Professional Diploma in Accounting and Business

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Professional Diploma in Accounting and Business

Professional Diploma / Advanced Diploma in Accounting and BusinessProgrammes for the ACCA Examinations and BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting (Oxford Brookes University)(PDAB-22344-2012-1-P / ADAB-22345) (2012 10 15Oxford Brookes UniversityACCAACCA(HKMA)2012 8 97:30-8:30pm266www.hkma.org.hk/pd/pdab2774 8501ACCA ( )ACCA ( )41,000ACCA 22,000ACCA


(Professional Diploma in Accounting and Business)(PDAB-22344-2012-1-P) 2012 10 1511 57270% 2 11ACCA Foundations in Accountancy-FIA(English for Business I) (English for Business II)(Putonghua & Use of Chinese) (Business Economics)FA1 Recording Financial Transactions ) FFA Financial Accounting ( )MA1 Management Information ( ) FMA Management Accounting ( )FA2 Maintaining Financial Records ( ) FAB Accountant in Business ( )MA2 Managing Costs and Finances ( )FIA FA1 MA1 ”Foundations in Professionalism” ACCAI n t r o d u c t o r yCertificate in Financial and Management AccountingFIA FA2 MA2 ”Foundations in Professionalism” ACCA IntermediateCertificate in Financial and Management AccountingFIA FFA FMA FAB ”Foundations in Professionalism” ACCADiploma in Accounting and Business. ACCA F1 F2 F3 ACCAF4(HKDSE)21 (Mature Students)2012 10 15 2013 82012 10 15 2012 9 15HK$26,520HK$6,630ACCA/FIAACCA 6 12 FIA ACCAACCA 2524 4988students@hk.accaglobal.com ACCA http://hongkong.accaglobal.comACCAACCA1 1(ACCA)FIA£77£77£42 - £606 – 12 1512 – 7 31ACCA (ACCA)£77£77£60 - £886 – 12 3112 – 7 31(Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business)(HDAB-22345) 2013/142 1070%10 521IELTS English IIELTS English IIChina Business StudiesF7 : Financial ReportingF4 : Corporate and Business LawF8 : Audit and AssuranceF5 : Performance ManagementF9 : Financial ManagementF6 : TaxationResearch & Analysis ProjectACCA F4 F9 6 ACCA Advanced Diploma inAccounting and Business


Oxford Brookes University (BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting)(Oxford Brookes University)10ACCA F4 F9 6 (6500 )(2000 ) ACCA OxfordBrookes University (BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting) http://www2.accaglobal.com/students/bsc/ACCAACCA2013 10 2014 8 (2013 10HK$26,520HK$6,630( )66 2 (Venue P)/* IELTS 622448 5111LCCI/ACCA2774-8501 2774-85032448-5111 ( ) 2448-5112 ( )(Professional Diploma in Accounting and Business)PDAB-25515 I English for Business I & PDAB-25536 II English for Business IIThis module enhances students’ ability to understand and write connected English on business topics and in formatsusual in business communication. Students are also trained to master the techniques of spoken English in differentoccasions. Upon completion of the course, students may take the LCCI English for Business (Level 2) examination.PDAB-25516 Putonghua & Use of ChinesePDAB-25517 Recording Financial Transactions (FA1)To introduce the basic accounting systems and documentation that will be encountered in the workplace.To develop knowledge and understanding of the operational aspects of maintaining accounting records andprocedures and to learn how to record these transactions in the books of prime entry, including introduction to theprinciples of double entry and understanding how a computerised and a manual accounting system work.PDAB-25518 Management Information (MA1)To introduce the student to the knowledge of basic cost information required for management accounting.To develop the knowledge and ability to recognise, collect and record basic cost and revenue informationfor planning and control including the use of spreadsheets in management accounting.PDAB-25519 Maintaining Financial Records (FA2)To introduce the fundamental principles of accounting and to develop the knowledge and understanding ofthe techniques used to maintain accounting records.To produce accounting records including ledger accounts, sales tax records (where applicable), controlaccounts, reconciliations, and extract and correct an initial trial balance also making the adjustmentsnecessary to produce an extended trial balance.The syllabus also covers accounting for the business transactions of sole traders and partnerships.


PDAB-25520 Managing Costs and Finances (MA2)To develop the knowledge and understanding of the principles and techniques used in recording, analysing andreporting costs and revenues for internal management purposes.To demonstrate and develop applicable cost concepts in making short term decisions and the application ofspreadsheets in management accounting.PDAB-25521 Financial Accounting (FFA)To develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles and concepts relating to financial accounting.To demonstrate technical proficiency in the use of double entry techniques, including the preparation andinterpretation of basic financial statements for sole traders, companies and simple groups of companies.PDAB-25522 Management Accounting (FMA)To develop the knowledge and ability to apply appropriate management accounting concepts and foundations inacountancy techniques for decision making, planning and control including forecasting techniques, the preparationof budgets and standard costs and performance measurement.PDAB-25523 Accountant in Business (FAB)To understand business in the context of its environment, including economic, legal, and regulatoryinfluences on such aspects as governance, employment, health and safety, data protection and security.To introduce certain aspects of the regulatory framework as they affect auditing and governance, examining theroles of internal and external auditors and introducing the importance of internal control. The syllabus also introduces keymanagement and people issues such as individual and team behaviour, leadership, motivation, personal effectivenessand professional ethics in accounting and business.PDAB-25524 Business EconomicsThis module develops students’ understanding of the basic principles of economics in relation to the economicmanagement of the HKSAR and other countries.(Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business)ADAB-25525 & HDAB-25526I & II IELTS English I & IIThe module allows students to familiarise with the details of IELTS, equip themselves with different test taking techniques andstrategies by practising the component papers of the IELTS examination and have a better understanding of their ownstrengths and weaknesses in the four (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking),language skills.ADAB-25527 China Business StudiesThis module aims at equipping students with business concepts, applications and understanding to the latest businessenvironment in China. It covers various useful areas and knowledge of doing business and/or working in theMainland.ADAB-25528 Corporate and Business Law (F4)To develop knowledge and skills in the understanding of the general legal framework, and of specific legal areasrelating to business, recognising the need to seek further specialist legal advice where necessary.ADAB-25529 Performance Management (F5)To develop knowledge and skills in the application of management accounting techniques to quantitative andqualitative information for planning, decision-making, performance evaluation and control.ADAB-25530 Taxation (F6)To develop knowledge and skills relating to the tax system as applicable to individuals, single companies, and groupsof companies.ADAB-25531 Financial Reporting (F7)To develop knowledge and skills in understanding and applying accounting standards and the theoretical frameworkin the preparation of financial statements of entities, including groups, and how to analyse and interpret thosefinancial statements.ADAB-25532 Audit and Assurance (F8)To develop knowledge and skills in the process of carrying out the assurance engagement and its application in thecontext of the professional regulatory framework.ADAB-25533 Financial Management (F9)To develop knowledge and skills expected of a financial manager - relating to issues affecting investment, financing,and dividend policy decisions.ADAB-25534 Research & Analysis Project (RAP)The aim of this module is to prepare students to write their Research & Analysis Project. Students will have threemeetings with the subject lecturer. During these meetings, the subject lecturer will guide stu dents’ RAP work andprovide feedback to them. Students are required to give a presentation on their RAP at the end of this course.ACCA (Syllabus & Study Guide) (Past exam Q&A – Essential paperspecific resources) http://www2.accaglobal.com/students/acca/exams/

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