SP Business School

Designing Business. Defining Tomorrow

SP Business School

Designing Business. Defining Tomorrow

SP Business School

Designing Business. Defining Tomorrow

Diploma in Accountancy (DAC) JAE Code: S75

FAQs

Q1: Can you explain your diploma briefly?

A course which trains technical competency in accounting and finance together with soft skills and a heart to serve others.
Solid technical accounting skills
Communication skills
Self-management skills
Financial accountants, Tax accountants, Auditors, Financial Analysts.
If you want to get acquire good technical skills in accounting, look forward to a stable career with good prospects in a variety of companies, or eventually get a professional Singapore Chartered Accountant qualification, this is the course to take.

Q2: What is Special About this Course?

  • Experiential learning through simulated client situations to develop technical and soft skills
  • Strong technical grounding in various aspects of accounting and finance
  • Concentrations in Integrated Accounting Practice, Finance and International Business for Final Year students
  • 3 month local or overseas internship experience
  • Immersion programs to China and study trip to Indonesia
  • Opportunities to participate in academic competitions and networking with industry
  • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
  • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)

Q3: And Another Thing you must know!

Attitude, Competency, Communication (ACC)
Positive and mature attitude to learning and life
Technical and personal competencies developed
Excellent written and verbal communication skills developed
Additional modules that students can do to acquire skills
  • Opportunities for Students
  • Bringing out the best in every student
  • Small class size that allows more individualised contact with lecturers and classmates
  • Excellent opportunities for personal development
  • Development through infusion of innovative teaching methods for all students
  • Multiple opportunities for overseas exposure

I joined Singapore Polytechnic because of the SP Scholars Programme(now named SPOT). It was far more that i had imagined. I was involved in a leadership training camp in Perak, enrichment programmes, current affairs workshop, Pre-U seminar, Polyforum and also a community service project to assist a native village in Perak Malaysia.
Gan Pei Yee

DAC graduate, Class of 2010
NTU College Scholarship Recipient
Nanyang Business School, NTU