The more complicated and more complex economic relations become, the more accuracy and competence is required from accounting. Companies no longer require old-fashioned accountants but educated accounting specialists who are able to contribute to the company’s financial management. As a result of long-term teaching experience in accounting, University of Life Sciences has developed a curriculum that appropriately links accounting theory with practice and provides substantial knowledge.
What do students learn?
• Principles of accounting management in companies in general, and in agriculture;
• taxation, financial management at the state and company level, financial intermediation;
• how to analyse and evaluate the company’s results of operations;
• how to use accounting software.
Graduates find work as
• chief accounting officers, accountants or financial analysts in companies;
• various bank or Tax Board employees;
• agricultural advisers, auditors, trustees in bankruptcy;
• in accounting firms founded by themselves.