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EIT - Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting 2018

EIT Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting 2018 for International Applicants

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GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN 2018
PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING
Information for International applicants Napier Campus

This programme is an efficient way for business STUDENT PROFILE
graduates to achieve associate membership of the
accounting professions. It is specifically designed for Romulo C. Danong Jr. | The Philippines
general business graduates to complete the academic
accounting requirements of the professional bodies so “The lecturers provide engaging, interactive and
they can specialise in an accounting career. creative teachings, imparting their knowledge and
experiences to us. All my expectations about the
The programme is designed for students who already Hawke’s Bay were met and even more.”
have a business degree but do not yet reach the
academic requirements for associate membership of the Qualification Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting
professional bodies: Chartered Accountants Australia and
New Zealand (CA ANZ) and CPA Australia. Programme level Level 7

At the end of this programme graduates will:

• Have met the academic requirements for provisional
membership of the professional bodies (CA ANZ and
CPA Australia)

• Be prepared to start their practical experience
with either professional body. At the start of the
programme all students intending to enrol in this
programme can make an appointment with the
Programme Coordinator to discuss your course of
study.

CAREER OUTCOMES

This qualification completes the academic requirements
of the accounting professional bodies so students
can commence their practical experience to become a
Chartered Accountant.

This will lead to a wide number of employment
opportunities in professional practice, industry and the
public sector.

Length One year

CAREER OUTLOOK Start dates 19 Feb, 7 May, 23 July, 8 Oct
Fees NZ$ 19,900 per year

$ $ $ 6.0 (academic) with no band score lower
$49,512 $60,911 IELTS requirements than 5.5 or equivalent.
$43,938
Median earnings two years Median earnings five years Total credits 120 credits
Median earnings one year after study after study
after study

Job opportunities Employment rate two years Class times Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and
after study 5.00pm Monday - Friday. Approximately four
AVERAGE Study hours classroom hours per course per week
87% Location
POOR GOOD Approximately two hours for each classroom
Employment rate two years hour
after study
Napier Campus

https://www.careers.govt.nz/qualifications/view/HB3949/6007

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN COURSE LIST

Students will focus on financial and management accounting, business Students will complete 120 credits (8 courses), of which a minimum
finance, auditing, taxation and law . of 72 credits (5 courses) must be at level 7. The programme will be
individually structured to meet the academic requirements of the
FACILITIES professional bodies.

The campus is a pleasant environment for study with a range of general All courses have a total of 150 learning hours, usually including 56
purpose rooms and lecture theatres all with data projector equipment. teaching hours and independent study of 94 hours.
In the state-of-the-art Information Technology Complex there are nine
networked computer laboratories with 24 student stations in each. Alternative courses may be selected depending on prior study and with
the approval of the Programme Coordinator.
The library provides plentiful computer work stations with seven day
access for students, group meeting rooms and the wide range of Please note, pre-requisites will apply to some courses.
academic resources.
LEVEL 5 CREDITS
ENTRY CRITERIA
AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation 15
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Successful completion of an appropriate degree in Accounting. AC5.04 Budgets for Planning and Control 15

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS BU5.05 Quantitative Analysis 15
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English
language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways, BU5.06 Law for Business 15
including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or
IELTS (6.0 Academic) with no band score lower than 5.5 or equivalent, or LEVEL 6 CREDITS
completion of an EIT Hawke’s Bay assessment (ELPT).
AC6.01 Financial Accounting 15

AC6.02 Management Accounting 15

AC6.03 Principles of Managerial Finance 15

AC6.04 Taxation 15

AC6.05 Corporate Law 15

BU6.01 Economic Thinking 15

LEVEL 7 CREDITS

AC7.01 Advanced Financial Accounting 15

AC7.02 Advanced Management Accounting 15

AC7.03 Corporate Finance 15

AC7.04 Advanced Taxation 15

AC7.05 Audit and Assurance Services 15

ACADMIC STAFF

NAME QUALIFICATIONS

Fin Hamilton B Com Hons (Edinburgh), CA (Scotland),
FIIA – NZ

Conrad Schumacher LLB (Hons), BA (Hons)

Noel Yahanpath BSc (Maths), MBA, FAIBF

Louise MacKenzie PGDip (Ed Leadership & Management),
GD (Teaching), BBS

FIND OUT MORE:
[email protected]
www.international.eit.ac.nz

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