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CamEd forges way ahead for rewarding careers in finance and banking sectors

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The Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (Honours) at CamEd is an accredited four-year degree. SUPPLIED

CamEd forges way ahead for rewarding careers in finance and banking sectors

CamEd Business School’s internationally recognised undergraduate courses in finance and accounting are the ideal choice for students looking for career-enriching degrees in these rewarding fields.

Supported by distinguished and committed international faculty members, CamEd has for two decades enjoyed a strong reputation among employers and students for imparting quality financial education that meets the needs of the business sector.
The Phnom Penh-based

institute offers top quality courses in accounting, finance, auditing and business – all recognised by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, and the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

CamEd provides industry-relevant qualifications in accounting and finance, and holds gold quality recognition from the international, London-based Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). It is also certified by the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute.

It was awarded the ISO 9001:2015 Certification of Quality Management Systems by Guardian Independent Certification Ltd, which is registered in the UK.

In addition, CamEd is accredited by the Council for Business Schools and Programs in the US and Southeast Asia’s Asean University Network.

The Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (Honours) at CamEd is an accredited four-year degree, while students at the same time study towards the international Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification.

These qualifications offered in the UK are recognised by 183 countries.

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CamEd also offers qualifications in Taxation and in Business Law.

Training is based on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) accounting standards and meets the requirements of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).

Experienced professors from countries such as the US, the UK, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines conduct lessons, while lecturers are evaluated from the beginning to the end of each term to ensure the highest quality of teaching is maintained at all times.

Studies focus on theory and obtaining practical skills, as well as gaining first-hand industry experience.

After graduation, a broad range of employment is available, including as accountants, treasurers, auditors, business managers, stock managers, tax officers, business or investment analysts, and tax and business consultants.

All of the professional qualifications offered by CamEd are much coveted by corporate employers in both domestic and international markets.

CamEd also provides employment assistance to all students, making it easier for them to find jobs at international or local companies.

For more information, please visit www.cam-ed.com or call 023 986 522/012 618 988.

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