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Funmi Ogundare

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) recently unveiled its syllabus that would enable professional management accountants and finance professionals to enjoy a more robust and all-encompassing certification.

Following the review, the new syllabus will now enable students acquire new skills and competencies that are relevant to a digital market place.

The accounting management body in a statement said the updated professional qualification and CGMA competency framework address emerging digital skills gaps and that the change was necessitated by a study it carried out, which showed a clear need for a review.

According to CIMA, over the course of 18 months, it consulted finance professionals from over 2,000 public and private organisations in 150 countries, including through face-to-face interviews, roundtables and a global survey.

“The goal was to bring together different organisational views to understand and build a composite picture of the role finance professionals play in business, identify competencies and skills employers expect and map how these are changing in a digital world.“

The study titled ‘Reinventing Finance for a Digital World’, according to the statement, showed that over 50 per cent of finance leaders globally say the competencies of their teams must change significantly over the next three years as new technologies take over traditional tasks. The upside is that businesses expect a stronger focus on value creation with the automation of repetitive tasks.

The Executive Vice-President, Academics, Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, Dr. Noel Tagoe, who oversaw the unveiling, highlighted the three key areas that were updated and the expected benefits to professionals.

“The updated CIMA Professional Qualification focuses extensively on digital finance to deliver finance professionals who can harness the full power of technology and data to create and add organisational value while supporting businesses to mitigate new risks, including cybersecurity threats.”

He said the CGMA Competency Framework was also updated which both adds and incorporates the new area of digital skills to the four core existing knowledge areas of technical, business, leadership and people skills.

Tagoe said the third is the digital mind set professional development course to enhance competencies and skills through a free CPD bundle based on automation, blockchain, cybersecurity, data analytics and ethics.

He added that the body will continue to explore innovative ways to enhance the learning experience of its students to match new skills and competencies required in the market place.

Rotary Club Provides Safe Drinking Water for Lagos School

Motivated by the need to provide access to safe drinking water, which is critical to human health and development, Rotary Club of Lekki Phase I, RI District 9110, recently inaugurated a water project at Ebute Elefun Secondary School, Sura, Lagos Island to promote and encourage good health and well-being among students and staff in school.

The project, which was officially inaugurated by the District Governor, Rotarian Kola Sodipo, was courtesy of Rotary Club of Lekki Phase 1, with the support of the Rotary International through the Nigeria National Polio Plus Committee (NNPPC).

Speaking at the event, the National Coordinator of NNPPC, Tunji Funsho explained that the collaborative initiative was designed to create awareness of the importance of adequate water intake among students as part of a healthy and active lifestyle.

“Access to safe drinking water will create a plentiful source of low cost refreshment throughout the day for the students. It will encourage good health and wellbeing among students, staff and others, as well as reduce tiredness, irritability and distraction from thirst”, he said.

In his remarks, the President, Rotary Club of Lekki Phase 1, Dimeji Ajayi stated that the water project would have a positive effect on students’ concentration throughout the day and would demonstrate to parents and the local community that the school values students’ health and wellbeing.

Lauding the initiative, the Director, Education District, Mrs. Ajayi Aderonke, who represented the Lagos State Ministry of Education, thanked the club for providing water free of charge, adding that safe drinking water is critical to human health and development, yet millions of people lack access to safe drinking water from an improved source, many of these in sub-Saharan Africa.

On her part, the Principal of the school, Mrs. Omolara Oyebanji said the project would encourage consumption of water by the students and staff, adding that the school would ensure that the water remains hygienic, available and maintained.

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Killexams : North-West University’s students excel in global assessment

Students from the School of Accounting Sciences at the North-West University (NWU) again showed why both the school and its students are so highly regarded when they received an astounding 85% pass rate in the management case study exams of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). This is a global test with an average pass rate of 69%. Even more impressive is the fact that 67% more students had attempted the test than the year before.

CIMA is the largest professional body for management accountancy in the world, and passing this test is part of the requirements for qualifying as a chartered management accountant. Students from the NWU’s 2022 Management Accountancy honours-degree programme wrote this international computer-based test in November 2022, shortly after completing and passing their NWU exams.

