By the end of the course students should have:
- Advanced knowledge of international accounting regulation.
And be able to:
- Analyse, account and interpret complex transactions from an accounting perspective.
- Solve any new accounting problem using the knowledge acquired in this and previous courses.
- Understand the effect of accounting policies on the figures reported on the financial statements.
- Deal with particular problems related to advanced international accounting issues.
- Initiative and self-learning.
- The ability to select and assign priorities within restricted resources and to organize work to meet tight deadlines.
- Work in teams.
- Present, discuss, report and defend views effectively.
- Be able to deal with complex accounting issues.
- Compliance with the fundamental ethical principles.
- Commitment to continual improvement and lifelong learning.
- Critical thinking and analysis of situations.