New approach to professional training – BSc Professional Accountancy
Find out how this new programme, due to launch in September 2012, will enable you to target graduate-calibre school leavers committed to a career in the accountancy profession. It combines academic, professional and practical learning.
A live webinar took place on Tuesday 29 May 2012 providing a detailed overview of this new work-based programme targeted at graduate-calibre school leavers committed to a career in the accountancy profession.
The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has partnered with ICAEW and training providers SWAT UK to develop a four to six year programme of study, which integrates AAT and ACA professional qualifications and a degree. Trainees spend most of their time working for their employer, studying through a mixture of on-line seminars, self-management study and a mixture of short courses at UWE.
- Benefits of the programme to your organisation
- Programme structure
- Programme content
- Application process
- Fees and funding
If you missed the webinar you can watch the recording of New approach to professional training – UWE Bristol BSc Professional Accounting. which contains the entire presentation, including the Q&A session, below.