A course that delivers indepth knowledge in external and internal auditing as well as internal control, enabling graduates to quickly secure positions in these fields.
A course that allows students to take a step back and develop their critical thinking skills in a work environment.
A course that tackles the very latest challenges, regulations and changes that auditors will face.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to both interpret and understand the specific features of: international accounting standards (consolidation and IFRS standards); the audit process and the role it plays within governance mechanisms; and the core aspects of internal control and fraud as well as the current issues affecting both.
This audit course looks at both the auditor’s traditional role and how this has evolved in an ever-changing environment. It teaches students about international accounting standards in line with the different existing frameworks, as well as about international auditing standards, compliance and professional ethics, governance, internal control and offers a basic grounding in fraud and cybersecurity concepts. The notions that underpin audit and governance are discussed with practical examples of audit techniques and work programmes used to illustrate how these are applied in real-life situations. The program draws on case studies as well as professional and academic articles for discussion and analysis. This course prepares students to take on roles as external and internal auditors, work on large accounts for the Big 4 accounting firms or as in-house auditors for major listed companies. Students who complete the course satisfy the requirements to work as auditors in Luxembourg.
Here is an overview of the modules :
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