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ACCA/Oxford Brookes University

  • LSBF is proud to offer mentorship for ACCA/Oxford Brookes University BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting programme for London students. Students studying for the Preparatory Course for ACCA now have the opportunity to obtain a degree from Oxford Brookes University, a recognised and highly respected UK University. Jointly designed by the ACCA and the Oxford Brookes University, this degree enables ACCA students to obtain a BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, upon successful completion of the ACCA Fundamental Level examinations.
ACCA/Oxford Brookes University

Key Facts

  • Duration: 3 months +
  • Course fees: Campus: £500 | Online: £550

Meet our qualified mentors

Natalya Faraday

Natalya has over 10 years of experience in international finance, including managing a finance department. After gaining a First Class BSc in Economics (Honours) from TSUE, Uzbekistan's leading university in finance, she went on to achieve an ACCA qualification.

Regwana Uddin

Regwana has worked for LSBF since she qualified, drawing on her background of accounting and teaching to provide students with an effective study environment. Regwana ensures that all of her students enjoy the experience of learning about accounting.

Study on Campus

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 Research and Analysis Project (RAP) and Skills and Learning Statement (SLS).

Briefing

  • Programme introduction
  • Introduction to the requirements of the Research and Analysis Project (RAP), Skills and Learning Statement (SLS) and PowerPoint Presentation
  • Brief discussion about structure of the RAP and SLS
  • In-depth discussion about 3 parts of the RAP
  • Brief discussion about research methodology
  • Discussion about each meeting

Meeting with Mentor

  • Discussion with Mentor on the research topic and organisation
  • Discussion about Harvard Referencing Style

Meeting with Mentor

  • Review progress
  • Highlight and resolve obstacles
  • Discussion about research findings
  • Suggest potential revisions
  • Discussion about detail requirements to completion 

Meeting with Mentor

  • Presentation of the findings from the Research and Analysis Project
  • Mentor will consider the RAP, SLS and Referencing in overview

Study Online *

The Oxford Brookes University requires the Research and Analysis project to be divided into 3 phases of mentor meetings. We advise you to start studying at least 3 months before the submission date.
Please check the next project submission dates here.

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 3005 6336 or email: professionalenquiries@lsbf.org.uk.

Or if you have any specific questions regarding your Research and Analysis Project, please contact your mentor at  professionalenquiries@lsbf.org.uk

  • Programme introduction
  • Introduction to the requirements of the Research and Analysis Project (RAP), Skills and Learning Statement (SLS) and PowerPoint Presentation
  • Brief discussion about structure of the RAP and SLS
  • Brief discussion about research methodology
  • Discussion about each meeting

Meeting with Mentor

  • In-depth discussion about 3 parts of the RAP
  • Discussion with Mentor on the research topic and organisation
  • Discussion about Harvard Referencing Style

When?

Meetings will be scheduled individually by you and your mentor.

Meeting with Mentor

  • Review progress
  • Highlight and resolve obstacles
  • Discussion about research findings
  • Suggest potential revisions
  • Discussion about detail requirements to completion

When?

Meetings will be scheduled individually by you and your mentor.

Meeting with Mentor

  • Presentation of the findings from the Research and Analysis Project
  • Mentor will consider the RAP, SLS and Referencing in overview

When?

Meetings will be scheduled individually by you and your mentor.

Resubmission Service

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.

Meeting with Mentor

  • Discussion about result & markers comments
  • Review the strengths and weakness of the RAP
  • Suggest potential revisions
  • Brief discussion about Harvard Referencing
  • Discussion about detail requirements to complete

When?

Meetings will be scheduled individually by you and your mentor.

Meeting with Mentor

  • Mentor will consider the RAP, SLS and Referencing in overview

When?

Meetings will be scheduled individually by you and your mentor.

Course Objectives

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
  • Demonstrate 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)

Course Material

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 

Course Assessment

Students are required to submit a 7,500 words Research and Analysis Project, a 2,000-word Skills and Learning Statement and copy of PowerPoint presentation to Oxford Brookes University.

