This applied and industry-engaged course gives you the edge in business by combining key management skills with financial expertise and strategic capabilities. You will also gain some exemptions from professional accounting exams.
Why study accounting and business management?
Effective financial and strategic management skills are highly sought after in business, and combined expertise will help you stand out in the graduate marketplace.
Why UWE Bristol?
The BA(Hons) Accounting and Business Management will prepare you to take on key management roles where your financial acumen will give you a valuable additional perspective.
Teaching balances technical accounting with management theory and practice, so you'll learn to manage effectively and make sound strategic and business and financial decisions.
Through regular guest speakers and employer partnerships, your learning is led by industry best practice and current innovations, so you're all set to enter practice in the real world.
In our Bristol Business School, you'll benefit from purpose-facilities which include interactive learning rooms and spaces for individual and group study.
You'll explore and apply real-time financial data in our Bloomberg Trading Suite, and attain the industry-recognized Bloomberg Certificate. At every stage of the course you'll be able to access academic skills support from the Academic Success Centre.
Develop your entrepreneurial skills though the University enterprise competitions and Grand Challenge projects. Join a Business Clinic team and gain experience of providing pro bono advice to small businesses and voluntary organisations.
This course shares a first year with our BSc(Hons) Accounting and BA(Hons) Accounting and Finance, with full transferability between courses at the end of the first year.
Where can it take me?
A sound financial grounding combined with effective management knowledge and skills will prepare you for leadership roles in a range of business and industry environments.
You might go on to join a graduate management training scheme in a major corporation, or decide to pursue professional qualifications in accounting or finance, or start your own business.