Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Accounting and Finance

Unique Features:

The programme comprises audit simulation lessons which allow students to gain hands-on experience of the auditing process by actually auditing a fictional business. Students work through the audit process, providing concrete examples and realistic processes as the simulation progresses. The next best thing to undertaking a real audit in a real business.

Programme Details:

The BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance programme seeks to provide a foundation for lifelong learning with a strong emphasis on the development of appropriate knowledge, skills and professional values essential to the exercise of an accounting and finance specialism, whether in industry or public practice. It has been designed to provide a thorough grounding in financial reporting, management accounting and corporate finance. It aims to develop technically competent, broad-based individuals who think and communicate effectively and who have the basis for conducting inquiry, carrying out problem-solving and undertaking critical analysis in a constantly changing business context.


Entry Requirement:

  • 2 passes E or above at GCE A'Level & 3 passes C or above at GCE O'Level / SSC ; OR

  • Diploma in a relevant field & 2 passes C or above at GCE O'Level / SSC ; OR

  • Relevant Foundation (Villa College)

Course Fee: MVR 3950 per installment x 6

Total Number of Semesters: 6

MNQF Level: Level 7

Certificate Awarding Body: University of the West of England


Programme Structure



Year 1

  • Fundamentals of Accounting 1
  • Economic Principles in a Contemporary Context
  • Becoming an Accounting and Finance Professional
  • Fundamentals of Accounting 2
  • Statistics and Data Management
  • Academic Skills for Accounting and Finance Students

  Year 2

  • Financial Accounting and Reporting 
  • Corporate Finance
  • Management Accounting and Financial Decision Making
  • Principles of Taxation 
  • Business Law
  • Governance and Accountability

  Year 3

  • Advanced Management Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Corporate Reporting Theory and Practice
  • Accounting in Context
  • Credit Risk Analysis and Management
  • Auditing 
  • International Financial Management