“These results are testament to the superior quality of the Management Accountancy programme offered at the NWU, especially considering that this is a global exam. Management accountants fulfil a crucial skills gap in the finance and business sectors in our country and abroad. We welcome prospective students who want to pursue a career in this field and who choose the NWU as the partner in their journey towards achieving this prestigious designation,” says the deputy director of the School of Accounting Sciences, Prof Nico van der Merwe.

Management Accountancy students are typically ideally suited to become project managers, management consultants, financial directors, chief executives and entrepreneurs.

The BCom Honours in Management Accountancy class of 2022.

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Killexams : MSc Management and Strategy

Curriculum overview

We are ranked #3 in the world for social science and management, and the MSc Management and Strategy programme is founded in LSE’s tradition for academic excellence.

The programme is designed around four compulsory core courses, and you can also customise your programme according to your own interests and career goals with a wide choice of optional elective courses in managerial economics, accounting, finance, and a range of other syllabus from leading academic departments across LSE. 

You will complete the programme with a 6,000 word dissertation project during the summer, which will enable you to specialise with in-depth knowledge in your specific area of interest.

Compulsory core courses (2.5 units)

(* denotes a half unit)

Incentives and Governance in Organisations*
Explains how information and incentives influence decisions in organisations, and, on this basis, draws conclusions about the way companies should be organised and governed.

Design and Management of Organisations*
Investigates organisation and management decision making on the basis of general heuristics and biases exhibited by individuals and groups. This is used to analyse how organisations can manage individual and group decision making, and how this gives rise to informal structures in organisations, e.g. corporate culture.

The Analysis of Strategy A*
Introduces the abstract study of strategy on the basis of game theory and business economics, and applies these concepts to questions of business strategy, e.g. questions of vertical integration, value creation and a firm’s resources and capabilities.

The Analysis of Strategy B*
Develops a framework, on the basis of game theory and economics, to think systematically about the various dimensions of how firms compete in industries. This includes questions of market definition, pricing, advertising and research and development.

Dissertation: MSc Management and Strategy*
Gives students the opportunity to work on a project of their choice and apply the concepts from the programme in addressing a research question and the analysis of empirical evidence.

Optional elective courses (1.5 units)

(* denotes a half unit)

You will customise your programme according to your own interests with two 0.5 unit courses from the M&S elective course list below plus one other 0.5 unit course.  This can be chosen from the list below or, with the approval of the Programme Director, from the full list of LSE graduate level courses

Two 0.5 unit courses from the following list:

Valuation and Security Analysis*

Accounting in the Global Economy*

Management Accounting, Decisions and Control*

Financial Accounting, Reporting and Disclosure*

Financial Markets* (FM473L)

Financial Markets* (FM473M) 

Managerial Finance* (FM474L)

Managerial Finance* (FM474M)

Auctions and Game Theory*

Firms & Markets in Emerging Economies

Negotiation Analysis*

Strategy for the Information Economy*

International Marketing: A Strategic Approach*

The World Trading System*

Brand Strategy*

Topics in Management Research*

Public Management: A Design-Oriented Approach

Corporate Strategy

Evolutionary Psychology and Management

Principles of Pricing

One 0.5 unit course f
rom the above list or, with the approval of the Programme Director, from the full list of LSE graduate level courses

 To find the most up-to-date list of optional courses please visit the relevant School Calendar page. 

You must note, however, that while care has been taken to ensure that this information is up to date and correct, a change of circumstances since publication may cause the School to change, suspend or withdraw a course or programme of study, or change the fees that apply to it. The School will always notify the affected parties as early as practicably possible and propose any viable and relevant alternative options. Note that the School will neither be liable for information that after publication becomes inaccurate or irrelevant, nor for changing, suspending or withdrawing a course or programme of study due to events outside of its control, which includes but is not limited to a lack of demand for a course or programme of study, industrial action, fire, flood or other environmental or physical damage to premises. 

You must also note that places are limited on some courses and/or subject to specific entry requirements. The School cannot therefore ensure you a place. Please note that changes to programmes and courses can sometimes occur after you have accepted your offer of a place. These changes are normally made in light of developments in the discipline or path-breaking research, or on the basis of student feedback. Changes can take the form of altered course content, teaching formats or assessment modes. Any such changes are intended to enhance the student learning experience. You should visit the School’s Calendar, or contact the relevant academic department, for information on the availability and/or content of courses and programmes of study. Certain substantive changes will be listed on the updated graduate course and programme information page. 

