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See also: Corporate Finance, Budgeting, Computerised Accounting for Business, Bookkeeping, Public Finance, Accounting Technicians (AAT & CAT), Computerised Bookkeeping, Annual Accounts, Management Accounting, and Balance Sheet.

See also: Corporate Finance, Budgeting, and Computerised Accounting for Business.


Managing Key Accounts Training Course

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A two-day in-company training course2 Days - On Request This course is one of our standard in-company programmes and can be delivered to yo…


Introductory Financial Accounting

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This course covers the basics of Financial Accounting: The accounting cycle (transaction analysis, adjustments, closing) Buying and selling…


International Accounting

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Why study MSc International Accounting at Dundee? The MSc in International Accounting course will equip you with a high standard of knowled…



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Accounting Course Accounting is designed to help those with an interest in a business, or other organisation, to assess its financial posit…


AAT Certificate In Accounting - Level 2 (Foundation)

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Business, Retail & Accounting What does the course include? The Association of Accounting Technicians is the professional body for qualifie…


Accounting Higher Apprenticeship

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A Higher Accounting Apprentice work in job roles such as Accounts Manager or Accounting Technician. As an Apprentice you will receive on th…


Management Accounting Course

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Course Methods: Experiential workshop (action learning course) Course Venue: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Course Duration: 4 days Course Times: 9…


AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) – Certificate in Accounting (Level 2)

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Who is the course for? The AAT is the world’s leading professional membership body for accounting technicians, with over 100,000 members wo…


Accounting, Accountability & Financial Management

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Managers in international companies require an understanding of accounting and financial management. Gain an appreciation of economic, tech…




TARGET AUDIENCE -FOR BEGINNERS' ------------------ This course is aimed at all those students who would like to sit their advanced Level ex…


AAT Level 2 Award in Computerised Accounting

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All businesses must keep a record of their income and expenses and the records should be as detailed as possible. For some, the idea of spr…


HNC/D Accounting

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Overview About This Course: This course will prepare you for further study at University or for the courses run by professional accounting …


AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) – Diploma in Accounting (Level 3)

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Who is the course for? The AAT is the world’s leading professional membership body for accounting technicians, with over 100,000 members wo…


AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting

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Who is it for? Specifically developed to advance learners’ existing financial skills, the Level 3 Diploma in Accounting is suitable for tho…


AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting

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Introduction This qualification is accredited by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) who is the recognised professional body fo…

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What is Accounting?

Accounting is a financial method that collects, organise, process and summarise data for financial reports and statements, which are then used in the decision making process. Accounting can be used to find and track key business trends, and to report relevant organisational information.

Accountants do much more than just prepare financial reports. Experienced accountants work strategically with various teams by providing expert financial advice on the impacts of management decisions, compliance and governance and the deployment of systems, resources and processes throughout the company.

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Why study Accounting?

You will learn how to analyse financial data, and then how to organise and present this information in financial statements that will be used to assist business planning and decision making.

It opens excellent career opportunities and is a strong foundation for a fruitful career. More CEOs have degrees in accounting than any other area of study!