Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Accounting and Finance (Part time)

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Accounting and Finance (Part time)


The University of Greenwich and the HKMA offer the Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Accounting and Finance programme (BAAF) to assist executives to pursue a professional qualification in the area of accountancy through continuous academic advancement.


The programme has been validated by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Graduates of the programme are entitled to a maximum exemption of six ACCA papers*, which brings students closer to the status of a professional accountant*.

* The exemption granted is subject to the decision of Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) on individual basis, based on the academic achievements of individual student.

Why choose the University of Greenwich BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance Programme?

  • An express way for a Reputable UK Degree
    The University of Greenwich is an internationally recognized university. The programme is a fully accredited British undergraduate university degree.
  • Upgrading your academic qualification in 1 year
    Participants can complete the Programme in 1 year with completing 5 modules.
  • Fully taught by experienced local associate faculty
    The Programme is taught by experienced local associates, who are practicing accountants or academics. A good mixture of academic learning and practicality can be ensured.
  • Affordable and competitive programme fee
    Degree can be obtained in an affordable and competitive programme fee.
  • Seeks to ensure Exemptions from the ACCA

Information at a Glance

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University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich has achieved a Teaching Excellence Framework silver rating in recognition of high quality resources, teaching and personalised provision.


Alumni of the University of Greenwich

Professor Charles Kao

Professor Charles Kao, the Noble Prize winner in Physics in 2009 for his ground breaking research in fibre optics, was a graduate of Electrical Engineering programme at the University’s predecessor, Woolwich Polytechnic, in 1957.

Professor Abiy Ahmed

Mr Abiy Ahmed, the 2019 Noble Peace Prize winner for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, was a graduate of MA in Transformational Leadership and Change in 2011.


Programme Structure

The BAAF Programme is a part-time evening programme and can be completed in 1 year over 3 academic terms. Each term lasts for 4 months.

Year 3

Module Credit No. of Lectures
1. Advanced Management Accounting 15 10
2. Advanced Financial Accounting
3. Finance 30 20
4. Audit and Assurance
5. Strategic Financial Management

Year 2

120 Credits Exemption

Qualified Candidates are exempted from this part

Year 1

120 Credits Exemption

Qualified Candidates are exempted from this part


Upon completion, students will be awarded the Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Accounting and Finance by the University of Greenwich.



HK$ 59,700 (payable by THREE instalments)

Entry Requirements

Applicant who holds:

  1. HKMA Advanced Diploma in Professional Accounting Studies OR
  2. Accounting-related qualifications in diploma level, which equate in level and content to the first two years of the Accounting & Finance degree programme OR
  3. Accounting-related sub-degree (either Higher Diploma or Associate Degree)

Applicant must be proficient in English language and are required to provide evidence of proficiency if educated in a language other than English:

  • Grade D or above obtained from HKCEE (Syllabus B) OR
  • Grade D or above obtained from HKALE OR
  • Level 3 or above from HKDSE OR
  • Equivalent English Proficiency such as IELTS 6.0 or TOFEL 550, etc.


Course Details

Mr Michael Lee
Phone: 2774 8513
Ms Mandy Kwok
Phone: 2774 8599

General Enquiry / Course Enrolment / Membership

Phone: 2774 8500 or 2774 8501
Email: /
Fax: 2365 1000

It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.