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Killexams : Business and Management

Business and Management at Bristol

We want to inspire the next generation of managers and leaders who can respond to the changing needs of society and the biggest challenges of our time. We prepare our students with a solid academic foundation and the life skills to succeed in the real world.

Not only will you gain a solid understanding of how organisations operate in a global environment, but we offer the flexibility for you to tailor your course around your own interests and career goals.

We also offer International Business Management and Marketing courses.

The people are lovely, the city is beautiful and there's lots to get involved with. Management combines theoretical study with practical applications to produce a learning experience that is truly valuable.

Saakib, BSc Management

Career prospects

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With a combination of relevant theory, analytical skills and quantitative techniques - as well as our tailored careers support - a degree in business and management from Bristol will prepare you for opportunities in a variety of sectors. 

Many of our students join graduate management schemes in both the public and private sectors, while others opt to study at master's level or pursue professional careers in finance, marketing or management consultancy.

Recent graduate employers include KPMG, Goldman Sachs, UK government, Amazon and the NHS.

Bristol is a hub for startups, and some of our graduates go on to create and run their own businesses. 

What our students do after graduating

Course structure

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We offer a structured foundation supported by a flexible programme of study across our courses, allowing you to build your skills and knowledge while keeping your personal interests and career goals firmly in mind.

In the first year, you will explore important concepts and ideas in the fields of management, accounting, and statistics, as well as the global business environment. Second-year teaching will enhance your understanding of core research methods alongside optional units. If you opt for BSc Business Analytics you’ll study specific units on the subject in first and second year. In the final year you’ll put your skills and knowledge into practice and take a choice of specialist units. Most students will complete a dissertation, conduct a consultancy project or write a business plan.

Sample units may include:

  • Consumption and Consumer Behaviour
  • International Business Management
  • The Digital Economy
  • Project Management
  • Digital Marketing
  • Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Business
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

If you have chosen BSc Business and Management you will have the option to tailor your degree pathway through taking a combination of specialist units. Pathways include Management Consulting, Digital Business and Human Resource Management.

If you have opted for a course with Study Abroad, you will spend year three studying at a partner institution overseas either in English or in a modern language. Find out more about studying abroad at Global Opportunities.

Employability support

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While employability and professional skills development are embedded throughout our degrees, you can also benefit from events and initiatives organised by our Professional Liaison Network, such as a professional mentoring scheme, visiting speakers from relevant organisations, student visits to companies, student internships and consultancy projects with external partners.

Further support is provided by our dedicated University Careers Service. Our Basecamp Enterprise team support entrepreneurs and their ideas with skills workshops, networking events, funding and support programmes.

These opportunities will help you to enhance your employability, develop professional networks and explore different career paths.

Business and Management courses for 2023

Single Honours

Joint Honours

Our management degrees:

  • combine rigorous theory with real-world relevance, drawing on the latest case studies from our own research;
  • have a strong international dimension;
  • feature a wide choice of optional units, allowing you to personalise your degree.

Why study Business and Management at Bristol?

At Bristol we offer you a challenging yet supportive learning environment. We will help you become an innovative and resilient graduate with the confidence to find creative solutions to organisational problems.

You will be taught by academics and management practitioners who are experts in their fields. Our courses are current and exciting, informed by internationally renowned research.

Current members of the department have expertise in:

  • business ethics and sustainability;
  • group dynamics and learning;
  • internationalisation of business;
  • marketing;
  • innovation and digitisation;
  • organisational culture, values and organisational identity;
  • strategic management;
  • third-sector and non-profit management.

Your final year at Bristol may include a dissertation based on a piece of original research. Many students choose a theme that matches their personal career interests, and use their dissertation to showcase their talents to prospective employers at interview.

We equip you with skills to support you in your dissertation, such as research design, use of interviews and surveys, data collection and data analysis.

We offer opportunities for our students to engage with employers through our Faculty Professional Liaison Network. Initiatives include a professional mentoring scheme, visiting speakers from relevant organisations, student visits to companies, student internships, and student consultancy projects with external partners. These opportunities provide an excellent chance to Improve employability and explore different career paths.