Please check the next BSC degree results dates here.

Minimum entry requirements:

  • Two A Levels and three GCSEs or equivalent in five separate subjects, including English and Mathematics
  • Good English level is required

Foundations in Accountancy route (FIA)

  • Must be 18 or over
  • Students who successfully complete the Diploma in Accounting and Business via Foundations in Accountancy can transfer to the ACCA Qualification and commence their studies from LW onwards
  • Gain exemptions from ACCA exams BT, MA and FA

Graduate entry route

  • Relevant degree holders from ACCA-accredited institutions may be exempt* from up to nine exams within the Applied Knowledge and Applied Skills levels and register directly at the Professional level
  • Holders of recognised business and/or accounting degrees may also qualify for exemptions*

*We advise you to check your starting point with ACCA before you enrol on the course.

*Please see full Terms and Conditions for more information.

*Please see full Privacy Policy for more information.

Information about technical requirements

Our platform does not require any additional software. However, it is advisable that students have Microsoft Office installed on their computers as tutors may provide additional downloadable notes in Doc, Xlsx, PPT, and PDF formats.

Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari (Macintosh only) are all supported by Canvas.

Canvas has been carefully crafted to accommodate low-bandwidth environments. A minimum internet speed of 512kbps is recommended.

Information about when access to materials opens and closes

Access to all learning materials and live sessions opens in the month of intake and closes three months later. For example, if teaching starts in mid-June, access will stop in mid-September after the exams finish. Students taking Computer Based Assessments (CBE) have access for 6 months.

Learning materials consist of the following:

  • Live tuition and revision sessions
  • Recorded live tuition and revision sessions
  • Study manuals, question banks, class, and revision notes
  • Other relevant materials tutors may provide

Available resources for enrolled students before live tuition begins:

  • Access to recorded live tuition and revision for the session that is currently running
  • Access to study manuals, question banks, class, and revision notes

Students who have purchased a course but have not yet enrolled can request access to a study manuals and or question bank.   

Timetable

All courses are taught in the evening (BST), Monday through Thursday. Classes typically start at 6:30 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m., and revision ends at 9 p.m.

We also provide a mentoring hour in the evenings for all students. During mentoring hours, students can have their homework marked and speak to their tutors directly with any concerns.

Normally, there are eight weeks of live online tuition (Some courses have up to 2 extra sessions) and four weeks of live online revision.

For Computer Based Examinations (CBE):

  • Business Technology – 8 weeks
  • Corporate and Business Law – 10 weeks
  • Management Accounting – 11 weeks
  • Financial Accounting – 12 weeks

Face-to-face revision is offered on two weekends in London. If you cannot attend, you can either join the session live online or watch the recording.

Indicative Timetable

Learning Expectations

We advise that you allocate nine hours of self-study per week in addition to your live classes. For the Strategic Professional exam, we advise 12 hours of self-study.

You will be asked to complete homework in every tuition and revision session, which will be marked with feedback provided during your mentoring hour. You will also be asked to complete a time-limited exam that will also be marked with feedback.

We expect you to attend all live sessions, but if that is not possible (e.g., time zone constraints), we ask that you study using the recorded sessions provided. If you do not attend any sessions, live or recorded, then you may be removed from the course and deferred to the next session.

Information about Practical Experience Requirement (PER)

Studying for your ACCA exams requires you to pass them and gain practical experience that is essential to becoming a fully qualified accountant.

You must take the Ethical and Professional Skills module and gain professional experience by spending 36 months in an accounting or finance-related role.

Exam success, practical experience, and knowledge of ethics will enable you to become a successful accountant.

