Accounting and Finance (ACCA Exemption) (NN41)




University of Sunderland

Accounting and Finance (ACCA Exemption)

Requirements / Wymagania

PRZEDMIOT (co najmniej 2 przedmioty na poziomie rozszerzonym) POZIOM PODSTAWOWY POZIOM ROZSZERZONY
średnia z matury ze wszystkich przedmiotów na poziomie podstawowym i rozszerzonym 50%   50%  
Stara matura ocena minimum 3 -
J. angielski minimum 80% minimum 50%
Certyfikat językowy IELTS opcjonalnie jeśli nie spełnisz powyższych wymagań z matury - minimum 6.0 -
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Course overview 

This course is so closely tied into real-world professional requirements that, when you've successfully completed it, you'll be exempted from nine exam papers for an accountancy qualification from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

Accountancy has long been a popular destination for graduates because of its excellent career prospects. The average starting salary for graduates with degrees in accounting and finance is above the national average. Half of the Chief Executives of Britain’s top 100 companies in 2013 had a background in accountancy or financial management background (source: Robert Half FTSE 100 CEO Tracker).

You will enhance your expertise in decision-making about financial resources. You will also develop fresh approaches to solving problems at work by integrating knowledge from a variety of topics.

Sunderland is one of the first universities in the UK to introduce employability modules across all years of an undergraduate degree. These help you strengthen the six key attributes of being capable, enquiring, creative, enterprising, ethical and global in outlook. The modules also help you identify your strengths and aspirations, and plan for personal development.

By studying in London, you will be in a world centre of business. You will also have opportunities to build a global network of contacts as London is home to over 100,000 international students.


Find out more about studying at the University of Sunderland in London:

Modular structure



  • Introduction to Financial Accounting (20 Credits)
  • Introduction to Management Accounting (20 Credits)
  • Introduction to Business Management (20 Credits)
  • Quantitative Methods for Business (20 Credits)
  • Economics (20 Credits)
  • Business Law (20 Credits)



  • Financial Accounting (20 Credits)
  • Management Accounting (20 Credits)
  • Business Finance (20 Credits)
  • Business Management (20 Credits)
  • Business Taxation (20 Credits)
  • Audit and Assurance (20 Credits)


  • Business Modelling for Decision Making (20 Credits)
  • Financial Management (Professional) (20 Credits)
  • Strategic Management Accounting (Professional) (20 Credits)
  • International Financial Reporting (Professional) (20 Credits)
  • Managing Projects (20 Credits)
  • Contemporary Developments in Business Management (20 Credits)

Teaching and Assessment 

Throughout the course, the focus is on innovative teaching and learning by doing and reflecting. One technique is problem-based learning, where you work within a small team to explore issues or decide how to manage a situation. This helps you to dissect, challenge and debate issues.

Other learning techniques include company visits, guest speakers and cutting-edge technology-enhanced learning. These are in addition to a combination of lectures, seminars, debates, tutorials and workshops.

Our assessment methods often include coursework and are designed to help consolidate learning. Other methods include assessed case studies and business simulations, presentations, reports, essays, tests and time-constrained assessments.

To find out more about modules, credits and how you will be assessed, please see how courses are taught. Information about our policies relating to student experience and quality assurance processes can be found on the Academic Services website.


All UK universities and colleges display Key Information Sets (KIS) on their undergraduate courses. The KIS gives you a quick overview of some standard information about a course and has a link to more detailed information on Unistats.

Fees and funding,

To apply for this course you need 280 UCAS points for August 2016 entry and 112 UCAS points for August 2017, from a minimum of two A Levels, or an equivalent qualification.

In addition to academic qualifications, you must also have a minimum level of English language skills. If English is not your first language, please see our English language requirements.


The annual tuition fee for this course is £9,250 for students from the UK / EU.

Full-time UK and EU students studying on undergraduate courses in 2016 / 2017 may be eligible for a number of scholarships:

  • The University of Sunderland Scholarship
  • The Get There Scholarship
  • The Care Leavers’ Scholarship

Find out more about which scholarships you may be eligible for.

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