Oxford Brookes University has over 150 years of history. We started out as a small School of Art in borrowed teaching rooms and have grown into one of the UK’s top modern universities with a local, national, and international reputation for teaching and research excellence.
For the second year in a row Oxford Brookes was hailed as the UK’s top university in the latest QS Top 50 Under 50 Ranking. The University moved up to 40th in the world within the rankings and is again the only UK institution to make the list.
Oxford Brookes University is incorporated by Statute pursuant to the Education Reform Act 1988 and was created University by the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. This is the root power for the University’s ability to grant awards including degrees, diplomas, certificates, etc. These powers are granted on the basis of Oxford Brookes University designing and operating appropriate procedures for assuring the quality and standards of its awards. In doing this, the University is subject to review by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) and is subject to regulation by the Office for Students (OfS).
So although you don’t physically attend Oxford Brookes University to gain the BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Accounting, the degree program is of the same rigorous standard as other degrees offered by Oxford Brookes University and meets the standards set for UK higher education. By gaining the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, you will not only demonstrate to potential or existing employers that you possess all the relevant graduate skills to equip you for a great career in accounting and finance, but you will also establish an association with a university that has a reputation for excellence.
We have a lot to be proud of and you can see some of our recent results and achievements at https://www.brookes.ac.uk/about-brookes/at-a-glance/
To be awarded the Oxford Brookes BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting you must,
- Be registered with Oxford Brookes University i.e. have opted-in to the BSc degree scheme
- Have passed the three ACCA Applied Skills examinations Financial Reporting (was F7), Audit and Assurance (was F8) and Financial Management (was F9)
- Have passed, or gained exemption from, the other six papers at the Knowledge Level and Skills Level. Note that conditional exemptions do not qualify you to submit the RAP.
- Have completed the ACCA Ethics and Professional Skills module (or the previous Professional Ethics module) The deadlines for completion of the examinations and EPSM are on page 18.
- Be within 10 years of the earliest of the date of your first ACCA examination pass, or the date of your first ACCA exemption being granted.
- Be up-to-date with the payment of your ACCA subscription fees. You cannot submit a RAP if your ACCA account is suspended.
If you wish to submit a Research and Analysis Project (RAP) to Oxford Brookes University, you must have a word certified project mentor. The Project Mentor has two different roles.
- To support the preparation of your RAP by providing advice and feedback to you at appropriate times during your RAP activities.
- To confirm Oxford Brookes University that he/she has been your project mentor and that your RAP is your own work. Your project mentor will certify this and Oxford Brookes University will check a sample of project mentor certification.