procedures, such as assessing internal controls, testing samples, and evaluating evidence.
  • Taxation: Students should have a basic understanding of taxation principles, such as calculating taxes, filling out tax returns, and managing tax compliance.
  • Accounting Software: Students should be able to use accounting software to record transactions, analyse financial data, and generate financial reports.
  • Ethics: Students should be able to appreciate the ethical principles involve in the practice of accounting and how to apply these principles to real-world situations.
 

At European Institute of Business Management, our programmes are designed to be entirely self-paced, providing students with the flexibility to learn according to their unique schedules. Unlike traditional programmes with a fixed duration, our approach allows individuals to progress through the learning material at their own pace, accommodating personal and professional commitments.

Graduates can pursue a range of career path in organizations such as

  • Financial Analysts
  • Accountants
  • Financial Manager
  • Auditor
  • Management Consultant
  • Controller
  • Managerial Accountant
 

Prospective students need to be at least 18 years old and hold a high school diploma or an equivalent qualification, prospective students must be proficient in English language, possess a basic computer skill, and have access to a reliable internet service. Applicants are required to have a high level of time management skill, understand basic mathematics, and must meet the institution's requirements.

Throughout the course or programme, customised exercises, assignments, and/or quizzes are used to track students' progress in learning. Such comprehensive assessment process is summative.

In order to graduate from the programme of study, students must complete all assessments and courses in full.

Every course's final exam can be attempted up to five times, giving you the flexibility to learn at your own pace and master the material.

Your highest grade obtained across all attempts will be considered as your final grade for that particular course. 

Your final grades, reflective of your highest achievements, will be clearly stated on your official transcript.

Institution Recognition

European Institute of Business Management is an active member of The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA). GALA’s Academic members include universities and colleges offering translation, interpreting, and localization-related programs, often at the masters degree level. They serve and support the Education Industry, language services and technologies industry. That industry encompasses translation, interpreting, localization, internationalization, and the technologies that support those activities. Membership in this association not only allows European Institute Of Business Management to stay abreast of industry trends but also provides networking opportunities and collaboration avenues.

Institution Accreditation

EIBM takes pride in being accredited by European Accreditation Council For Business Education EACBE.  European Accreditation council For Business Education certification helps to ensure strict quality control by evaluating institutions, organizations against global standards in governance, programmes, students, faculty, research, internationalisation, ethics, responsibility, sustainability, and interaction with the real world of practise.   European Accreditation Council For Business Education accreditation is an outstanding extensive institutional accrediting  body for business and management organizations . It is recognised globally by employers, educators, students, and organizations. 

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Our programme registration fee is a one-time payment with no hidden charges. This payment covers access to all learning materials throughout the programme. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate and transcript at no additional cost. Please note that all payments are displayed in your home country's currency. At EIBM we believe in transparency and accessibility, aiming to accommodate a diverse range of students. 

PROGRAMME MODULES

YEAR ONE

  • INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
  • INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING FINAL EXAM
  • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1
  • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1 FINAL EXAM
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINAL EXAM
  • MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
  • MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FINAL EXAM
  • ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM
  • ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM FINAL EXAM
  • MICROECONOMICS
  • MICROECONOMICS FINAL EXAM
  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW AND ETHICS
  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW AND ETHICS FINAL EXAM
  • MARKETING
  • MARKETING FINAL EXAM
  • QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR FINANCE
  • QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR FINANCE FINAL EXAM

YEAR TWO

YEAR THREE

£20.00
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