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Groupe Léonard de Vinci
Bachelor in Accounting & Finance
This BA (HONS) offered by Leonard de Vinci Group aims to provide advanced theoretical and practical knowledge of accounting and finance and an understanding of management concepts within an international business context. By studying at the EMLV, in collaboration with Coventry University, students will develop their professional and business skills through work-based learning and discussions with guest lecturers. Upon successful completion of the three year programme, student will be awarded a degree from Coventry University. The programme covers the key areas of: Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Finance, Taxation, Business Law and Business Economics and Investment.
Students who are in China can find the Replay on Youku
Entry requirement: High School Diploma / Admission requirements are specific to each country
Duration: 3 years, full-time
Location: Paris (France)
Selection: evaluation + IELTS 6.0
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Will I need to continue on to a master’s after graduating or can I get a good job with a bachelor’s?
Is it really three years of accounting and finance in a bachelor’s? Shouldn’t we have some humanities classes to balance our learning?
What is the Coventry University partnership? Where does our diploma come from?
Can you give more information on the courses, please? There is almost zero information on the site about the curriculum.
Do we have the opportunity to specialize in a particular area of accounting or finance, such as business tax law?
I have never heard of Pole Leonard de Vinci. Is it a university, is it a grande école?
Does this program deliver any additional certifications or prepare for tests necessary to become a certified accountant?
How big are classes sizes? I'm concerned about attending lectures too many other people that it’s hard to ask questions.
Hi, I was wondering if we learn about accounting software tools or if everything is done analog?
Is it possible to have a part-time job while attending this bachelor’s?
Are the professors practicing professionals or solely academics?
What kind of student housing is available?
Are there scholarships available for internationals students?
What student life activities are organized?
Hello! I don’t speak French. Will that be problem to do this program?
What’s the procedure for getting a student visa? Is there assistance to help us navigate the system?
Do you have an accreditations that make this diploma recognized internationally?
What does it mean that this bachelor’s is with honours?
Is there an option to go on exchange anywhere? Do you organize study trips?
Do we have to take a test or prove any competencies for admission?
How international is this program? Is it mostly French students?
Are the law courses focused more on European regulations, if so, why come here as a student from outside the EU?
What’s the format of the program in terms of classes and lectures?
Are we required to do an internship?
With a name like that I'd expect culture and inventions rather than numbers and stats. Are you true to the name you hold?
A Step Sideways: What do you call an accountant who always works through lunch, takes two days holiday a year, and goes to the office every weekend? Lazy. Do you agree?
Don't you think it's too early to get into accounting when you're 18?
Accountants often have a bad reputation, what can you say about that?
What’s the campus like? La Défense kind of seems like a dead zone after dark.
What companies does the school have relationships with to find employment opportunities?
Are we expected to work directly after the bachelor or continue studying?
What's the best and worst thing we can do in the admissions’ interview?
What's the difference between the Groupe Leonard de Vinci and the Pôle?