This programme provides a firm foundation in accounting and finance.
At a Glance
UCAS Institution Name and Code
BSc Honours (London campus)
3 or 4 Years
IB: 35 points
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You'll learn a balance of academic theory and real-life problem-solving skills that will be attractive to a wide range of employers.
The degree focuses on the core disciplines of:
- financial accounting
- management accounting
You will be based in Newcastle University London, which offers you the chance to study in London for a quality-assured degree from Newcastle University.
Highlights of this degree
Degree optionsDegree options
This degree is available as:
- a three-year degree (N402)
- a four-year degree with placement (N404)
Students on N402 can also apply to study abroad for a year between Stages 2 and 3 (see below).
We also offer Accounting and Finance BA Honours at our Newcastle campus.
Work placement (optional)Work placement (optional)
Between Stages 2 and 3, you have the opportunity to spend a year on work placement in the UK or overseas.
This can boost your CV and equip you with valuable business experience.
You'll receive support from the University's Career Service to find a placement that matches your skills and interests.
The London campus has strong links with companies such as:
- Jack Wills
- Arcadia Group Ltd
- Diageo plc
You can apply directly to our four-year degree with placement (N404). Or you can apply to our three-year degree (N402) and ask to transfer to N404 if you decide you'd like to take a work placement (up until the end of Stage 2).
Study abroad (optional)Study abroad (optional)
Between Stages 2 and 3, students on our three-year degree (N402) have the opportunity to study abroad for a year.
We have a number of partner universities in Europe through the Erasmus exchange scheme.
Currently partners include institutions in:
You can apply to study abroad up until the end of Stage 2. This opportunity extends your degree to four years in length.
Find out more about the benefits of studying abroad on the Business School website.
Professional exemptionsProfessional exemptions
If you want to become a chartered accountant, it is important to study a degree that is professionally accredited.
This shows that your degree meets the standards set by the industry, and often means that you do not need to take certain additional exams after you graduate (this is called an