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Combined AAT & B.Sc. [Hons] in Applied Accounting
               [Awarded by Oxford Brookes University, UK]




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         AAT & B.Sc. [Honours] in Applied Accounting [Year 1]

Graduates of the Association of Accounting Technicians [AAT] can obtain both a B.Sc. [Honours] in Applied Accounting and the
ACCA professional qualifications. ACCA's innovative partnership with Oxford Brookes University paved the way for this
ground-breaking opportunity. The degree is awarded by Oxford Brookes University, a University of Distinction and Excellence
on completing the ACCA fundamental level examinations, and submitting a Research & Analysis Project. ACCA is the largest
and fastest-growing international accountancy body, with over 411,000 students and members in 170 countries.

 Course Title:                                    Combined AAT & B.Sc.[Honours] Degree in Applied Accounting

 Duration:                                        6 Months [for Units 30 & 31] and 12 Months [for Units 5, 6, 15, 30, 31 & 32]

 What are the Entry requirements?                 No formal qualification required but achievement of a GCE is advisable
                                                  Diploma and degree holders in a non-business or accounting related subject

 When can I commence study?                       Full-time [September, January, March and June each year]
                                                  Part-time [September, January, March and June each year]
                                                  Distance Learning [You may commence at anytime in the year]

 What will I study?                               Unit 30: Introductory Accounting [IAC] [E] [Equivalent to NVQ units 1, 2 & 3]
                                                  Unit 31: Accounting Work Skills [AWS] [S] [Combines NVQ units 4, 7, 21, 22, 23]
                                                  Unit 05: Financial Accounting [FA] [E]
                                                  Unit 06: Recording and Analysing Costs & Revenues [RACR] [E]
                                                  Unit 15: Operating a Cash Management & Credit Control System [CMCC] [S]
                                                  Unit 32: Professional Ethics for Accounting Technicians [PEAT] [S]
                                                  [E] = Examination [S] = Skills Test

 How is the course assessed?                      By Paper-Based Examination [3 hours] & Skills Test [As Applicable]

 Any Exemptions?                                  Achievement of 80% or more by Online Assessment. Visit www.aatskillcheck.org

 Any deadlines I should know about?               Register with AAT by 1st March for June Exam. [30th Sept. for Dec. Exam]
                                                  Enter for the Exams. by 15th April for June Exam. [30th Oct. for Dec. Exam]

 What next after the course?                      Advance to the Diploma level [Year 2] of the degree programme or Employment

 Can I combine this with another course?          SAGE Line 50 & Payroll, Quick book, Pastel, TAS, MS Excel etc. are recommended

 What is the tuition fee?                    Home [i.e. candidates not requiring a visa to undertake study]:
                                                  £300.00 per unit [includes texts, skills test, lecture & access to our online resources]
                                             International or Overseas [i.e. candidates requiring a visa to undertake study]:
                                                  £1,750 p.a. [includes texts, skills test, lecture & access to our online resources]

 What if I need further information?              Contact Goldsmith IBS on +44 [0] 207 820 8212 or email: info@goldsmithibs.com
                                                  Association of Accounting Technicians, 154 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1R 5AD
                                                  Telephone: +44 [0] 207 415 7500             Tel: +44 [0] 207 415 7644
                                                  Email:      studentservices@aat.org.uk     Web: www.aat.org.uk



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                                           Accounting & Finance
         AAT & B.Sc. [Honours] in Applied Accounting [Year 2]

Graduates of the Association of Accounting Technicians [AAT] can obtain both a B.Sc. [Honours] in Applied Accounting and the
ACCA professional qualifications. ACCA's innovative partnership with Oxford Brookes University paved the way for this
ground-breaking opportunity. The degree is awarded by Oxford Brookes University, a University of Distinction and Excellence
on completing the ACCA fundamental level examinations, and submitting a Research & Analysis Project. ACCA is the largest
and fastest-growing international accountancy body, with over 411,000 students and members in 170 countries.

