The M.Sc in Fraud Auditing & Forensic Accounting consists of the following subjects:
As well as the above subjects, your will be required to complete a thesis of 10,000 words on a relevant topic, to be decided in consultation with your Tutor. A student not submitting an up-to-standard thesis will not be awarded the MSc.
The thesis must be on a topic agreed with your Tutor and should have a research bias. Students are expected to begin working on the thesis after their exams. A thesis proposal must be submitted to the Tutor long before the end of the programme on a special form provided by the Institute. Rules and Regulations for the preparation of the thesis are also provided to the student by the Institute.
The pass mark is 50% and your performance will be indicated on the Transcript. If the Thesis is not of an acceptable standard and you have to re-submit, then you must pay an re-examination fee. Students are only allowed to re-submit once.
Entry requirements are flexible and vary, but normally we require a good undergraduate degree from an internationally-recognised University. Members of UK Chartered Bodies are also welcome into the programme. Applicants without the above qualifications may also be considered, provided that they held a managerial position for at least ten years.
Commencement of course
Students may apply for admission and start their studies anytime in the year.
Minimum period: 12 months
Maximum period: 36 months
Exams are held at approved Overseas Centres every JUNE and JANUARY. Students wishing to enter for the examinations MUST complete an examination entry form (EEF79) and send it to the Institute at least by 30 November for the January Examination session and 30th April for the June Examination session.
**Please note that the Institute reserves the right to change the fees, syllabus and regulations at any time. Students re-sitting or re-taking a course or changing their centre of study assume full risk of such changes and of any additional fees applicable at the time.