Course is starting in October 2017
The BSc in Accounting and Finance will provide you with a solid foundation and technical skills in accounting and finance. We will help you to develop quantitative, communications and information technology skills and the ability to apply these skills in an accounting and finance context. You will learn how managers, shareholders and other stakeholders make decisions in organisations.
A/AS-levels: ABB. Two AS-levels may be considered in place of one A-level. General Studies accepted.
EPQ with A-levels: BBB + EPQ at grade B. Two AS-levels considered in place of one A-level. General Studies accepted.
GCSE: Maths at grade B plus English Language at grade C.
Access to HE Diploma: Pass relevant diploma with some credits distinction.
International Baccalaureate: Pass Diploma with 30 points, with grade 5 in SL Maths.
BTEC Nationals: Full Diploma with DDD, plus GCSE requirements as above.
Other national and international qualifications considered. If you do not meet the entry requirements for this course, you can apply for the International Foundation Year run by our dedicated International Study Centre. The ISC provides academic and English language support to help you progress to your chosen undergraduate degree at the University of Leicester.
Starting in 2017
An inflationary increase (2.8% based on RPIX*) in tuition fees and student support loans have been announced by the Government for 2017. This is still subject to formal parliamentary approval however, if approved; fees for 2017/18 entry could rise to £9,250 in 2017/18.
After 2017/18, the tuition fee you pay may increase annually in line with inflation (RPIX) and is subject to government regulations.
(*RPIX is a measure of inflation in the UK, equivalent to all items in the Retail Price Index (RPI) excluding mortgage interest payments.)
Year Abroad: your fee will be £1,250 for that year.
Year in Industry: your fee will be 15% of the full-time tuition fee that applies in that year.
Alongside your academic work we recognise that it is also important that you gain experience and develop your skills. The School’s dedicated in-house Career Development Manager works closely with the University’s Career Development Service to make sure you get support to achieve your aspirations.
Whether you want to make a difference in the voluntary sector, start your own business or reach the top in an organisation, there are specially designed programmes and activities here at Leicester that can support you in the getting the right skills, experiences and exposure you need.
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