Are you interested in learning more about accounting standards? On this continuing education course in accounting you will learn how to influence the financial reporting and management process.
The accounting standards defined by the IAS (International Accounting Standards) and IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) dominate all areas of finance and accounting in many organisations. This course in accounting will prepare you for the future.
You will acquire comprehensive and practical knowledge of accounting in compliance with IAS/IFRS
You will be able to select your learning speed individually on the basis of self-study of the course materials
You will be able to practice on the basis of various practical situations and case studies
You will prepare specifically for the final examination
If you pass the examination, you will receive a recognised qualification certificate
Modern and goal-orientated. This specialist course meets a current need, as the IAS/IFRS accounting standards dominate all areas of finance and accounting in many companies. Bern University of Applied Sciences is offering this continuing education course in accounting in cooperation with the ACCOVALIST Institute for Accounting & Finance SE. The course will comprise prior self-study of ten learning material units, five attendance days and one (voluntary) examination day.
You will acquire comprehensive and practice-orientated knowledge of accounting in compliance with IAS/IFRS. You will have ten weeks time for self-study of the course materials - in this phase you will be able to determine your own pace of learning. During the attendance days you will deepen your new knowledge on the basis of practical situations and case studies. You will be able to prepare for the final examination on the last day of the second attendance phase in an empathic atmosphere. After passing the exam, you will receive a recognised qualification certificate that will document your sound practical knowledge.
You do not need to meet any specific admission requirements to participate in this extra-occupational course. However, prior knowledge of IFRS accounting is required. If you have any questions, please contact the director of studies directly.
Knowledge of accounting in accordance with the Swiss Code of Obligations (OR).
Knowledge and skills
You will be familiar with financial reporting in accordance with IFRS.