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  • Bachelor Degree 3 to 4 years.
  • HND or Associate Degree 2 years.
  • Top-Up 1 year.
  • Study abroad or work experience 1 year.
  • Tuition maximum £9,000/year for EU students at British public universities.

Accounting.

Careers. With a professional firm of accountants or in industry. To complete your professional qualification you will need 3 years of professional training and work experience. A newly qualified accountant in England could earn up to £42,000, according to a Hays survey in 2011 (Coventry Univesity).

  • BA (Hons) Accountancy, Coventry University. 3 years or 4 with work experience or study abroad. On the successful completion of this course you will be eligible for nine exemptions of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification and will be exempted from seven papers from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) syllabus.
  • BSc (Hons) Accounting, with Business Studies or Marketing, Canterbury Christ Church University. 3 years. Combine your Accounting Degree with either Business or Marketing.
  • BA (Hons) Accountancy, Southampton Solent University. 3 years standard; 4 years with Foundation or Language Year. The Degree provides graduates with relevant work related and personal transferable skills ranging from portfolio building and self-promotion to up-to-date technical accounting skills.
  • Bachelor of Accounting BAcc, American InterContinental University – London Campus. Specialization courses are structured to help you develop your goals as you acquire focused knowledge and skills common to accounting professionals in today's modern business world.
  • BSc Accounting and Management, University of Essex. Combine two disciplines of central importance in today’s business world.
  • BSc Banking and Finance, University of Essex. Develop a theoretica and practical knowledge of both disciplines.
  • BSc Accounting and Mathematics, University of Essex. A course with a strong broad base in the principles of accounting and mathematics. This faculty is strong in research.

Economics.

Careers. A Degree in Economics can lead to many career areas; this discipline fosters quantitative skills and critical thinkers and the emplyment rate for economists is always favourable.

  • BA (Hons) Economics, University of Central Lancashire. 3 years or 3 with Industrial Placement/Study Abroad. Methodological approaches and the application of economic theory to policy, techniques of economic modelling and forecasting are studied in years 1 and 2. Optional modules include the areas of economic history, international economics and business economics.
  • BSc (Hons) Economics, University of Central Lancashire. 3 years or 4 with Industrial Placement/Study Abroad. Economic modelling and the econometric aspects of economic analysis. The application of economic data to specific economic models and the critical analysis of the results obtained from these models, particularly in the area of forecasting. Optional modules include the areas of economic history, international economics and business economics.
  • BA (Hons) Economics, Coventry University. 3 years and possible year in industry with (paid) work experience. Develop problem solving skills, become adept in numeracy, IT and the use of statistical methods.
  • BA (Hons) International Economics and Trade, Coventry University. 3 years or 4 with work experience. This course encourages you to become a ‘global thinker’. You will focus on transnational interactions of firms and individuals through market exchanges and trade. You will also consider the impact of globalising processes due to developments in the communications media, technological and environmental changes, and the search for a new economic order.
  • BA (Hons) Financial Economics, Coventry University. 3 years or 4 with work experience or study abroad. This course will equip you with analytical skills and an ability to apply economics to solve real-world problems. It will provide you with a broad range of generic skills and abilities relevant to a wide range of graduate careers, especially in the financial sector.
  • BSc International Economics, University of Essex. 3 or 4 years. A solid grounding in all aspects of economics with an international focus on world trade, world economy, international monetary relations. Optional year abroad.
  • BSc Management Economics, University of Essex. 4 years. In this programme you will analyse the economics of a business or organization and investigate how they operate. Spend year 3 abroad.
  • BSc Economics including Year Abroad, University of Essex. Learn about how organisations and individuals produce, consume and supply goods. Spend year 3 abroad. 4 years.
  • BA Accounting with Economics, University of Essex. Flexible programme offering specialisations such as Macroeconomics, International Trade and environmental Economics.
  • BSc Economics with Mathematics, University of Essex. Combination of advanced skills in knowledge in both areas. Possibility of Year Abroad.
  • Economics courses with a Modern language, University of Essex. Study for a BSc Economics and add French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese.
 

Economics and Business.

Careers. Economist involved in fundamental decisions and their skills are needed in all sectors of industry.

  • BA (Hons) Business Economics, University of Central Lancashire, Preston. 3 years or 4 with Industrial Placement/Study Abroad. Analysis and communication, numeracy and data handling, critical evaluation, conceptual thinking and advocacy and persuasion.

Finance.

Careers. International capital markets, banking, auditing, taxation, leasing. the financial sector, either as an independent personal financial advisor or for financial institutions like banks, building societies and insurance companies.

  • BA (Hons) Global Financial Management, Regent’s Business School, London. 3 year Degree; electives in Years 2 and 3. Develop skills in mathematical techniques, financial reports, financial management and planning, understand capital markets, and evaluate cash flows.
  • BA (Hons) International Finance and Accounting, Coventry University – London Campus. 3 years or 4 with work experience/study abroad. Finance and Accounting in the City of London, opportunity to gain exemptions from papers of professional accounting body qualifications (CIMA and ACCA in particular), teachers with strong global business, finance and accounting experience and links, field trips.
  • BA (Hons) Business and Finance, Southampton Solent University. Final Year on top of an HND Business.
  • BSc Finance with Mandarin, University of Essex. Become proficient in Madarin while gainig an academic training in the principles of finance. Spend year 3 in China, a strong contender in the Global business environment.
  • BSc Financial Management, University of Essex. Acquire a sound knowledge of key management areas such as organizational behavior, business strategy and the international business environment.
  • BSc Banking Finance and Modern Languages, University of Essex. Opportunity to combine professional finance and banking skills with modern languages. Be ready to work on the international scene.

Finance and Accounting.

Careers. Professional Accountant, Accounting and Finance Management in the business or financial sectors.

  • BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance, Canterbury Christ Church University. 3 years. It is more exciting than ever to study Accounting and Finance. At the heart of all business decisions, accounting and finance evolve constantly in response to the challenges of a dynamic economic, political and social world.
  • BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance, Coventry University. 3 years or 4 with work experience. If you like accounting and finance but don’t know which to specialize in, you can to look at both with this course before making a decision.
  • BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance, University of Central Lancashire. 3 years or 4 with work/study abroad. Perfect if you want a career as a professional Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW) and also suitable for a career in management.
  • BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Management, University of Central Lancashire. 3 years or 4 with work/study abroad. Primarily if you wish a career as a professional Chartered Management Accountant/Chartered Global Management Accountant with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
  • BA (Hons) Accountancy and Finance, Southampton Solent University. 3 years standard; 4 years with Foundation. Specialise in accounting and finance or broaden your knowledge in a wider business context.

Finance and Investment.

Careers. Advisor on personal finance on a professional basis, Independent financial adviser, Worker for a company in the financial services sector.

  • BA (Hons) Finance and Investment, Coventry University. 3 years or 4 years with work experience or study abroad. The course includes topics from finance and investment, economics, accounting, and marketing. You will also study for the Certificate for Financial Advisers, a professional qualification.
 

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