Bachelor of Science (Hons) Accounting and Finance (HELP CAT)

Application Dates
Applications Closing
31 Dec 2018
Course Overview
Bachelor's Degree
Tuition Fees
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3 years
Study Field


Centre for ARU Business Programmes

Study Mode

Full time

Entry Requirements

English Language

• IELTS: 6.0

• TOEFL: 81

• SPM: Grade B+

• 1119 (GCE O-Levels): Grade C

• UEC: Grade B3

Into Year 1

• A-Levels: 2 minimum passes, credit in Mathematics in SPM/O-Levels

• STPM: 2 Principal passes (min Grade C+, CGPA 2.33), credit in Mathematics in SPM/O-Levels and passed English in SPM

• SAM: minimum ATAR 65

• Foundation in Arts or Business: CGPA 2.5 and credit in

Mathematics in SPM/O-Levels and passed English in SPM

• Unified Examination Certificate (UEC): B in 5 subjects, including Mathematics and passed in English

• Level 4 of MQF: CGPA 2.5 and with credit in SPM Mathematics and passed English in SPM

Into Year 2

• Diploma in related field or equivalent CGPA 2.5

• Credit in Maths in SPM and passed English in SPM

Open Day

January, March 17 & 18, 24 & 25, August, December

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Course Overview

Accounting and Finance is a very lucrative field with abundant opportunities for career development and diversification. Careers in accounting and finance are rewarding and pay high salaries and the world of finance attracts many top graduates. The degree prepares you to work at an accountancy firm, in investment or bank, insurance company, or the wider commercial and public sector. Graduates could move into senior management; they could also enhance their career prospects by studying for professional qualifications.

The programme teaches subject-specific and technical skills, as well as transferable skills like communication, knowledge of global business, entrepreneurship, problem solving and quantitative analysis. Accounting and finance skills are in demand whether the economic climate is good or becomes more difficult.