Studying Accounting and/or Finance at Manchester Jenni Rose

Studying Accounting and/or Finance at Manchester Jenni Rose

Studying Accounting and/or Finance at Manchester Jenni Rose Programme Director BSc Accounting Original Thinking Applied What are we going to cover? Choices choices..which programme is best for you? Why The University of Manchester? Why Manchester? Where will your degree take you? Original Thinking Applied Why study Accounting and/or Finance? Original Thinking Applied

Prof Anne Stafford Prof Stuart Turley Prof Ken McPhail Prof Chris Humphrey Original Thinking Applied What is our Aim? Original Thinking Applied Teaching methods High-quality teaching informed by leading-edge research that contributes to a learning experience that is broad, flexible and up-to-date Teaching Assessment

Lectures Guest lectures Workshops Tutorials Blended learning Examinations Assessed coursework Project work Final year project Presentations You will have opportunities to enhance your communication skills through presentations, group work and projects throughout your degree Original Thinking Applied Include an optional work placement year Our courses BSc (Hons) Accounting

- 3 or 4 years Specialised accounting degrees run by Alliance MBS offering an accelerated route to qualify as a Chartered Accountant BSc (Hons) Business Accounting - 4 years NEW Flying Start degree at Alliance MBS delivered in partnership with PwC Integrated paid placements in PwCs audit department in years 2, 3 and 4 BAEcon Accounting and Finance BAEcon Economics and Finance BAEcon Finance - 3 years Specialist pathways run by the School of Social Sciences. Flexible programmes allowing you to study accounting and finance with a strong grounding in the social sciences BSc (Hons) Management (Accounting and Finance) - 3 or 4 years A specialist pathway offered as part of BSc (Hons) Management (Specialism) run by Alliance MBS

Original Thinking Applied Visit our stand to collect your copy includes full course structures for all programmes Course structure Year 1 Financial Reporting COR E Financial Decision Making Introductory Management Accounting All units are 10 credits unless indicated BSc Accounting / BSc Business Accounting

BAEcon Accounting and Finance / Finance CORE units plus Mathematics Statistics Microeconomics [20] Macroeconomics [20] 20 credits from Philosophy, Politics, Sociology or Social Anthropology Auditing and Professional Accounting Practice [20]

Law in a Management Context Quantitative Methods [20] Options in Management [20] Microeconomics 10 credits from Economics, Study Skills or Applied Statistics for Social Scientists BSc Management (A&F) Academic and Career Development Case Studies in Management Economic Principles Financial Decision Making Fundamentals of Financial Reporting Fundamentals of Management Accounting Intro to Management and Organisation Studies Intro to Work Psychology Marketing Foundations Quantitative Methods

Macroeconomics Original Thinking Applied Visit our stand to collect your copy includes full course structures for all programmes Course structure Year 2 BSc Accounting and BAEcon Accounting and BSc Management Business Accounting Finance (A&F) Management Accounting Management Accounting Management Accounting Foundations of Finance

Foundations of Finance Foundations of Finance Financial Reporting Financial Reporting Law Financial Statement Analysis Financial Statement Analysis Taxation Investment Analysis Foundations of Finance Plus Social Science options Plus Business-related options Business Strategy Original Thinking Applied

Visit our stand to collect your copy includes full course structures for all programmes Course structure Final year BSc Accounting BSc Business Accounting BAEcon Accounting & Finance / BSc Core course units Core course units Corporate Financial Advanced Financial Communication & Valuation Accounting Accountability & Auditing Business Planning (Tax)

Contemporary Issues in Financial Analysis of Financial Reporting Corporate Reporting Management (A&F) All optional course units The choice is often determined on whether you have the required pre-requisites for the Optional courses can focus on Finance, Accounting, both Optional courses with a course so when you are recommendation to include a choosing your 2nd year options digital course

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Employability Ca r Fa ee irs rs Graduate job Internships Employability Mentor programme Placement officer Graduate job Placement Internships Manchester Graduate Talent Exclusive internships Programme contributors Original Thinking Applied

