The Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and Finance offers versatile training in the area of Social Sciences, with major specialisation in the world of accountancy and finance, and also optimum knowledge of the fields of business, economics and law. This course enables students to add a Specialisation in Accounting and Taxation or in Financial Consultancy to their degree, for a career in banking, insurance, financial guidance, auditing or consultancy..
  • Degree Bachelors
  • Study Type Full-time
  • Study Length 48 months
  • Start Date Sep, Dec, Jun
  • Tuition Fees 6,065 EUR
Modules (48)
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Mathematics I
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Business Economics
  • Introduction to Law
  • Economic History
  • Mathematics II
  • International Economics
  • Financial Accounting I
  • Statistics I
  • Microeconomics
  • Statistics II
  • Spanish Economy
  • Marketing
  • Methods of Financial Evaluation I
  • Financial Accounting II
  • Macroeconomics
  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate Finances I
  • Human Resource Management
  • Cost Accounting I
  • Finance II
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Strategic Management
  • Econometrics
  • Finance III
  • Taxation I
  • Cost Accounting II
  • Directing Operations
  • Bachelor's Degree Final Project
  • Electives:History of Companies
  • Information Society
  • Financial System
  • Information Systems
  • Insurance and Bank Accounting
  • Family Businesses
  • Pension Plans and Retirement Planning
  • Ethics and Solidarity in Finance
  • Banking and Insurance Law
  • Accounting and Finance Updates
  • External Work Placement
  • Specialization Accounting and Taxation Units: Labour La...
  • Consolidated Financial Reporting
  • Public Sector Accounting
  • Accounting of Societies and Accounting Regulations
  • Taxation II
  • Auditing
  • Accounting and Taxation
Entry requirements
  • Other : If you are a citizen of one of the EU member states or of a country with a bilateral agreement, you can enrol in a university in Spain under the same conditions as Spanish students who have passed their university entrance exams if your qualifications also grant you entrance to a university in your home country. You may register to take the specific phase of the university entrance exams before obtaining the qualifications certifying that you are eligible for university studies in your home country.

    Education systems: European Union member states, Switzerland, China, Island, Norway, Liechtenstein, European or International Baccalaureate.

    Please check with the Spanish National University for Distance Education (UNED) for more information on requirements for your country. More information can be found at: http://www.uned.es/accesoUE
    Once your documents have been validated by the UNED, you can pre-register for the studies you wish to enrol in at the University Access Office (Oficina d’Orientació per a l’Accés a la Universitat).

    Please bear in mind the following:

    You cannot enter university through this route if you have already enrolled in a university in Spain.
    Depending on the studies you wish to enrol in, you will first need to take a Personal Aptitude Test before being admitted.
    There is no need for you to take a language level test before enrolling at UAB.
    If you have taken both the Spanish university entrance exams (PAU) and entrance exams in your home country, only one of the entrance marks will be taken into account when admitting you to university.
    If you wish to take the specific phase of the entrance exams, you must also obtain the corresponding certificate. In this case, you will first need to present the necessary documents before taking these exams.

    Entrance mark
    Entrance marks are calculated using the following formula:

    Qualifications + (a x M1) + (b x M2)

    Where a and b are the ponderation parameters of subjects corresponding to the specific phase.
    M1 and M2 are the specific phase subjects in which you achieved the highest scores, as long as these subjects are directly related to the studies you are interested in enrolling.
    Please bear in mind that to be able to ponder the subjects belonging to the specific phase, your mark must be a 5 or higher.
    If no mark is specified in your certificate, your mark will count as a 5.

    Requeriments
    The legislation pertaining to undergraduate studies allows admission to the UAB of persons with university studies within foreign education systems. Therefore, the following persons can apply for admission through this path:

    Those with totally or partially completed foreign university studies not from educational systems of member states of the European Union, or from other states with which international agreements applicable to university access have been subscribed (in accordance with the provisions of Article 38.5 of the Education Act 2 / 2006 of 3 May, and Article 20 of Royal Decree 1892/2008 of 14 November) and have not obtained official recognition of their studies.

    30 or more credits need to be recognised for the course to which admission is requested. However, admission cannot be granted through this path if 75% or more of the total credits for the new course are recognised, with the exception of those cases in which vacancies remain and permission is given by the UAB's central administration and executive offices (Rectorat).

    For the purposes of credit recognition and the scaling of the transcript of previous studies, consideration is given to those grades obtained by the student up to the deadline for pre-registration.

    Admission cannot be granted through this path if the previous academic transcript includes subjects enrolled on three times or more and not passed.

    If 30 or more credits are validated, it is not possible to apply for admission to the UAB, in the same academic year, using another method of university entrance. If between 1 and 29 credits are validated, it is possible to apply for admission through the path of pre-registration, only to the courses and centre contained in the ruling on validation and with a grade of 5. If no credits are validated, University entrance must be obtained through the access paths set out in the current Regulations.

    Each UAB centre publishes annually the number of places available for each course, as well as general admission criteria and deadlines for carrying out pre-enrolment. The relevant dates are set out in the academic and administrative calendar that the UAB Governing Council approves for each academic year.

