The BSc Accounting and Finance subjects cover integral topics for career-readiness such as: Business law, micro and macro-economics, corporate governance, entrepreneurship & small business development, financial markets & derivatives, corporate finance, investment analysis & portfolio management, and international business finance.
Through these topics and more, our graduates leave our University with the knowledge and skills that form an attractive employment prospect for corporations across the world.
Simply submit a copy of your transcripts with your application online:
International Students Welcome:
This is a 4-year programme designed to prepare students to immediately apply the skills, knowledge and competencies.
|Zambian Nationals||International Students|
|Application Fee||150 ZMK||15 USD|
|Year 1||24,500 ZMK||2450 USD|
|Year 2||28,000 ZMK||2800 USD|
|Year 3||28,000 ZMK||2800 USD|
|Year 4||14,000 ZMK||1400 USD|
|Technology Fee (Per Year)||400 ZMK||40 USD|
It’s well known that the traditional role of accounting has a primary focus of daily management tasks. Financial reporting and recording of financial activity of businesses and corporations across the world. But it’s a field that risks becoming obsolete with the advent of artificial intelligence.
That’s why we pair our BSc Management Accounting degree fundamentals with the latest finance skills to ensure that our graduates present an expanded offering to their employers. Taking the information gained through traditional accounting practice, our BSc Finance and Accounting graduates will be able to critically analyze data to project future growth, analyze expenditures, and develop overarching strategies that drive a company’s finances. A marriage of professional principles and processes with financial strategy and control with the objective of policy and corporate influence.