BSc Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance is an essential part of any industry and business.  The objective of this degree is to enable people to understand principles of accounting and finance for making better decisions about financial investments and management of a firm or industry.

The accountant is involved at all stages in economic activity of organizations, whether private or government.  They design and manage financial system of an organization, and the information which they provide goes far beyond the organization and its executives, to a variety of other users such as investors, creditors, government agencies and banks.

After completion of BSc Accounting and Finance, the graduates may join and get exemptions for ACCA, ICAEW, CIMA, CPA Australia, ISCA at the professional stage.

Course List


EC1002               Introduction to economics

ST104A               Statistics 1 (half course) AND

MT105A              Mathematics 1 (half course)

FN1024               Principles of banking and finance

AC1025               Principles of accounting

One course (or two half courses) from Selection groups F1 and F2


EC2066               Microeconomics (EC1002 + MT105A)

AC3059               Financial management (AC1025) OR

FN3092               Corporate finance (EC1002 + MT105A or MT105B)

AC3091               Financial reporting (AC1025)

AC3093               Auditing and assurance (AC1025)

AC3097               Management accounting (AC1025)

One course from Selection groups B, E, or M

One 200 or 300 course (or two half courses) from any selection groups

* EC1002 Introduction to Economics must be taken with or after ST104A

Statistics 1 and MT105A Mathematics 1, not before.


  1. Please refer to the most current version of the EMFSS regulations. These can be found on the University of London International Programmes website.
  2. Parenthesis indicates the prerequisites of the course.
  3. The college will provide tuition for a selected number of optional courses. This selection will be based on students’ choices, number of students, and suitability of the course and availability of teachers.