    Application
    Applications should be addressed to the UAB's central administration and executive offices (Rectorat) and submitted to the academic management of the centre to which admission is requested. This must be done for every course of study and centre that is requested and should comprise the following documents:
    - Application form.
    - Original of the receipt for payment of the fees established in the Decree of the Government of Catalonia (Generalitat) with respect to assessment of academic transcripts.
    - Documentary evidence of exemption or the right to reduction of this fee, if applicable.
    - Covering letter.
    - Original and photocopy of identity card, residence permit or passport.
    - Personal academic certificate.
    - Curriculum of the previous studies.
    - Syllabuses of the subjects studied, authenticated by the previous university.
    - Grading system used by the previous university.
    - Any other documents that the applicant sees fit to attach.

    The documentation of foreign studies must meet the translation and legalisation requirements established in current regulations.

    Applications that do not meet legal requirements will be refused. Applications that do meet requirements will be sorted according to the following criteria:
    - First, applicants coming from similar studies to the subject area requested.
    - Second, applicants coming from unrelated studies.

    Within each group, applications will be ranked according to the scaling of academic transcripts, pursuant to the criteria laid down in the Regulations for admission to the UAB and published by each centre.

    Once the ruling on admissions has been signed, the centre publishes a list of authorised applications, those on the waiting list, and those that have been refused.

    Non-EU university students
    If you come from an education system from outside the EU or from a country which has not signed international agreements regarding university access, you may request admission into the UAB through one of these two alternatives:

    1. Validation
    If you have complete or incomplete studies and your qualitication has not been homologated by the Ministry of Education of the Spanish government, you can request your admission through validation of your studies. You will find all the information you need regarding this alternative in the following link.


    2. University pre-enrolment once your previous qualification has been homologated
    If you have already completed your foreign studies you can request the homologation of your qualification to the Ministry of Education. Once you have obtained it, you will be able to apply for admission through university pre-enrolment.

    Change of studies
    Requirements
    The legislation pertaining to undergraduate studies allows admission to the UAB of persons with partially-completed official studies at a Spanish university or with partially-completed university studies from foreign education systems, (contained in Article 38.5 of the Education Act). Therefore, the following persons can apply for admission through this path:
    - Those who have initiated and not completed official Spanish university studies.
    - Those with partially-completed university studies from educational systems of member states of the European Union or other states with which international agreements applicable to university access have been subscribed (in accordance with the provisions of Article 38.5 of the Education Act 2 / 2006 of 3 May, and Article 20 of Royal Decree 1892/2008 of 14 November).

    In all situations 30 or more credits need to be recognised for the course to which admission is requested, pursuant to the criteria established in the regulations on credit transfer and recognition. However, admission cannot be granted through this path if 75% or more of the total credits for the new course are recognised, with the exception of those cases in which vacancies remain and permission is given by the UAB's central administration and executive offices (Rectorat).

    For the purposes of credit recognition and the scaling of the transcript of previous studies, consideration is given to those grades obtained by the student up to the deadline for pre-registration.

    Admission cannot be granted by this path if the previous academic transcript includes subjects enrolled on three times or more and not passed.

    Application for admission by this path is compatible with university pre-registration.

    Each UAB centre publishes annually the number of places available for every course, as well as general admission criteria and deadlines for carrying out pre-registration. The relevant dates are set out in the academic and administrative calendar that the UAB Governing Council approves for each academic year.

    Application
    Applications should be addressed to the UAB's central administration and executive offices (Rectorat) and submitted to the academic management of the centre to which admission is requested. Each application can include only one course of study and should comprise the following documents:
    - Application form.
    - Original of the receipt for payment of the fees established in the Decree of the Government of Catalonia (Generalitat) with respect to assessment of academic transcripts.
    - Covering letter.
    - Original and photocopy of identity card, residence permit or passport.
    - Personal academic certificate or certified copy of the academic transcript, stating, if applicable, the subject area studied.
    - Curriculum of the previous studies.
    - Syllabuses of the subjects studied, authenticated by the previous university.
    - Grading system used by the previous university, if not belonging to the Spanish education system.
    - Any other documents that the applicant sees fit to attach.

    The documentation of foreign studies must meet the translation and legalisation requirements established in current regulations.

    Applications that do not meet legal requirements will be refused. Applications that do meet requirements will be sorted according to the following criteria:
    - First, applicants coming from similar studies to the subject area requested.
    - Second, applicants coming from unrelated studies.

    Within each group applications will be ranked according to the scaling of academic transcripts, pursuant to the criteria laid down in the Regulations for admission to the UAB and published by each centre.

    Once the ruling on admissions has been signed, the centre publishes a list of authorised applications, those on the waiting list, and those that have been refused.

    On being notified of admission, it is essential for the applicant to request the transfer of the academic transcript from the previous university. In the case of the UAB, the transfer will be processed automatically. Similarly, admission to the UAB is subject to the receipt and verification, on the part of the centre, of the official academic certificates sent by the previous university.

    Elite sportspersons who have to change residence, if they meet the requirements of current legislation, will be admitted to the UAB without occupying places reserved for this path.
  • Degree Bachelors
  • Study Type Full-time
  • Study Length 48 months
  • Start Date Sep, Dec, Jun
  • Tuition Fees 6,065 EUR
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