Programme Name Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting
Programme Description
Increasing complexity in the business and regulatory environment demands both business executives and professional accountants to enhance and upgrade their knowledge in accountancy. This programme, therefore, provides a deeper knowledge in accountancy beyond the bachelor's degree level as it intends to equip students holistically to deal with recent challenges facing business and Accounting profession in the global economy. This programme is to enable students to:
i. Acquire extensive in-depth knowledge in the accountancy field.
ii. Generate and expand their existing knowledge on the latest developments in accounting theory and practice.
iii. Develop and enhance their analytical skills in order to critically analyze and question existing knowledge and practice in accountancy.
iv. Integrate and apply their knowledge of accountancy in decision making.
v. Analyze, transform and evaluate abstract accounting data and concepts.
vi. Apply relevant accounting processes in complex, variable and specialized contexts.
vii. Accept complete accountability for determining, achieving and evaluating personal and or group learning outcomes.
viii. Develop a high command of specialized scholastic and research skills to adapt, innovate and solve accounting and other related problems in an ever-changing global business environment.
Majors Accounting
Minimum Requirement
Alternative Entry - Applications to be assessed by College DEAN; Students can be admitted to the programme with Bachelor's degree in Accounting with at least 3.0 GPA.  Those holding a Bachelor's degree but have a lower GPA, will need to have at least two years of relevant industry experience to be eligible for admission OR Dean's approval.
Programme Type Postgraduate Diploma
Credit Points Required 120
Campus Nasinu,Labasa,Namaka,Ba
Duration 1
Estimated Tution Fees - Local (FJD) $5,191.20
Estimated Tution Fees - Regional $15,120.00
Note * This programme is in the process of being recorded with Fiji Higher Education Commission and we anticipate the programme to be recorded by July 2021.