More detailed information can be found at PER-trainee-guide.pdf (accaglobal.com)

 

Topics that you will cover in your course

S.No. ACCA Paper Topics Tutor 
1 Corporate & Business Law Unit 1 --The English Legal System
Unit 2 -- Contract – formation
Unit 3 -- Contract – terms, breach
Unit 4 -- Tort, Employment, Introduction to Agency & Partnership.
Unit 5 -- Partnership
Unit 6 -- Company Law (legal personality & company formation, Share capital, Loan capital, Meetings & resolution)
Unit 7 -- Company Law (Directors, Meetings & resolutions, other officers, Insolvency)
Unit 8 -- Fraudulent behaviour
Debbie Crossman
2 Business & Technology Unit 1 -- Training and development
Unit 2 -- Personal effectiveness. Performance appraisal
Unit 3 -- Leading People. Individuals and teams
Unit 4 -- Motivation. The role of accounting. Micro-economics.
Unit 5 -- Macro-economics. Business environment. Business organisation.
Unit 6 -- Organisational culture. Corporate governance. Ethics.
Unit 7 -- Information systems. Control and security. Fraud.
Unit 8 -- Revision (working through BT CBE)
 
3 Financial Accounting Unit 1 --Introduction to Accounting and Double Entry
Unit 2 -- Adjustments to Financial Statements
Unit 3 --Non-current Assets
Unit 4-- Accurals and Prepayments
Unit 5 -- Maintaining records for Customers and Suppliers
Unit 6 -- The Correction of Errors and Bank Reconciliation Statements
Unit 7 -- Process of Accounting for Limited Companies
Unit 8 -- Accounting Standards
Unit 9 -- Cash Flow Statements
Unit 10 -- Interpretation of Accounts
Unit 11 -- Introduction to Group Accounting
 
4 Performance Management Unit 1 -- Overview of information systems. Costing methods.
Unit 2 -- Costing methods.
Unit 3 -- Short-term decision making (many topics fall under this heading: relevant costing, further processing, make or buy decision, limiting factor analysis, linear programming)
Unit 4 -- Short-term decision making (CVP analysis). Pricing.
Unit 5 -- Decisions under uncertainty. Budgeting.
Unit 6 -- Budgeting (learning curves). Advanced variances
Unit 7 -- Financial and non-financial performance evaluation.
Unit 8 -- Divisional performance and transfer pricing.
 
5 Taxation Unit 1 -- Fundamentals of taxation and the basics of corporation tax
Unit 2 -- Corporation tax, treatment of a company's loss and Groups
Unit 3 -- Personal tax computation, Employment Income and NICs
Unit 4 -- Trading profits, the basis of assessment and Partnerships
Unit 5 -- Fundamental of chargeable gains
Unit 6 -- Chargeable gains: partial disposals, reliefs and exemptions
Unit 7 -- Fundamental of inheritance tax and lifetime transfers
Unit 8 -- Inheritance tax: death estate and VAT
Barbara Begio
6 Financial Reporting Unit 1 -- Consolidated Statement of Financial Position
Unit 2 -- Consolidated Statement of Financial Position, Consolidated Statement of Profit or Loss, and Associates
Unit 3 -- Practice Questions
Unit 4 -- Published Accounts – Introduction, and Non-current Assets
Unit 5 --Impairment of assets and Leasing
Unit 6 -- Revenue, Contracts and Assets held for sale
Unit 7 -- Taxation adjustments and Provisions & Contingencies
Unit 8 -- Financial Instruments
Unit 9 -- Earnings Per Share; Analysis and Interpretation
 
7 Audit & Assurance Unit 1 -- Essential Exam Technique for the AA paper
Unit 2 -- Key Audit Concepts Including Ethics
Unit 3 -- Audit Planning including Risk
Unit 4 -- Internal Controls in Audit
Unit 5 -- Audit Evidence Principles
Unit 6 -- Substantive Procedures
Unit 7 -- Finalisation of the Audit and Audit Report
Unit 8 -- Internal Audit
 
