Diploma Accounting & Finance in Business Management
What modern managers need to know for EFFECTIVE



Accounting involves recording and analysing transactions to show their effects on the financial position of an enterprise; such data is essential in controlling its finances. But a manager must go further, and ‘read’ (interpret) accounting data accurately, and then use it wisely in planning and in controlling the operations of the enterprise and in decision making, which are all essential for its prosperity and survival. This Program does not train bookkeepers or accountants. It teaches modern managers to understand and/or control bookkeeping or accounting colleagues and subordinates, and to make effective use of available accounting data.

Major Topics:
  • Investment strategy and appraisal.
  • Working capital : its composition and computation.
  • Partnership, departmental, branch and hire purchase accounting.
  • Financing businesses, capital, ordinary and preference shares, loans, debentures.
  • Books of account : the ledger, principles of modern double-entry bookkeeping manually and by computer, comparisons, advantages.
  • Trading and profit & loss accounts, balance sheets and other financial statements, contents, purposes, layout and presentations.
  • Interpreting financial statements and accounting data, accounting ratios, break-even analysis; budget preparation, budgetary control.
  • Control over profits, cash and funds flow, stock control, credit limits and credit control, auditing, pricing policy. Cost accounting, methods, standards, variances.


UK Higher National Diploma(HDN) program entrance requirement:
  1. Applicant must be at least 18 years of age, and
  2. Completed Secondary School, or
  3. Certificate with at least 3 years work experience.
Duration and structure

Course Duration: Minimum 6 – 12 months

Course Module:

  1. 1. The Need for Complete and Accurate Accounting Information
    2. Capital and Business Finance
    3. Principles of Bookkeeping and Book of Book of Account
    4. Final Account (1)
    5. Final Account (2)
    6. Principles of Costing
    7. Planning and Forecasting
    8. Stock/Inventory Control
    9. Credit and Credit Control
    10. Partnership Accounts
    11. Interpretation of Final Accounts
    12. Computerised Accounting Systems And ‘Packages’

To gain your Diploma you need to sit and pass an Examination. 
Full and clear details about this are provided to you, including in your Study & Training Guide, after you have enrolled.  The clear information explains when, where and how your Examination will be arranged - it is a simple and straightforward process, which hundreds of thousands of other leaners have successfully gone through.  If you study well and follow the advice in the Study & Training Guide, then you should be able to achieve high marks and good grades, and obtain your prestigious International Diploma!
Course Outcome
Upon Successful Completion Of This Course:
  • Diploma in Accounting & Finance (in Business & Management)
    Issued by Cambridge International College, United Kingdom.
  • Have attained an accredited qualification equated to the British National framework of :
    Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 4.
  • Have attained an accredited qualification for Supervisory and Managerial levels.
  • Apply for Degree programs.
Course Fees

Level 4 endorsed by EALP (Evaluation & Accreditation of Learning Providers)
A Professional Development Programme Accredited Qualification

Includes 12 modules and Final assesment
Course Duration: Minimum 6 – 12 months

Payment Plans Fee per Instalment Effective fee
1 Time payment £380 £380
2 monthly instalments £200 £400


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