UK College of Business & Computing - Dubai Campus, one of London’s most reputed higher education college, recently added another feather in its cap by becoming ACCA Silver Learning Partner.

The college, which is in the heart of Dubai International Academic City (DIAC) recently held its grand inauguration which was very well attended by industry and academic leaders and it is all set to open doors for students in September 2018.

Back in the UK, in addition to its qualifications in Business, Computing, Travel & Tourism as well as Health & Social Care, the college also delivers accounting courses and qualifications because it strongly believes that finance & accounting professionals are the backbone of every industry.

Commenting on this achievement, the College’s Director of Finance & Operations, Mr. Bhargav Busa, FCCA said ‘As an ACCA member, I strongly believe that the ACCA qualification prepares aspirants to become complete finance professionals. We have seen that ACCA students and members go on to pursue rewarding careers which also gives them international exposure within their industry. Therefore, UKCBC would like to facilitate this journey for students who are thinking of beginning their ACCA journey.’

The college already has 6 campuses in and around London including an English Language arm, UK College of English (UKCE) with more than 3000 overall student populations.

Lindsay Degouve De Nuncques, Head of ACCA Middle East said ‘ACCA is pleased to award UKCBC with Silver Learning Provider Status which marks the beginning of their journey to offer the ACCA qualification to more students in Academic City. A key pillar of the UAE Vision to 2021 is developing a knowledge-based economy and building the accountancy profession helps to underpin the business environment and increase investor confidence in doing business in the UAE. UKCBC has a strong track record of delivering continuing education in the UK and we look forward to working with them to open up the opportunities the accountancy profession brings to new students here in the UAE.’

 

Source: Yardstick

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