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BSc (HONOURS) IN APPLIED ACCOUNTING
 B  U I   D I   G   U  U  S 
 ACCA/OXFORDBROOKESUNIVERSITY 
Join Kaplan Financial- The Research and Analysis Report Experts!Be The Next Graduate with a Degree!
SEPTEMBER 2009 INTAKE
FOR MAY 2010 PROJECT SUBMISSION
School of Accounting & Finance
 
 ACCA/OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY
BSc (Honours) In Applied Accounting
Students studying for their ACCA qualification now have the opportunity to obtain a degree from Oxford Brookes University, a recognised and highlyrespected UK university.Kaplan Financial is the first training centre in Singapore to offer the Oxford Brookes University Degree Program. This program enables ACCA students toobtain an Oxford Brookes degree, BSc (Honours) in Applied Accounting, upon the successful completion of the ACCA Fundamental Level examinations.
Students will receive their OBU results in March or September of each year. All information contained in this course brochure is accurate at time of print. Kaplan Financial reserves the right to vary this informationshould the circumstances so require.
Project TimetableProject ScheduleProgram Fee
Tutorials
 These tutorials will equip you with thenecessary skills required to complete bothyour Research Report and Skills & LearningStatement. They will cover:Choosing your topicResearch & analysis methodsWriting your reportCommunicating with your MentorPresentation skillsPreparing your Skills & Learning StatementSubmission procedures
Email Mentoring
 To provide guidance and support inpreparation for your Skills & LearningStatement. The support is provided by KaplanFinancial lecturers.
Group Presentation
 To give you the opportunity to deliver a 10-minute presentation on your Report to yourpeers in accordance with the Oxford BrookesUniversity’s requirements.
 Additional Support
 You can book additional meetings with aKaplan Financial lecturer to discuss anyproblems you may face while gathering andanalysing your data or preparing your report.
 ACCA/Oxford Brookes University  Approved Research And AnalysisProject Guide
In addition, students will receive an ACCA/ Oxford Brookes University ApprovedResearch and Analysis Project Guide fromKaplan Publishing, which includes a list of recommended topics for your report andextensive guidance notes on how to conductyour research.
Eligibility 
 An ACCA student is automatically opted intothe BSc Scheme when they register for the ACCA qualification. If a student chooses to optout of the revised degree scheme duringregistration, they can opt back in before theyhave attempted either, or all, of Papers F7,F8 & F9. If you have passed any of these 3subjects, you cannot register onto theBSc degree. To be awarded the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, you must:-Opt in to do the BSc with ACCA UK beforepassing any of the 3 ACCA Fundamentalpapers F7, F8 and F9-Pass the three ACCA Fundamentals papersF7, F8 & F9 & pass other papers as requiredto successfully complete all nineFundamentals Level papers-Complete the ACCA Professional EthicsModule by April 2010, before submission of project in May 2010-Complete and pass the Oxford BrookesUniversity Research and Analysis Project-Complete the BSc degree scheme within10 years of your initial registration onto the ACCA's professional qualification, even if you convert from one ACCA qualification toanother during that 10-year periodPlease note that you must successfullycomplete the Fundamental level exam papersF1-F9 and complete the Professional Ethicsmodule before submitting a Research and Analysis Project to Oxford Brookes University. You are required to pay a project submissionfee of £85 (Period 20) to Oxford BrookesUniversity with your project submission. You will gain access to the ProfessionalEthics module via
 myACCA
as soon asyou become eligible to take Paper P1,Professional Accountant.
 Admission
 The minimum academic entry requirements forregistering on the BSc degree are:-2 ‘A’ levels and 3 GCE ‘O’ levels includingMathematics and English- Oxford Brookes University recognises anumber of other qualifications which satisfythe minimum English Language requirement,including a pass in Paper F4 Corporate &Business Law prior to attempting Papers F7,F8 & F9- MSER students who do not have anacceptable English Language qualification,will be permitted to register for the BScdegree only after they have passed Paper 4Corporate & Business Law- If you are a CAT student who has passedthe CAT Advanced Level exam papers, youmeet all the entry requirements for theBSc Degree
Exemptions
 As a registered student, you may be givenexemptions from one or more of the 9 ACCAspecified exam papers. Oxford BrookesUniversity will give credits for exemptionsby ACCA for any of Papers F1-F6. However,if you wish to achieve the BSc degree youmust sit and pass all of the 3 ACCA subjectsF7, F8 & F9.No exemptions can be given from theProfessional Ethics Module or from theOxford Brookes University Research and Analysis Project.
Program Structure
Part 1Tutorial 1 - Getting StartedSeptember 2009Part 2Email Mentoring September 2009 to May 2010Part 3 Tutorial 2 - Writing Your Research ReportJanuary 2010Part 4Tutorial 3 - Completing Your ProjectMarch 2010Part 5PresentationEarly April 2010Professional Ethics Module15 April 2010Submission deadline31 May 2010$650
 
 The BSc degree will be based on both:- The ACCA average mark determined fromthe exam marks in the Fundamental SkillsPapers (F4-F9)- The grade achieved for the Research and Analysis Project (RAP) You will be given one of three Passing grades(A, B or C) or a Fail Grade (F) for theperformance in the RP. You will be given eithera ‘Pass’ or ‘Fail’ grade for the performance inthe SLS.
Determination Of ClassOf Degree
 The Research and Analysis Project (RAP) isthe final component of the BSc degree andconsists of two separate documents:- 6,500 word Research Report (RR) and a- 2,000 word Skills and Learning Statement(SLS)- You are also required to give a presentationon the project to your project mentor You have 3 attempts to pass the RAP.Unfortunately, if you fail the RAP on threeseparate occasions, you will no longerbe eligible to complete the BSc degree.Please note that you can either submit thesame project topic 3 times or 3 differentRAPs.
 Assessment
DateTimeRoom No.
28 August (Fri)6.30pm3rd Level, Room 301
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 Venue:
Kaplan City Campus
 ACCA Average MarkFirstUpper SecondLower SecondThird
68 or moreA, B, C---67A, BC--66AB, C--60-65-A, B, C--59-A, BC-58-AB, C-54-57--A, B, C-53--A, BC50-52---A, B, C
CLASS OF DEGREE
Latest date to complete the Professional Ethics module 15 April 2010Earliest receipt of RAP by Oxford Brookes University 1 May 2010Latest receipt of RAP by Oxford Brookes University 31 May 2010Oxford Brookes University BSc Examination Board September 2010RAP and BSc degree results despatched Wednesday 29 September 2010Please note that projects must arrive at the ACCA Office in Oxford Brookes Universityby the date of latest receipt. Any projectsreceived after the date of latest receipt will bereturned to students unmarked.Students should make appropriatearrangements with postal services toensure that their project arrives by thesubmission deadline.
SUBMISSION PERIOD 20

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