Stay ahead professionally with the 100% online Postgraduate Certificate in International Accounting and Finance from the University of Liverpool’s AACSB-accredited Management School. This is a concise 12-month programme designed to provide you with highly demanded strategic management accounting and finance knowledge and skills within a global context. Connect with international professionals as you deepen your understanding of strategic financial decision-making within organisations worldwide.
You can expect to graduate from this programme with an enhanced international profile, enabling you to make an impact professionally. Since the four modules of your Certificate programme are part of the corresponding masters degree, you can also choose to continue studying so that you graduate with a full masters degree in international accounting and finance.
The online Postgraduate Certificate in International Accounting and Finance programme is offered by the University of Liverpool Management School, one of an elite group of business schools worldwide with AACSB Accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Join this online postgraduate programme and you’ll gain access to a Global Career Advisor Network that puts you in touch with global professionals and industry insiders. Advisors can provide you with invaluable insights to help you to move ahead professionally, redirect your career or start a new business venture. In addition to these advisory and coaching services, you’ll also have the opportunity to gain insight into different industries through a series of specialised webinars.
The business of football through a Liverpool lens
Kieran Maguire talks to us about the serious business of the beautiful game's Premier League. He is a Senior Teacher in Accountancy at the University of Liverpool, and a football finance expert. He is also a lifelong fan of newly promoted Brighton FC. Kieran discusses the city of Liverpool's plan to underwrite Everton Football Club’s new stadium, the importance of Champions League places, and different approaches to financing and running Premier League football clubs. The discussion has a specific focus on Liverpool FC, Manchester United, and Manchester City football clubs. And he draws attention to the monopoly of the top four clubs and the irony inherent in UEFA’s ‘Financial Fair Play’ rules.
I would argue that the MBA was the reason I was appointed to the role of CEO. I have been in this role for two years now and I am proud to say that the organisation is performing well above market expectations during my tenure so far!David Hadley - Computer Science - Dubai