This advanced programme provides a rigorous grounding in modern corporate accounting and finance theory suitable for those wishing to undertake research in the field or wishing to improve their knowledge to deal with problems concerning applied and empirical aspects of the subject.
The Master's Degree is awarded to candidates who complete the course work and submit and defend their master's dissertation within the overall maximum of two years.
List of Courses/Seminars
- Financial Management
- International Finance
- Taxation of Business Enterprises
- Quantitative Methods
- Company and Contract Law
- Financial Accounting
- Management Accounting
- Non-business Organisations Accounting
- International Accounting
Applications are accepted from holders of a first degree in Management, Economics, Accounting or in other first degrees in similar areas, with a minimum final grade of 14. In exceptional circumstances, candidates whose final grade is less than 14 may be accepted if their curriculum shows an adequate academic and professional profile.