BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance


A student completing the BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance can expect to work in accounting and audit firms, banks, and at the managerial level of any business enterprise. The student can go into any finance or accounting role such as accountant, finance manager or management accountant.
Graduates gain immediate recognition and exemptions from the leading Professional Bodies including CIMA, ACCA and BICA (ICAEW). The immediate exemptions are as follows: CIMA = 6 exemptions; ACCA = 8 exemptions; BICA = 5 exemptions.


Applicants should have:

BGCSE/IGCSE - A minimum of 34 Points or 14 points in any of the following subject combinations: Maths/English, Maths/Commerce, Accounting/English, Accounting/Commerce.


The academic year of the degree programme starts June and September.

YEAR 1 Learning and Academic Skills Introduction to Venture Creation Use of ICT and Learning resources
Business Mathematics Business Communication Financial Accounting
Year 2 Financial Analysis Business Economics Management Accounting
Business and Corporate Law Professional Accountant Financial Accounting 2
Year 3 Management Accounting Applications Understanding and Managing Financial Role Financial Accounting and Reporting
Financial Risk Management Financial Management Enterprise Operations
Year 4 Strategic Management Accounting Business and Personal Tax Corporate Reporting
Audit and Assurance Corporate Finance Financial Decision Making
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Programme Leader

Mr Munyaradzi Nyandoro