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International Accounting & Controlling

BW, IBW, WiRe, BBE

Duration: 2 semester

Admission: GPA of AMC I + II (WISO, WIRE), GPA of FRA and Decision Making and Behaviour Business (BBE)

Spots per semester: 120 (winter semester) / 60 (summer semester)

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Description:

The specialization (SBWL) combines the contents of International Accounting, Controlling and Corporate Governance. The main focus is on issues related to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). In addition, topics related to Controlling and Corporate Governance in an international context will be discussed.

Job profile:

The SBWL prepares students especially for a professional career in an accounting and/or controlling department of internationally active companies. Other career options include international consulting and auditing firms.

Structure:

1. Semester

  • Course I – IFRS Accounting
  • Course II – International Corporate Reporting
  • Course III – Advanced Management Accounting

2. Semester

  • Course IV – Group Accounting 
  • Course V – choose between
    • Cases in International Financial Reporting & Earning Management
    • Planning Simulations
    • Financial Statement Analysis
    • International Accounting Research
    •   Non-Financial Accounting

Bachelor thesis:

Bachelor thesis topics are assigned through a common application tool for Finance and Accounting based on students’ average grade rankings. Further information on the website of the institute: https://www.wu.ac.at/en/accounting/lehre/sbwl-international-accounting-controlling/bachelor-theses

Admission:

The SBWL International Accounting & Controlling has a total capacity of180 students each academic year.

Winter semester:

108 Students Bachelorprogram WISO/WIRE

12 Students Bachelorprogram Business & Economics

Summer semester:

54 Students Bachelorprogram WISO/WIRE

6 Students Bachelorprogram Business & Economics

Admission WiSo/WiRe students

If the number of interested students exceeds the available capacity in a given semester, the students will be ranked by their average grade from AMC I and AMC II and their admission will be based on their rankings. Should the average grade of these two courses not lead to any clear assignment (in the case that more students have the same average grade), an additional criterion will be taken into account (grade of AMC II or, if required, the total average grade) in order to determine the ranking.

Admission BBE students

If the number of interested students exceeds the available capacity in a given semester, the students will be ranked by their average grade from the courses Financial Reporting & Analysis and Decision Making and Behaviour in Business and their admission will be based on their rankings. Should the average grade of these two courses not lead to any clear assignment (in the case that more students have the same average grade), an additional criterion will be taken into account (grade of Decision Making and Behaviour in Business or, if required, the total average grade) in order to determine the ranking.

 Here you canfind the presentation from the specializations fair!

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