Ulster University, in partnership with QA Higher Education
his course provides a comprehensive grounding in theory and practice, and an excellent foundation to becoming a Qualified Accountant. It also provides an opportunity to secure exemptions from all of the major Professional Accountancy Bodies, whilst keeping many options open to successful graduates to pursue other careers involving Accounting, Business and Finance.
The accounting and finance discipline challenges you to problem-solve and make decisions that consider the current and long-term future of the economy, society and ecology. This programme fundamentally requires you to be future-facing and to think of consequences of actions.
GCSE grade B in Mathematics, or international equivalent.
Grades BCC at A-Level, or international equivalent (NARIC); or
Merit profile in the UK accredited QCF/NQF Level 3 qualification worth 180 credits and/or 1060 Guided Learning Hours (as defined by Ofqual)
For country-specific entry requirements, please visit the entry requirements page.
Students with a foundation degree or an International Foundation Programme may also be considered for entry provided that the qualification equates to at least 1,060 Guided Learning Hours or 120 CATS credits/60 ECTS credits and have achieved an average of 55%.
Upon graduation, you should find your combination of knowledge and skills in demand with a wide range of potential employers and you will be empowered either to embark immediately on a professional career in accountancy or to undertake further study at the Masters level.
Typical career opportunities include:
Each module is assessed by a combination of coursework and examination, or by coursework only.