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Robert Patterson
Postgraduate Studies in Accounting & Finance Co-ordinator


"The Postgraduate Studies in Accounting & Finance has been carefully crafted to meet the special needs of our target programme participants. We know that it will be demanding on participant’s time and commitment. It will also be intellectually rigorous. This is the nature of any professional accreditation and thereby makes it valued in the job market. WUTBS will be a partner with its participants, understanding their special needs and working with them along their career development journey. We are totally committed to teaching effectiveness, high standards of professional development and a “no one left behind” exam preparation policy. Although it will be tough, successful candidates will find the Postgraduate Studies in Accounting & Financewell worth the effort."

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Post-graduate Studies in Accounting & Finance

About the programme

Post-graduate Studies in Accounting & Finance is a three semester, post-graduation studies programme leading to a diploma granted by the Warsaw University of Technology Business School (WUTBS), an ACCA approved educational programme. The Programme is specifically designed for busy, working practitioners who are craving practical, relevant and high-value added management education. The target programme candidate is working in an accounting or finance function in a multi-national firm where English is the working language. The Programme will both upgrade workplace skills and enhance job market prospects.

Learning sessions will be completed in 10 month cycles over 2 days (Friday/Saturday) and culminate with course examinations at an equivalent ACCA standard. If participants wish, they will be permitted to attend repeat cycles at no cost.

 

Key Advantages of the Diploma in ACCA Accounting & Finance

• An investment in career growth and advancement

• ACCA is well recognized in the job market

• A degree from one of Poland's top-ranked business schools

• Designed for mature candidates, with work and family duties

• A stepping stone to other qualifications

• Bilingual teaching capacity in both Polish and English

• An exceptional practitioner teaching team

• Top-grade study and preparation material

 

Admission Requirements

To qualify for admission, participants must either:
possess a graduate degree (4-5 years) in a related field (e.g. economics, business studies, accounting or finance) and be fluent in the English language or possess a graduate degree in any subject, have at least 5 years working experience in accounting and/or finance and be fluent in the English language.

 

Instruction language

All applicants must be proficient in the English language. However, for learning purporses, the core programme is bilingual ending up in a qualification in English so that graduates can go onto further ACCA programmes. Initial sessions will be in Polish with two tests in Polish. Subsequent sessions, including a test and a final exam, will be in English. Throughout, all instructors will have capacity coach students in both languages.

 

Mode of studies:

Friday/Saturday

Language of Instruction:

Polish/English

Number of Instruction Hours:

3 semesters, 180 hours

Course start:

2017

 

Courses:

Core Programme:
Management Accounting (equivalent to ACCA F5)
Financial Reporting (equivalent to ACCA F7)
Financial Management (equivalent to ACCA F9)

Optional Electives (specilization):
Specialization 1 
Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Business (ACCA)
F6 - Taxation; F8 - Audit & Assurance
Specialization 2 Advanced Certificate in Global Business Services (ACCA)






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Warsaw University of Technology Business School
Koszykowa 79, 02-008 Warsaw
MBA Office:
tel. +48 22 234 70 89

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