What kind of student would this course suit?

Our management courses will be of interest to you if you are considering a career in business or in the public or not-for-profit sectors, and want to retain a broad and balanced approach to your studies.

There will be lots of opportunities, as the course progresses, to tailor the course to reflect your personal interests. You will benefit from an international dimension to your studies, as a member of the vibrant and diverse student community here at Bristol.

You will also enjoy studying management with us if you like a variety of approaches in your learning.

How is this course taught and assessed?

We use a range of teaching methods. As well as lectures introducing new material to a large group of students, we run exercise lectures demonstrating the application of material. Our small-group teaching enables valuable interaction and discussion with tutors and peers.

You will prepare assignments during the year and receive feedback to help you learn from your work. Degree classifications are determined primarily by examinations, although some units include a coursework element as part of the final assessment. You may also complete a dissertation.

What are my career prospects?

With a combination of relevant theory, analytical skills and quantitative techniques, a degree in management from Bristol will equip you for a career in any sector.

Many of our students join graduate management schemes in both the public and private sectors, while others opt to study at master's level or pursue professional conversion courses for law or teaching. Bristol is a hub for startups, and some of our graduates go on to create and run their own businesses. Others have pursued careers in management consultancy, marketing or HR.

Recent graduate employers include Accenture, Amazon, the NHS, JP Morgan and PwC.

Find out more about what our students do after graduating.

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Killexams : CIMA and ICAN partner to provide access to professional accountants seeking dual designation status

Mutual Pathway Agreement enables members of ICAN and CIMA to use both CA(NAM) and CGMA designations.

Tariro Mutizwa, ACMA, CGMA, regional vice president Africa at Cima

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Namibia (ICAN), the premier accounting institute in Namibia, and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the world’s largest professional body of management accountants, have entered into a five-year dual-designation agreement to enable their members to use both the Chartered Accountant, Namibia CA(NAM) and Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designations.

This Mutual Pathway Agreement will afford the qualifying ICAN members to enjoy the benefits of the CGMA designation which will set them apart as having advanced proficiency in finance, operations, strategy, and management. While the CIMA members holding the CA(NAM) designation will appreciate the premier benefits that come with being part of the leading and reputable accounting professional body in Namibia.

Tariro Mutizwa, ACMA, CGMA, regional vice president Africa, at The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, said: “CIMA is pleased to have partnered with one of the leading accounting professional bodies in Southern Africa. Our members will enjoy the premier benefits that come with having the CA(NAM) status.

“Equally, we are pleased to welcome the ICAN members to the extended family of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, representing 689,000 AICPA and CIMA members, students, and engaged professionals worldwide. The CGMA designation is held by over 150,000 accounting and finance professionals, and this makes it the most widely held management accounting designation in the world. We are therefore proud to formalise our presence in Namibia through ICAN.”

Fenni Nghikevali, chief executive officer at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Namibia, said: “As the premier accounting institute in Namibia, ICAN is committed to develop chartered accountants who are globally competitive with highly regarded professional expertise and leadership insights to contribute to the Namibian country and economy.

“Through this groundbreaking agreement, we would like to reiterate our commitment to steering a vibrant and diverse accounting profession that is armed with the tools to navigate a rapidly changing world. Our partnership with CIMA will empower our members to add strategic value to organisations and respond strategically to pressing matters such as value creation, management reporting, and organisational strategies.”

Eligible ICAN members looking to acquire the CGMA designation will be exempted from 15 of CIMA’s 16 CGMA examinations and will only need to complete the Strategic Case Study Preparation Course with a registered training provider and the Strategic Case Study Examination, the final milestone of CIMA’s professional qualification.

While CIMA members looking to gain the CA(NAM) designation will need to be active holders of the ACMA, FCMA, or CGMA designations and will only need to complete an accredited ICAN Professional Programme preparatory course, the ICAN taxation case study and the ICAN Assessment of Professional Competence, the final qualifying examination for Chartered Accountants in Namibia.

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Killexams : Study skills

Whether you're new to university, haven't studied for a while, or are part way through your degree, there is a set of skills that are essential to your success.

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