MSc. in Professional Accountancy – University College London (UCL)
What is the MSc. in Professional Accountancy?
The Master of Science in Professional Accountancy programme is a unique partnership between ACCA and the University of London. For the first time, ACCA will recognise MSc modules towards the professional level of the ACCA qualification and the University of London will recognise ACCA exams towards the MSc qualification.
Mercury is the only institution approved in Sri Lanka to provide teaching for this postgraduate programme.
Mercury provides teaching for Pathway 2: Affiliate/Member pathway, of this MSc. Where ACCA complete members and affiliates can join the programme.
Students who have completed CIMA, CMA, CA and recognised Accounting Degrees can complete both ACCA and the MSc programme by entering the Professional Level with exemptions for their prior learning. ACCA provides exemptions for students who have part completed their accounting qualifications as well.
Annual Intakes: January and July
University of London
The University of London (UOL) is a federal university and is one of the largest and most diverse universities in the UK. Established by royal Charter in 1836, the University is recognised globally as a world leader in higher education. It consists of 17 self-governing colleges, and 10 specialised institutes of outstanding reputation.
The academics from the University College London (UCL) provide Academic Direction for the MSc in Professional Accountancy.
ACCA Affiliate / Member Pathway
As an affiliate you will earn 120 credits for your accredited prior learning for the MSc. Therefore you will only have to complete two modules consisting of a project and coursework to complete the MSc in Professional Accountancy.
- Global Issues for the Finance Professional
- Strategic Financial Project
Duration: Both modules can be taken in six months, or each module can be studied separately.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1 Year
- Skill level All level
- Language English
- Students 2700
- Assessments Yes