 Course Title:                                    Combined AAT & B.Sc.[Honours] Degree in Applied Accounting

 Duration:                                        Twelve [12] Months

 What are the Entry requirements?                 Completed Year 1, NVQ 3, HND, degree or professional accounting qualifications

 When can I commence study?                       Full-time [September, January, March and June each year]
                                                  Part-time [September, January, March and June each year]
                                                  Distance Learning [You may commence at anytime in the year]

 What will I study?                               Unit 10: Managing Systems & People in the Accounting Environment [MPS] [S] [C]
                                                  Unit 11: Drafting Financial Statements [DFS] [E] [C]
                                                  Unit 33: Management Accounting [E] [C] [Equivalent to NVQ Units 8 & 9]
                                                  PLUS: An option of 2 from 3 the following Units:
                                                  Unit 17: Implementing Audit Procedures [IAP] [S] O]
                                                  Unit 18: Preparing Business Tax Computations [BTC] [E] [O]
                                                  Unit 19: Preparing Personal Tax Computations [PTC] [E] [O]
                                                  [E] = Examination [S] = Skills Test [C] = Compulsory [O] = Optional

 How is the course assessed?                      By Paper-Based Examination [3 hours] & Skills Test [As Applicable]

 Any Exemptions?                                  None

 Any deadlines I should know about?               Register with AAT by 1st March for June Exam. [30th Sept. for Dec. Exam]
                                                  Enter for the Exams. by 15th April for June Exam. [30th Oct. for Dec. Exam]

 What next after the course?                      Advance to the Foundation Degree [Year 3] of degree programme or Employment

 Can I combine this with another course?          SAGE Line 50 & Payroll, Quick book, Pastel, TAS, MS Excel etc. are recommended

 What is the tuition fee?                    Home [i.e. candidates not requiring a visa to undertake study]:
                                                  £300.00 per unit [includes texts, skills test, lecture & access to our online resources]
                                             International or Overseas [i.e. candidates requiring a visa to undertake study]:
                                                  £1,750 p.a. [includes texts, skills test, lecture & access to our online resources]

 What if I need further information?              Contact Goldsmith IBS on +44 [0] 207 820 8212 or email: info@goldsmithibs.com
                                                  Association of Accounting Technicians, 154 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1R 5AD
                                                  Telephone: +44 [0] 207 415 7500             Tel: +44 [0] 207 415 7644
                                                  Email:      studentservices@aat.org.uk     Web: www.aat.org.uk


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                                          Accounting & Finance
        AAT & B.Sc. [Honours] in Applied Accounting [Year 3]
Graduates of the Association of Accounting Technicians [AAT] can obtain both a B.Sc. [Honours] in Applied Accounting and the
ACCA professional qualifications. ACCA's innovative partnership with Oxford Brookes University paved the way for this
ground-breaking opportunity. The degree is awarded by Oxford Brookes University, a University of Distinction and Excellence
on completing the ACCA fundamental level examinations, and submitting a Research & Analysis Project. ACCA is the largest
and fastest-growing international accountancy body, with over 411,000 students and members in 170 countries.

Course Title:                                    Combined AAT & B.Sc.[Honours] Degree in Applied Accounting

Duration:                                        Twelve [12] to Eighteen [18] Months

What are the Entry requirements?                 Foundation Degree in Accounting [FdA], CAT, AAT, completed Year 2 of the degree

When can I commence study?                       Full-time [September, January, March and June each year]
                                                 Part-time [September, January, March and June each year]
                                                 Distance Learning [You may commence at anytime in the year]

What will I study?                               Paper F5: Performance Management [PM]’
                                                 Paper F6: Taxation [TX] [Great Britain Variant]
                                                 Paper F7: Financial Reporting [FR] [International Stream]
                                                 Paper F8: Audit and Assurance [AA] [International Stream]
                                                 Paper F9: Financial Management [FM]
                                                 Oxford Brookes University Research and Analysis Project

How is the course assessed?                      By Paper-Based Examination & Project-Based Assessment

Any Exemptions?                                  None

Any deadlines I should know about?               Register with the ACCA by 31st December for the next June Examination
                                                 Register with the ACCA by 15th August for the next December Examination

What next after the course?                      Advance to ACCA Professional Level [Final], M.Sc., MBA and/or Employment

Can I combine this with another course?          SAGE Line 50 & Payroll, Quick book, Pastel, TAS, MS Excel etc. are recommended

What is the tuition fee?                     Home [i.e. candidates not requiring a visa to undertake study]:
                                                 £320.00 [Three Hundred and Twenty Pounds] per paper *
                                             International or Overseas [i.e. candidates requiring a visa to undertake study]:
                                                  £2,000 [Two Thousand Pounds] per annum*
                                             * Fees include texts from an official ACCA publisher & access to our online resources]

What if I need further information?              Contact Goldsmith IBS on +44 [0] 207 820 8212 or email: info@goldsmithibs.com
                                                 ACCA Connect, 2 Central Quay, No. 89 Hydepark Street, Glasgow, G3 8BW
                                                 Telephone: +44 [0] 141 582 2000        Fax: +44 [0] 141 582 2222
                                                 Email:       info@accaglobal.com      Web: www.accaglobal.com




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