The MSc Accounting and Management is a new taught postgraduate programme offered by the School of Business and Management. This programme offers specialised, practical and theoretical education in the area of accounting and the management of resources. It is relevant to both corporate and public sectors and this programme will develop both your theoretical and practical knowledge of accounting and its role in recording and influencing the management of resources.
This course will appeal to students who are interested in how accounting systems inform the management of corporate and non-corporate sector resources. Accounting information systems are placed at the centre of this course and students will be challenged to structure their critical thinking and analysis within a unique business models organising framework in a world that has become increasingly financialised.
This course is founded upon a range of innovative, compulsory modules in which you will examine resource management in the context of today's challenging financial environment.
The programme will:
-Provide you with a pathway into corporate and non-corporate spheres of executive employment with the appropriate skills in accounting systems and the way in which these influence the management and deployment of resources
-Equip you with both a critical theoretical and practical knowledge of accounting in a variety of organisational settings
-Give you a range of transferable skills that are attractive to employers
Why study Accounting and Management at Queen Mary?
The School of Business and Management has built a strong reputation for our distinctive approach, in particular our focus on the interdisciplinary nature of business and management.
We concentrate on developing your communication and presentation skills, as well as your ability to offer insightful analysis and creative thinking. We draw on a long history of human thought, working on the principle that a truly practical business education teaches you to think beyond textbooks, management fads, and memorised formulas for success.
Queen Mary's programme is distinctive from other Masters in Accounting and Management in that it:
-Will appeal to students who are interested in how Accounting systems inform the management of corporate and non-corporate resources
-Locates Accounting and Management of resources within a unique business models framework to explore how complex relations between resource management, stakeholders, financial outcomes and performance play out
-Will equip students with both a critical theoretical and practical knowledgeof accounting in a variety of organisational settings
-Reflects challenges facing corporate and non-corporate spheres in a financialised world.
QMUL works closely with the Chevening - the UK government’s international scheme aimed at developing global leaders - to provide a large number of full scholarships for study on our one-year Masters courses.Every year QMUL hosts a large cohort of the 1500 Chevening Scholars who come to study at universities all over the UK. In 2016-17 we have a record of 87 scholars joining QMUL from countries across the globe!Chevening Scholarships are available for students from all nationalities.All Chevening awards cover full overseas tuition fees, as well as providing a stipend for living costs, air-fares, and a variety of other expenses.Chevening Scholars also benefit from a year-long programme of events helping you experience the best of British culture and to make the most of your time in the UK.There are two types of award on offer at QMUL:QMUL-Chevening Scholarships A large number of these awards will be available across all one-year QMUL masters courses.QMUL-Chevening Partner Awards In addition to the QMUL-Chevening Scholarships, QMUL also supports an additional seventeen QMUL-Chevening Partner Awards. These awards are for specific academic departments and for particular courses.
Value of Scholarship(s)
To be eligible for a Chevening Award you must: - Be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible country - Return to your country of citizenship for a minimum of two years after your award has ended - Have an undergraduate degree that will enable you to gain entry to a postgraduate programme at a UK university. This is typically equivalent to an upper second-class 2:1 honours degree in the UK - Have at least two years’ work experience - Meet the Chevening English language requirement by 13 July 2017
Applications for all scholarships must be made directly to the Chevening: full details on how to apply are available on the Chevening’s webpages.In order to be considered for a QMUL-Chevening Partner Award, candidates are encouraged to place QMUL as their first choice university.The deadline for applications is Tuesday 8 November 12:00 GMT.Candidates should also apply for their chosen Masters programme at QMUL through our online portal in the normal way.Candidates are encouraged to QMUL as early as possible to ensure that their application can be processed in a time to meet the Chevening’s deadline for the confirmation of their unconditional university offer in July 2017.