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Pursue a promising career path with CamEd Bachelor of Accounting and Finance degree

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CamEd prepares students with a range of professional skills during the course. SUPPLIED

Pursue a promising career path with CamEd Bachelor of Accounting and Finance degree

Internationally recognised as a leading institution in Cambodia, CamEd Business School is offering the Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (BA + CAT) course to students wishing to pursue a career in the financial sector. Focusing on the field of accounting and finance, the programme also provides students with diverse professional knowledge in the subject of auditing, business law, tax practice, and many more.

Recruiting only highly qualified and experienced professors and mentors from countries such as the UK, the US, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Hong Kong, CamEd provides strong foundation for its students to successfully venture into the banking and finance sector.

Dominating the hiring ranks of business graduates in Cambodia, 96 per cent of CamEd students were employed within 12 months of graduation. Many leading Cambodian accounting firms including the Big Four firms have employed a large number of CamEd students throughout the years.

Allowing students to gain an insider perspective and understanding of business outside of the classroom, CamEd organises local as well as international study tours every year. In the past students have been brought to notable local factories, where they were exposed to the evolution of business and technology as well as visiting prestigious international companies and banks to gain knowledge of the global market activities and approach.

CamEd believes in the proper development of its students and ensures it through its philosophy by prioritising positive engagement and respect between students and staff, and enriching its pupils by teaching fluency in IT. And, building an adaptable trait to exploit changes in the technological sector.

Offering scholarships up to $4,000 for the four-year BA + CAT course students, the leading financial institution is striving to make higher education accessible to students. To be eligible for the scholarship at CamEd, students must undergo a two and a half hours English and Math online examination followed by around a 10-minute interview.

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CamEd’s Bachelors of Accounting and Finance degree is much sought after by employers. SUPPLIED

Potential students can book an appointment and choose their preferred exam date and time from Monday to Sunday – from 8:00AM to 5:00PM. Students intending on taking the four-year undergraduate course consisting of eight semesters will have to go through a rigorous exam before applying.

Being the first higher education institution in Cambodia to be recognised by the top UK-based university rating system with a five “QS Star” rating for its quality of teaching, CamEd is also accredited both locally and internationally by the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs in the US, ASEAN University Network-Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) in Asia and ISO 9001:2015 by Guardian Independent Certification.

All students at CamEd’s Bachelor of Accounting and Finance, as well as the CAT and ACCA programme, have to sit for international exams organised by the UK-based Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. The international recognition received by CamEd presents easy access to its graduates who wish to further their studies abroad.

Supporting the local financial sector since 2000, CamEd has trained over six generations of BA+CAT graduates in Cambodia and produced highly trained students with the necessary skills and proficiency to grow in the emerging labour and business market – for both domestic and international.


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