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The Accounting Discipline at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) is mainly in the business of producing Chartered Accountants. It's graduates are in demand by the accounting profession and other businesses. They are found in senior positions around South Africa and in the financial capitals of the world. 

UKZN is registered with the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), and provides courses in accordance with its curriculum.

Over and above the undergraduate studies the School of Accounting offers a full range of postgraduate qualifications both on a full-time, part-time basis: 

  • Honours in Management Accounting
  • Honours in Financial Accounting
  • Masters in Taxation
  • Masters in Accounting

 

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UKZN Claims Top Spot in SAICA s Accounting Examination
UKZN Claims Top Spot in SAICA s Accounting Examination
The School of Accounting, Economics and Finance continues to excel in the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) Initial Test of Competence (ITC) examination as they have scored an outstanding 87% pass rate surpassing the national pass rate of 76% and putting them in a tie for fifth place out of 14 Universities.
Accounting Postgraduate Orientation Day
Accounting Postgraduate Orientation Day
Accounting postgraduate students were given a holistic view of what to expect and what will be expected of them at an academic level this year. They also got to hear from a prospective employer about how acquiring this qualification will open doors for them and enable them to get closer to becoming a Chartered Accountant.
College of Law and Management Studies is the College of Choice for...
College of Law and Management Studies is the College of Choice for...
For highfliers Ms Priyanka Harrichurran and Mr Arjun Nandlal pursuing a career in commerce with the College of Law and Management Studies is their first step towards a bright future.
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