The ACC diploma is recognised by all local universities and many overseas universities. Many universities in Australia and the United Kingdom grant up to one year’s exemption, which means you can complete your degree programme faster.
You will also enjoy module exemptions for courses and examinations offered by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), and the Singapore Association of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (SAICSA).
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ELR2B2-BTo be eligible for our diplomas, candidates must have the following GCE ‘O’ Level examination (or equivalent) results.
You must also have sat for a Humanities subject or Art / Music or Principles of Accounts or a relevant OSIE / Applied Subject, and fulfil the aggregate computation requirements.
YEAR 1 MODULES
This module equips students with a basic knowledge of the fundamentals of business law and its application in a business environment. Topics include the Singapore Legal System, Law of Contract, Agency Law, Law of Tort, Law of Business Organisations, Introduction to Company Law, Intellectual Property Law and Business Ethics.
This module provides an overview of the Singapore income tax system and its tax administration. Topics include taxation of employment income and other income, personal reliefs and parenthood tax rebates, business deductions and goods and services tax (GST). Students will learn to prepare income tax computations for resident individuals, non-resident individuals and sole proprietorships as well as develop tax planning strategies for individuals.
YEAR 2 MODULES
This module covers topics such as incorporation procedure and effects, maintenance of statutory records, conduct of meetings, duties and liabilities of directors, rights of members, corporate rescue schemes and liquidation. Students will receive hands-on practice in the preparation of statutory returns using appropriate commercial software packages and become familiar with the Companies Act and other relevant statutory requirements.
YEAR 3 MODULES
Financial Markets & Services This module examines the role of the financial markets, their players and instruments, and the status of Singapore as a financial centre. The module will also trace the relationships between the various markets and their participants with emphasis on current events, trends and developments in the markets. Financial Planning This module aims to provide a coherent understanding of personal financial planning in the midst of the changes in the financial services industry and the blurring of product lines within the financial sector. The module will equip students with technical and conceptual financial planning knowledge to prepare them for a career in the financial services industry. International Economics & Finance Students will acquire a basic understanding of the tools used to analyse contemporary international economic issues. The module covers current trade barriers and the role played by international institutions in promoting global trade. Students will also study the principles of international finance.Investments Students will learn the principles and practice of investments, how to analyse and discuss the characteristics of various investment products such as equity securities and fixed income securities, and to use various valuation techniques to value these securities. Students will have an overview of international financial markets whilst gaining insights into the Singapore market, in particular, the Singapore Exchange. Treasury This module provides an overview of the background, development and mechanics of the treasury business covering money markets, foreign exchange, futures and options markets, and the instruments traded. The arithmetic and workings of these markets will be examined and explored with the aim of giving students an insight into the dynamics of these markets and their impact on and contributions to the financial industry. * Please take note that all options, electives and internships are subject to availability. * Students pursuing any of the Pathway 2 Options will have to complete an Internship of about 7 weeks, which carries 5 credit units.
Enterprise Creation &Development
Course ChairMrs Yong-Ong Bee LengEmail: [email protected]Ngee Ann Polytechnic Toll free: 1800-4607333 (admission to full-time courses) General enquiries: (+65) 6466 6555 Fax: (+65) 6468 3207 Email: [email protected]