BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting and
Research and Analysis Project
CONTENTS OF WEB PAGES
About Oxford Brookes Un i versity
E li g i b ili ty
A i ms and outcomes
Programme regu l at i ons
Programme l earning outcomes
RAP l earn i ng outcomes
Resubm i ssion ru l es
Determ i nat i on of class of degree
The ro l e of the pro j ect mentor
Choosing your Pro j ect Mentor
Meet i ngs w i th your Pro j ect Mentor
Contribut i on to Sk ill s and Learn i ng Statement
RAP preparat i on gu i de
Pro j ect top i c areas and t i t l es
Informat i on gather i ng
Referencing of i nformat i on sources
Research eth i cs
Conf i dent i a li ty and anonymity
Informat i on Techno l ogy
Prepar i ng your Research Report
Structure, word count and presentat i on
Sk ill s and l earn i ng statement
Ru l es and regu l at i ons
Oxford Brookes Un i versity po li cies and procedures
Oxford Brookes Un i versity cheat i ng statement
Oxford Brookes Un i versity contact detai l s
Frequently Asked Questions
APPENDIX 1 Research and Analysis Project Assessment Criteria APPENDIX 2 Notes for your Mentor
APPENDIX 3 A guide to citing and referencing for Business School students APPENDIX 4 Ethical standards for research involving human participants APPENDIX 5 Oxford Brookes University Process Model
APPENDIX 6 Submission forms and Checklist
About Oxford Brookes University
With an international reputation for innovation, high quality education and research, and global relationships, it is not surprising that Oxford Brookes University has been voted the best modern university in the Sunday Times Good University Guide for seven years in succession.
The Business School is one of the leading schools for teaching and learning in the UK, being a national Subject Centre in Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance, and Oxford Brookes University is one of only sixteen institutions across the UK to have received two multi-million pound awards to establish more than one Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Oxford Brookes University – like other UK universities – has degree awarding power, granted by Royal Charter. But what does this mean? Well, these powers are granted on the basis of Oxford Brookes University having appropriate procedures for assuring the quality and standards of its awards in both design and operation, and being subject to the scrutiny of the QAA, the body responsible to the UK Government's Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills for assuring the quality of UK Higher Education in the public interest. So although you don’t physically attend Oxford Brookes University to gain the BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Accounting, the degree programme is of the same rigorous standard as other degrees offered by Oxford Brookes University and meets standards set by QAA.
In an independent assessment of teaching quality, the Business School was one of only two in the country to achieve the maximum score (24/24) across more than one subject area.
The School's reputation has also been recognised through the award of a national, multi-million-pound Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning, which has developed a new learning centre on campus with the latest technology to support learning in a café-style environment.
In a recent QAA audit of Oxford Brookes University it concluded that it has 'broad confidence' (the highest category available) in the quality and standards of its awards.
So by gaining the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, awarded by Oxford Brookes University, you will not only demonstrate to potential or existing employers that you possess all the relevant...
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