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World University Rankings 2021
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Impact Rankings 2021
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World Reputation Rankings 2020
Oxford Road, Manchester, Lancashire, M13 9PL, United Kingdom

Accounting and Finance - University of Manchester

- Are you interested in the dynamic relationship between accounting, finance and the social sciences? - Are you looking for a flexible learning experience that's informed by real-world business practice? - Do you want to benefit from teaching that is jointly delivered by Alliance Manchester Business School and the School of Social Sciences? - Would you like a chance to study abroad for a semester? The Accounting and Finance pathway of the BA (Hons) Economic and Social Studies programme - or BA (Econ) for short - is a long-established and popular degree. Taught by experts across the University, including Alliance Manchester Business School, the degree features a broad range of internationally recognised and research-led teaching in accounting, finance, economics and law. You will also benefit from the ties that the University has with the three main accounting bodies (ICAEW, CIMA and ACCA) along with international businesses, such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kellogg's and Rolls Royce. Above all, the course offers a flexible and relevant learning experience for anyone considering a career in finance, accounting or banking. Accounting and Finance (NN43), Finance (N300) and Economics and Finance (LN13) all share a common first year. In some cases it's possible to swap to a different pathway after the first year. Special Features - The BAEcon has an award-winning Peer Mentoring Scheme (2015) that helps you to find your feet both academically and socially. - The BAEcon features a foundation year so you don't have to have studied social sciences before. - The Manchester Accounting and Finance Group (MAFG) is one of the leading and also one of the largest accounting and finance units in Europe, with over 60 research staff and four BAFA (British Accounting and Finance Association) distinguished fellows including: Professor Martin Walker, Professor Andy Stark, Professor Robert Scapens and Professor Chris Humphrey. - External surveys of graduate recruiters in the field have consistently voted us in the UK's top three. We also have strong links with three main UK accounting bodies: ACCA, CIMA and ICAEW, as well the 'Big 4' accounting companies and other large graduate employer organisations. - Accounting and Finance (NN43), Finance (N300) and Economics and Finance (LN13) all share a common first year. Just apply for one to start with. In some cases it's possible to change between pathways after the first year. At the end of your course your degree title will be: BA (Hons) Economic and Social Studies, Accounting and Finance. **Our Students** Accounting and Finance BA (Econ) students in figures (2018): Students on the course came from 59 countries Their ages ranged from 17 - 37 The male / female ratio was 48 : 52