With many accountants going on to become finance directors and chief
executives of listed or large companies, the Said business school at Oxford
University is now offering a course to bridge the gap.
The Diploma in Financial Strategy programme is for accountants wanting to
develop senior management skills and also gives them credits for the school’s
executive MBA degree.
The first participants enrolled in the one year programme this month.
It aims to compliment existing qualifications gained from the Institute of
Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
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