Professional training for Diploma in International Financial Reporting / DipIFR awarded by ACCA

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Professional training for Diploma in International Financial Reporting / DipIFR awarded by ACCA

Ημ/νία έναρξης μαθημάτων για τις εξετάσεις Ιουνίου 2020: 28/01/2020

 

Professional training for Diploma in International Financial Reporting / DipIFR awarded by ACCA

 

Learning outcomes – Programme objectives

DipIFR is designed for professionals in accounting, auditing and finance,who are keen to acquire in-depth understanding of IFRSs (IASs) and the abilityto apply these standards in practice. The program comprises 95 teaching hours(78 teaching hours plus 17 hours for revision). On successful completion of theprogram, professionals should be able to:

  • understand, explain and apply the IASB's Conceptual Framework
  • apply relevant financial reporting standards to key elements of financial statements
  • identify and apply relevant disclosure requirements
  • prepare group financial statements (cash-flow statements are not examined)


Eligible participants

Professional accountants and auditors in practice or business may be eligible to take the DipIFR qualification, subject to certain criteria (relevant degree andpractical experience):

  • two years of relevant accounting experience and a relevant degree (attracting at least 4 ACCA qualification exemptions), or
  • two years’ of relevant accounting experience and an ACCA Certificate in International Financial Reporting (CertIFR), or
  • three years of relevant accounting experience.

    Graduates with a strong backgroundin the field of Accounting and Finance who are not eligible because of lack of experience, may still attend the program and sit the ACCA’s CertIFR exams instead.

 

Tuition and exam registration fees

  • Tuition fees amounts to 1.800 euros, including ACCA approved teaching material (participants may be eligible for special discounts).
  • The program is eligible for LAEK-OAED 0,24 subsidy.
  • Residents outside Attica may attend the program via live-streaming. The fee for this category is 1.400 euros (no discounts available for this group).
  • In addition, an exam registration fee is payable directly to ACCA, in the amount of £185 for early registration and £299 otherwise.
  • The deadline for early registration for the June 2020 exams is 31 March 2020 (late registration dead line is to be announced).


Principal Instructors

The Program is taught by Stelios Dotsias, FCCA, and Anastasia Chalkidou, FCCABoth instructors have years of experience in applying and teaching IFRSs.

 

Teaching material

  • Study notes and lecture plan, prepared by the instructors
  • BPP ACCA DipIFR study textbook
  • BPP ACCA DipIFR practice & revision kit
  • Past papers & Mock Exams

 

Start of classes for the June 2020 exams - Application

Instruction starts on 28 January 2020. Early application is strongly recommended.



DipIFR Syllabus

For the syllabus of the programme, click here: DipIFR detailed syllabus

For more information on the DipIFR qualification visit ACCA’s website: DipIFR overview



Constantinos Caramanis, Professor of Accounting, Athens University of Economics and Business (programme coordinator).

+30 210 8203 367, +30 697 427 8653, c.caramanis@aueb.gr


Ntina Kavalari

+30 210 8203 916, dz@aueb.gr

 

Venue

KEDIVIM – Athens University of Economics and Business

46, Kefallinias st., 6th floor, Athens, 112 51,

Tel: +30 2108203 912/ 913 / 914


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