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New online accountancy courses backed by CIMA

Middlesex University has launched two online courses backed by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

The Professional Masters (MProf) in Accounting Practice and MProf Finance Practice awards are designed for CIMA members and aim to bring together practice and academic study.

“By enabling candidates to reflect and learn from what they do on a daily basis and relating it to academic theories, candidates will become not only more reflective practitioners, but ultimately more effective managers,” Middlesex University Head of Accounting and Finance Firoozeh Ghaffari said.

Members can use their CIMA qualifications to exempt themselves from the first stage of the three stage course.

The courses take two years to complete on a part-time basis and start in either September or January.



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