Cardiff Metropolitan University Qs

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Cardiff Metropolitan University Qs

Cardiff Metropolitan University Qs




Our BA (Hons) Accounting course is professionally accredited by the ACCA, CIMA and I​CAEW and students may obtain the maximum number of exemptions from these bodies’ professional examinations. The course will provide you with a comprehensive introduction to all areas of accounting and prepares you for further study at the final stages of professional accounting qualifications. In addition, we have a strategic partnership with Graham Paul Chartered Accountants, which provides for paid student placements with a view to graduate training contracts. Students taking the sandwich option will also undertake a year-long work placement between their second and third years.

   Modules (25)

  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Accounting
  • IT
  • Digital Accounting
  • Applied Management
  • Statistics and Quantitative Technologies
  • Financial Services
  • Management Accounting

Entry requirements

  • A-levels : ACC – 280 points from at least 2 A Levels
  • Cambridge CAE Advanced : 52
  • IELTS : 6
  • PTE Academic : 37
  • UCAS Tariff : 280
  • Other : Foundation route:Applicants must have a minimum of five GCSE passes grade A-C including English Language and Mathematics or equivalent and 80 UCAS Tariff Points (or equivalent).

    Degree:Five GCSE passes including English Language and Mathematics (at least grade C) or equivalent, plus one of the following:

    280 points from at least 2 A Levels / Scottish Advanced Higher passes to include grades CC
    QCF BTEC Diploma / Extended Diploma 280 points
    280 points from the Irish Leaving Certificate at Highers (C2 minimum grade considered)
    Pass Access with 45 credits at Level 3
    280 points from the Welsh Baccalaureate to include grades CC at A level or equivalent, Core counted as third subject
    Those undertaking AAT Level 4, are eligible for 2nd year entry.

    If your qualification isn’t listed above, please refer to the UCAS website.

    Candidates who do not possess normal minimum entry qualification are interviewed and considered individually by members of the course team on the basis of their prior learning or working background.