Accounting Practice Mprof

Middlesex University
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Postgraduate
  • London (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    2 Years
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Accounting plays an increasingly important role in today's post recession world, with more need than ever before for managers that are both reflective and advanced in their financial practices. This presents an exciting and challenging time to explore your role within an organisation and how your work can impact a business and beyond.

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Ranked as one of the top five Business Schools in London, our highly respected department features cutting edge resources and academics with a wealth of international experience that will support and enhance your learning. Many of our academics are involved in pioneering research and consultancy themselves, so they are perfectly placed within the industry to advise you in your own research during the course.

Requisitos: Interviews, entrance tests, portfolios and auditions Entry onto this course does not require an interview, portfolio or audition.


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The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Financial Accounting
Accounting MBA


The MProf Accounting Practice is a reflective and explorative form of study that first reviews your experience in the field before focusing on research methodology and finally a major workplace based project using the techniques you have learnt.

It is divided into three phases with flexibility to complete each phase in a timeframe that works with and around your professional commitments and individual ambitions for each stage:

Phase 1 – Review (approximately 6 months)
The first phase of this course features a review of your personal and professional learning, research competence and professional capability. This course recognises that the portfolio of material which is required as a pre condition for CIMA membership fully meets the requirements of this phase.

Qualified members of CIMA move directly to Phase 2. Part qualified CIMA members would be expected to participate in Phase 1 and to make a persuasive case for the relevant credits which demonstrate how they have evolved as a reflective practitioner.

Phase 2 – Planning a Practitioner Research Programme (approximately 6 months)
The second phase of this course involves the study of research methodology and exploring methods which are appropriate to workplace research. By the end of Phase 2 you will have prepared a detailed research proposal for implementation.

Phase 3 – Professional Practice Project (minimum of 12 months)
The final phase of this course allows you to demonstrate your research capability in a professional context by undertaking a major workplace based project related to organisational change and/or professional development. You’ll interrogate the learning you are achieving in your workplace, and express this in writing that is both informed by and informs relevant theory.

The findings of your research will prove valuable to you as an individual by giving you greater knowledge of your field and more advanced skills as a manager, both of which will feed into your day to day work productivity and career prospects. Your research will also be of value to your organisation which will benefit from your in depth study of ways in which it is conducting its accounting practice and suggestions for ways in which it could improve and evolve this discipline in the future.