Unicaf University Earns ACCA Accreditation
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Another milestone in Unicaf University’s rapid expansion and development was the announcement this month by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants that the University’s BSc in Accounting and Finance degree programme has received nine exemptions in the ACCA qualification examinations. After assessing the programme for accreditation, ACCA has awarded graduates of Unicaf University’s BSc in Accounting and Finance a total of nine exemptions in the professional ACCA examination papers, that lead to the professional qualification of Chartered Certified Accountant and membership of the internationally recognised organisation.
The ACCA is the leading authority on matters concerning professional accountants, including education. The exemptions awarded to graduates of the BSc Accounting and Finance degree of Unicaf University is further proof of the University’s high standards, which serve in offering students higher education of international quality and recognition, resulting in well-trained, knowledgeable professionals, who are able to secure good positions in the local and international job markets, after graduation.
Unicaf University was created to transcend the usual boundaries of time and space in higher education, by offering fully online or blended learning degree programmes, the latter taking full advantage of the benefits of online delivery, through UNICAF’s Virtual Learning Environment, and of face to face tutorials and lectures at the University’s campuses and learning centres. Currently, UNICAF and Unicaf University have a physical presence in ten locations in Africa with several more expected to be established very soon.
Eligible applicants can benefit from the generous UNICAF Scholarship Programme, bringing enormous discounts to the fees of partner universities. Online students can keep their jobs and salaries, and also save by staying at home throughout their studies. Everything they need for studying is provided to them through the digital platform, the VLE. Studying is based on modules, allowing students to concentrate on a particular subject, take the relevant exam and then take some short time off, if needed, to attend to work or family matters. The students decide the pace at which they learn, as well as the times when they do their studying. With rolling intakes, anytime is the right time to enrol with Unicaf University.
To find out more visit www.unicafuniversity.com or www.unicaf.org
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