BSc Accounting & Finance programme formally receives accreditation from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

ACCREDITED PROGRAMMEThe School of Business & Economics at Richmond University is pleased to announce that their BSc Accounting & Finance programme has formally received accreditation from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) the global body for professional accountants.

Assessment has been carried out by ACCA against the BSc Accounting & Finance and in addition to their degrees students will now be able to obtain professional exemption from ACCA examination which needs to be completed to gain chartered qualified accountant status.

Commenting on this achievement, Professor Adrian Wilkins, Dean of School said “this is an important development for the school and for our students who appreciate the growing importance of professional accreditation in their degree programmes. At Richmond University we aim to provide a high quality business- focused education and we wish all our students on the BSc Accounting & Finance programme every success in their studies.”


Victoria Olszewska on behalf of Delia Heneghan, Vice President (Pro Vice-Chancellor), Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions

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Richmond, The American International University in London is a private, liberal arts university established in 1972 in Richmond, London. The university’s degrees are accredited in the USA by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and are validated in the UK by the Open University Validation Services (OUVS). Richmond hopes to achieve taught degree awarding powers (TDAP) by 2016.

The university is split between two campuses, both in the Greater London area: the Richmond campus, and the Kensington campus. The Richmond campus is the primary residence of undergraduate students, especially freshman who have just enrolled at the university; its facade is a major symbol of the school and appears on almost all promotional literature. The school’s The Kensington campus ( a closely grouped set of buildings) is where many of the upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students reside.