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This project aims to enable students to develop a more focused understanding of an accounting and/or related issue that is of interest to related stakeholders or society in general. It relies on the knowledge and skills acquired in the modules studied and reinforces the critical mind-set that is expected of IDEA academy students.
This project brings together the knowledge and understanding gained during the accounting with management and analytics degree programme and allows students to apply and integrate their research skills, with the objective to critically investigate a topical issue within the broad area of accounting and/or its related areas (e.g. audit, risk, regulation, governance, financial markets, taxation, financial management).
This project is a self-directed project in which students identify a problem or question to investigate. Students will be assisted by a tutor and given guidance on how to prepare, plan and complete the research-led project. By the end of this module, students are expected to be able to use their research skills effectively and to apply their competencies and knowledge to engage in situations simulating real-life professional tasks and assignments.
• Individuals seeking to advance their academic and professional knowledge in Accounting.
• Individuals wanting to pursue a wide range of accounting, consulting, financial and managerial career paths.
• Individuals wanting to enhance their ability to interpret, assess and communicate financial related data.
The potential positions for which this programme aims to prepare could be and are not limited to:
• Financial Accountant
• Management Accountant
• Tax Accountant
• Accounts Assistant
• Financial Controller
• Risk Analyst
• Compliance officer
• Auditor including internal audit function
• Financial crime analyst.
• Treasury Manager
• Financial Manager
How you’ll be assessed
The method of assessment is assignment-based.
The course comprises:
• 6 lectures per module;
• 3-hour lectures (evening);
• 12 hours of online content per module, comprising synchronous online discussions, tutorials and/or videos.
Assessment is carried out via two mandatory components:
• Modular Assessment;
• Project Assessment
The course also includes additional, specialised support to help you write your Dissertation, including classes on Qualitative/Quantitative data analysis tools, as well as Dissertation Workshops.