Visit ou r stand informa for more t collect ion and to your c op y Work placements Students on BSc Business Accounting will have a placement with PwC and students on BSc Accounting / Management (Accounting and Finance) are supported in their search for a placement which will take place between their second and final year Earn a salary average 17,000 / up to 33,600 (2019-20) Gain valuable relevant work experience Integrate academic theory with professional practice Build a network of industry contacts Support with your applications and interviews My placement developed my analytical skills, time management and networking, challenged my understanding of accounting principles and grew my confidence through real life client-facing

situations. Asma Wali Original Thinking Applied Visit ou r stand informa for more t collect ion and to your c op y Proven impact of placements 100% of Accounting placement students received graduate job offers during their placement year in 2017 The vast majority of Business Accounting graduates will receive a graduate job offer from PwC following successful completion of the placement element of their programme and graduating with a 2.1 or above

An invaluable experience at a professional accounting firm. I learnt a great deal and am looking forward to returning after graduation. Lucy Thompson Original Thinking Applied Placement companies Just a few examples of companies employing our students on work placements and/or internships Original Thinking Applied BSc (Hons) Management (Accounting and Finance) Entry requirements AAB at A-level plus GCSE Maths and English Language at grade B/6 IB: 35 with 6,6,5 in Higher Level subjects plus no less than 5 for Standard Level English and 5 for Maths (Maths Studies is accepted) Applications are processed by Alliance Manchester

Business School [email protected] BSc (Hons) Accounting - N400 BSc (Hons) Accounting with Industrial/Professional Experience - N401 BSc (Hons) Business Accounting N403 AAA at A-level plus GCSE Maths grade A/7 and GCSE English Language grade B/6 IB: 36 with 6,6,6 in Higher Level subjects plus no less than 5 for Standard Level English and 6 for Maths (Maths Studies is not accepted) Applications are processed by Alliance Manchester Business School [email protected] Approx 100 places available BAEcon Accounting & Finance NN43 BAEcon Finance N300 BAEcon Economics & Finance LN13 AAB at A-level (specific subjects required, General Studies not accepted) plus GCSE Maths

grade B/6 and GCSE English Language grade C IB: 35 points overall with 6,6,5 in Higher Level subjects (see website for more IB Maths and English requirements) Applications are processed by the School of Social Sciences [email protected] Approx 200 places available Original Thinking Applied Find out more on campus today Visit our subject stands to speak to staff and current students BSc programmes Alliance Manchester Business School (Building 26) PwC are also delivering a separate session for BSc Business Accounting at 11am and 2pm in 2.007 BAEcon programmes Arthur Lewis Building (Building 36) Original Thinking Applied Alliance MBS Scholarships

Social responsibility scholarships 2,000 per year Eligibility criteria: AAA students who demonstrate a significant commitment to social responsibility through, for example, volunteering, charitable work, community-based projects or fundraising International stellar scholarships 2,000 per year Available to international students from specific countries Find out more at www.alliancembs.ac.uk/ug/scholarships The closing date for applications is 31st August 2020 please wait until you receive your results before submitting your application Original Thinking Applied Student Panel Q&A Meet Sue, Ashlin and Jay Original Thinking Applied Meet your Connect with current Alliance MBS students via unibuddy

Want to ask which course units they enjoyed the most? Need some advice about placements? Wondering which halls our students rate? Chat to our current students in person today, or after the Open Day via unibuddy visit www.alliancembs. ac.uk/study/unibuddy Original Thinking Applied How did we do? Please complete a mini-survey on this subject talk bit.ly/uomopenday2019 Stay in touch Drop me a line at any time [email protected] BSc Admissions Enquiries 0161 306 3425/3095

[email protected] BAEcon Admissions Enquiries 0161 275 1473/4748 [email protected] @lifeatmbs manchestermbs @mbsnews Original Thinking Applied

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