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Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Launching a new generation of global leaders in financial information.

The Cambridge Master of Accounting (MAcc) is a part-time, two year degree programme, designed in consultation with senior practitioners and employers in the field.

Who is the MAcc for?

The MAcc is for early-career, ambitious professionals who want to accelerate their career toward leadership roles in the field of financial information.

You should have a background in a discipline such as accounting, finance, audit, computer science, engineering, or applied mathematics.

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How is the Cambridge MAcc unique?

CJBS offers the research expertise, global network of industry leaders and rich Cambridge learning environment to nurture 'change agents' in the industry, able to predict and steer the complex futures they face.

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What will you learn?

You will build expertise in estimation, analysis, and decision-making, and will finish the MAcc with expertise in using data analysis to solve complex, ambiguous problems, ready to make an impact at organisational level in your future career.

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What will the Cambridge MAcc do for your career?

The MAcc will enable career acceleration, enabling advancement into decision-making roles in areas such as audit, internal audit, criminal forensic accounting, early-stage entity accounting, and strategic management accounting, among others.

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Applications are now open for entry in September 2018.


Deadline: 30 June 2018

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The MAcc hosts a number of events including on-campus experience days.

The Graduate Admissions Open Day will be held on 3 November 2017. Sign up now.

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