Department of Accounting

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The Department of Accounting at Birmingham Business School emerged from Department of Accounting and Finance, which contributed to sustaining the high reputation for scholarship in commerce related disciplines since the University’s foundation in 1900.

Degrees and Courses

Find out about the Accounting related degrees and courses offered across all levels of study, as well as programmes offered in other departments, that are available at Birmingham Business School; view degree programme and courses.


Research in the Department is centred around the Accounting Research Group and the Accountability and Governance Research Cluster.

The Birmingham Business School Accounting Research Group covers the mainstream research interests of the Department and also contributes towards commenting on the development of accounting and auditing standards.


At undergraduate level the Department contributes to the long established Accounting and Finance BSc degree and a recently launched, innovative BSc Accountancy degree, partnering with KPMG and the ICAS.

At postgraduate level, the Department, working with the Department of Finance, provides one-year full-time programmes leading to:

Members of the Department also contribute to our executive MBA programmes, in Birmingham and overseas. The Department also provides research degrees leading to a PhD qualification on both full-time and part-time bases.


Emeritus Professor Ron Hodges discusses studying an accounting or finance related degree and the academics that teach and undertake research within those areas.



Business School Doctoral Scholarships available for 2014/15

Birmingham Business School is pleased to announce a number of PhD scholarships for the 2014/2015 academic year in the areas of Accounting and Finance, Economics, Management and Marketing.

Discussion paper series; three new papers now available

'Brand recognition', 'Hong Kong's growth enterprise market' and 'Global value chains and industrial relations research' are the topics covered in the latest Business School discussion papers.

New Financial Economics MSc for 2014

The Department of Economics has helped grow Birmingham Business School's recently expanded MSc offering with the introduction of a Financial Economics MSc.

New MSc programmes for 2014

Birmingham Business School has grown its selection of available MSc degrees with the introduction of two new MSc programmes; MSc Financial Management and Msc Management.
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