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BSc Accounting & Finance

Programme Overview

Under The Academic Guidance Of London School Of Economics And Political Science, this degree aims towards developing core knowledge and skills in accounting and finance. You will learn to analyse how accounting and finance is concerned with a range of institutional and organisational processes of calculation, reporting, and evaluation. Will provide you with a strong understanding of the functioning of a firm, its finance allocation, banking, corporate finance, valuation, mergers and acquisitions. Another interesting aspect is exposure to financial markets - pricing of financial assets such as stocks, bonds and derivatives.

The programme has been developed by academics at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences.

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Course Structure - Foundation Units

100 Courses
1 EC1002 Introduction to economics
2 MT105A Mathematics 1 (half course) and
ST104A Statistics 1 (half course)
3 FN1202 Introduction to finance
4 AC1025 Principles of accounting
200 & 300 Courses
5 EC2066 Microeconomics
6 AC3143 Valuation and securities analysis
7 AC2097 Management accounting
8 FN2190 Asset Pricing and Financial Markets
9 AC3093 Auditing and assurance
10 AC3193 Accounting: markets and organisations
11 AC2091 Financial reporting
12 FN2191 Principles of corporate finance


This degree will help you pursue your career in :

  • Investment banking
  • Investment analysis and management
  • Private equity
  • Hedge funds
  • Financial consulting
  • Corporate finance
  • Professional accountancy
  • Management consultancy
  • Financial management

While an imperative aspect of this course involves theoretical learning of finances, the addition of the social sciences framework will help you apply said knowledge. You will also learn to appreciate the interdependencies between accounting and accountability, financial management and risk, performance management and sustainability, governance and regulation, policy making and change, among other key fundamental concepts.


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