BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance – Buckinghamshire New University





Level 6
360 credits
21 hours per week
bsc accounting and finance | Mont Rose College
BSC (HONS) Accounting and Finance | Mont Rose College


Mont Rose College of the Management & Sciences offers BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance in partnership with Buckinghamshire New University.


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Level of Course Level 6 Bachelor’s degree with honours.
Number of Credit Hours Upon successful completion of the course the student will have completed at least 360 credits.
Mode and Length of Study 3 years Full-time.
Attendance Full-time student is required to attend 21 hours per week in term time.
Workload A full time student will study 120 credits in an academic year, which is therefore equated to 1200 notional hours.
Exemption No exemption is allowed for this programme.


A. Knowledge and Understanding

On successful completion of the programme a graduate will be able to:

  • Demonstrate and apply understanding and knowledge of accounting systems and processes with a critical interpretation of the main issues and themes that affect the policy and practice of accounting;
  • Explore and evaluate a range of contemporary business and management issues in relation to Accounting and Finance;
  • Analyse empirical evidence concerning financial management, risk, and the operation of global capital markets.

B. Intellectual/Cognitive Skills

On successful completion of the programme a graduate will be able to:

  • Create, evaluate and assess options to enable effective problem solving and decision-making;
  • Locate, extract and analyse data from multiple sources, including the acknowledgement and referencing of sources.

C. Practical Skills

On successful completion of the programme a graduate will be able to:

  • Actively engage in financial reporting, financial statement analysis and interpretation, tax planning, investment, financing and dividend policy decision-making.

D. Key/Transferable Skills

On successful completion of the programme a graduate will be able to:

  • Develop appropriate research skills using qualitative and quantitative and ICT techniques and skills;
  • Display a range of personal and interpersonal skills, such as continuous learning, time management, teamwork, and effective communication. These skills are beneficial for a professional career as well as further studies.

    Programme Structure

    Level – 4:

    • BM 412 – Accounting Systems and Business Organisations
    • MG 405 – People and Organisation
    • BM 413 – Business Environment
    • MG 408 – Graduate Challenge
    • BM 415 – Management Accounting
    • MG 410 – Career Viewpoint

    Level – 5:

    • BM 517 –Advanced Management Accounting
    • BM 518 – Enterprise Projects
    • BM 519 – International Auditing

    Students will undertake one of the following 15 credit modules in semester one:

    • BM 521 – Small Business
    • BM 522 – Project Management
    • BM 523 – Contemporary Issues in Accounting and Finance

    Students will undertake one of the following 15 credit modules in semester two:

    • BM 525 – Business Analytics
    • BM 526 – Economic Analysis
    • MG 520 – Future of Work

    Level – 6:

    • BM 617 – International Finance
    • BM 618 – UK Taxation
    • BM 619 – Financial Reporting & Management
    • BM 622 – Strategic Decision Making
    • BM 625 – Business Information Systems

    Learning, Teaching and Assessment Methods

    The objective of the course is to develop knowledge, skills and analytical ability of students to enable them to enter a successful career in business organisations. The general approach to the learning process involves:

    • Lectures
    • Tutor and student led learning
    • Workshops
    • Self-study and directed research and investigation

    The assessment strategy is designed to ensure the learning outcome are achieved and that there is a progressive development of knowledge and skill.

    The assessment tasks include:

    • Individual assignments
    • Group Work
    • Examinations
    • Reflective Portfolios
    • Project Work

    Formative assessment enables early feedback to be given on progress and to help students improve performance.

    Assessment at all levels is by coursework, practical tasks and examinations, with some modules being assessed by 100% coursework.

    Subject Benchmark Statement:

    General Business and Management (2007), Finance (2007), Accounting (2007)


    Students will be expected to have passes in at least 5 GCSE/GCE subjects, of which two must be Advanced Level, or equivalent (BTEC National, GNVQ Level 3 at Merit, International Baccalaureate, Abitur etc.), GCSE passes in Mathematics and English Language, or equivalent, at grade C or above. All applicants will be expected to have a UCAS Tariff score of 200-240. International students will be expected to have an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 scores in all areas.

    Mature students without formal qualifications, but with appropriate experience, may be admitted to the course under University and Faculty APL and APEL procedure and policy. This is in-line with the university’s admission statement regarding mature students.

    For students progressing by entry with advanced standing to Level 6 an overall Merit profile in an HND, a Foundation Degree or a recognised overseas equivalent is required. In other cases, applications for advanced entry with specific credits towards the degree will be dealt with under CATS/APEL regulations and procedures.

    Start Date

    New intake each: Januray / April/ September

    Total Course Duration

    3 years

  • Progression Route on completion

    On completion of the programme, students will be able to progress to a range of opportunities and careers in the Accounting & Finance profession. Having achieved maximum exemption from Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) papers, graduates can progress their professional qualifications through the ACCA or through other equally prestigious accountancy professional bodies, such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), Chartered Institute of Managerial Accountants (CIMA).

    Recent graduates from this course have gone on to get jobs such as: Accounting Assistant, Personal Banker, Financial Analyst, Payroll Assistant and Graduate/Trainee Accountant.

    The academic strength and rigour of the BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance programme means that students are sufficiently prepared to consider entering the field of academic research.


    The tuition fee is £9,250 per annum. Students on this course may be fully funded by the Student Loan Company. This facility is only available to UK and European Union students. For more information, please contact the admissions team at or T: +44 20 8556 5009


    Please apply through UCAS and for assistance, contact via email, our Admissions Department, or, by post to Mont Rose College, Shakespeare House 267 Cranbrook Road London IG1 4TG. 

    Study Location:  Mont Rose House, 412-416 Eastern Avenue, Gants Hill, IG2 6NQ