Bsc Hons Degree aims and outcomes

					The principal aim of the BSc degree programme is to widen access to
Oxford Brookes University (OBU) and enable ACCA students across the world
the opportunity to obtain an OBU degree.

The BSc degree aims to enhance and extend the knowledge and skills gained
by you in your professional studies, and to improve your effectiveness as
a professional accountancy student and future finance professional.
Programme regulations

 The minimum academic entry requirements for registering on the BSc
degree are two A Levels plus three GCSEs (grade C or above) in five
separate subjects including Maths and English. Oxford Brookes University
recognises a number of other qualifications which satisfy the minimum
English language requirement, including a Pass in ACCA Paper F4,
Corporate and Business Law. Further details can be obtained from the
ACCA office at Oxford Brookes University.

If you registered with ACCA under the mature student entry route (MSER)
and do not have an acceptable English Language qualification, you will be
permitted to register for the BSc degree only after you have passed Paper
F4, Corporate and Business Law.

If you are a CAT student, and have passed the CAT Advanced level exam
papers, you meet all the entry requirements for the BSc degree.

 As a registered student, you may be given exemptions from one or more of
the nine ACCA specified exam papers. Exemption decisions are made by ACCA
and ACCA exemption policy is periodically reviewed by Oxford Brookes
University. However, if you wish to achieve the BSc degree you must sit
and pass all of the three ACCA subjects F7, F8 and F9.

No exemption can be given from the Professional Ethics Module or from the
Oxford Brookes University Research and Analysis Project (RAP).

 When you register with ACCA to undertake the ACCA Qualification, you are
automatically registered with Oxford Brookes University for the BSc
(Hons) in Applied Accounting, unless you opted-out of the BSc degree
programme at the time of initially registering with ACCA.

If you have opted-out, you may re-register for the BSc degree scheme
provided you have not passed any of the three subjects – F7, F8 and F9.
If you have passed any one of these three subjects you cannot then
register on to the BSc degree.

Conversion arrangements have been developed for completion of the BSc
degree if you have passed one or more ACCA professional scheme exams by,
or at, the June 2007 ACCA exam sitting.

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