ACCA/Oxford Brookes University
We are pleased to announce that our ACCA OBU course leader, Anwar Hossain, has become one of the first mentors to qualify for the recently introduced Oxford Brookes Mentoring scheme.
This qualification is a pre-requisite for mentoring on this programme from January 2015. We have committed to have all our mentoring team qualified in good time for your submission.
Anwar Hossain, our course leader, has become one of the first mentors to qualify for the recently introduced Oxford Brookes Mentoring scheme. We have committed to have all our mentoring team qualified in good time for your submission. Note that this qualification is a pre-requisite for mentoring on this programme from January 2015 and we are delighted to be involved at the beginning of this new process.
INTAKE DATES: 12 January 2015, 16 February 2015
The Oxford Brookes University requires the Research and Analysis project to be divided into 4 phases of mentor meetings.
Upon completion of all 4 meetings:
Submission to Oxford Brooks University for assessment and grading of RAP and SLS
The Oxford Brookes University requires the Research and Analysis project to be divided into 3 phases of mentor meetings. We advise you start studying at least 3 months before the submission date.
Project submission dates: November
System requirements for online students: To enable all students to have access to our platform we are using Skype for the one to one meetings.
If you would like more information before you enrol, please contact your programme advisor at +44 (0) 20 3535 1274 or email: email@example.com
Or if you have any specific questions regarding your Research and Analysis Project, please contact your mentor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you were unsuccessful in your previous attempt we offer an opportunity for you to re-submit your report and skills and learning statement by the next submission date. This course is provided for those students who have made a serious attempt at their RAP but were unfortunately unsuccessful. Our mentors will be able to identify the necessary changes to materially improve your chances of success. It is at the discretion of the mentor whether to accept you on the re-submission service based upon the quality of your existing work.
The Oxford Brookes University BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting aims to enhance and extend the knowledge and skills gained by ACCA students in their professional studies. It also aims to help students become more effective as professional accountancy students and/or practitioners.
This collaboration offers ACCA students the opportunity to:
- Gain a prestigious award
- Demonstrat academic achievement
- Experience the challenge of writing a research report, providing a foundation for future thesis report writing
- Take their academic/professional development to the next level (i.e. Master’s education)
Students will receive the:
- BSc degree programme information pack
- Harvard Reference sample
- Skills and Learning Statement (SLS) sample
- PowerPoint Presentation sample
- Notes for Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3
Students are required to submit a 6,500 words Research and Analysis Project, a 2,000 word Skills and Learning Statement and copy of PowerPoint presentation to Oxford Brookes University.
Submissions will be assessed by the Oxford Brookes University Business School in May and November.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
†UK Campuses only
**London School of Business and Finance will provide the Online Mentoring Programme. The Online Mentoring Programme is a preparation course for the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting with the Oxford Brookes University. Completing the Online mentoring Programme will not guarantee students a place on the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting with the Oxford Brookes University. For the avoidance of doubt, Oxford Brookes University will solely determine whether a student is eligible to be accepted into the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting. Students must complete a total payment of £550 prior to commencing the course. Students are also required to pay a project submission fees to the Oxford Brookes University with every submission.
Please see full Terms and Conditions for more information.