8 Financial Management Unit 1 -- Introduction to Financial Management & Investment Appraisal Techniques
Unit 2 -- Advanced Investment Appraisal
Unit 3 -- Sources of Finance & The Weighted Average Cost of Capital
Unit 4-- Risk Adjusted WACC and Capital Structure Theory
Unit 5 -- Raising Equity Finance & Financial Performance Measures
Unit 6 -- Efficient Market Hypothesis & Company Valuation
Unit 7 -- Risk Management & Working Capital Management
Unit 8 -- Individual elements of Working Capital Management
 
9 Strategic Business Leader Unit 1 -- Strategic Analysis
Unit 2 -- Strategic Choice
Unit 3 -- Values, Ethics and Professional Skills
Unit 4-- Corporate Governance and Stakeholders
Unit 5 -- Risk
Unit 6 -- Using Numbers – investment appraisal, Ratio Analysis, Decision making and Forecasting
Unit 7 -- Operational Improvement
Unit 8 -- Project Management
David Laws
10 Strategic Business Reporting Unit 1 -- Basic Groups
Unit 2 -- Changes In Group Ownership
Unit 3 -- Foreign Currency Translation and Group Cash Flow Statements
Unit 4-- Performance Reporting
Unit 5 -- Provisions and Non-Current Assets
Unit 6 -- Leases and Employee Benefits and Share-Based Payments
Unit 7 -- Financial Instruments
Unit 8 -- Tax and Other Corporate Reporting
 
11 Advanced Financial Management Unit 1 -- Senior Financial Manager & Advanced Investment Appraisal
Unit 2 -- Advanced Investment Appraisal & Weighted Average Cost of Capital
Unit 3 -- Project Specific & Combined Asset Beta WACC’s & Adjusted Present Value
Unit 4-- International Investment Appraisal
Unit 5 -- Mergers & Acquisitions and Valuation Techniques
Unit 6 -- Framework for M&A / Reconstructions
Unit 7 -- Hedging Foreign Exchange Risk
Unit 8 -- Hedging Interest Rate Risk
David Laws
12 Advanced Performance Management Unit 1 -- What is Strategic Control?
Unit 2 -- Management Control
Unit 3 -- Organisation Structure
Unit 4-- Financial Performance
Unit 5 -- Divisionalisation
Unit 6 -- Non Financial Performance Evaluation
Unit 7 -- Issues with Performance Systems
Unit 8 -- Employability and Technology Skills
Jean-Paul
13 Advanced Taxation Unit 1 -- Introduction to Corporation Tax
Unit 2 -- Corporation Tax groups & Losses
Unit 3 -- Fundamentals of Inheritance Tax
Unit 4-- Valuation rules for Inheritance tax & the Death Estate
Unit 5 -- Fundamentals of Taxing Capital Gains
Unit 6 -- Capital Gains Reliefs and Exemptions
Unit 7 -- Personal Tax Computations and Investment Advice
Unit 8 -- Income from Employment and Self-employment
Unit 9 -- Trading Losses and Partnership
Zahid Ahmed
14 Advanced Audit & Assurance Unit 1 -- Essential Exam Technique for the AAA paper
Unit 2 -- Ethics and Professional Issues
Unit 3 -- Practice Management including Quality Management of audit work
Unit 4 -- Audit Planning, including Risk
Unit 5 -- Audit Procedures and Evidence
Unit 6 -- Finalisation of an audit plus Group Audit Considerations
Unit 7 -- Audit Reports
Unit 8 -- Other Assignments and Current Audit Issues
 
15 Management Accounting Unit 1 -- Introduction to Cost Accounting; Cost Classification and Behaviour
Unit 2 – Materials, labour and Overheads
Unit 3 -- Overheads and Absorption Costing and Cost bookkeeping
Unit 4-- Absorption vs Marginal Costing. Job Costing
Unit 5 -- Job, Batch and Service Costing (continued). Process Costing
Unit 6 -- Budgeting and Introduction to Statistical Techniques
Unit 7 -- Advanced Statistical Techniques
Unit 8 -- Investment Appraisal
Unit 9 -- Standard Costing and Variance Analysis
Unit 10 --Performance Measurement (Financial Performance)
Unit 11 -- Revision
 

 

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