HNDA (Higher National Diploma In Accountancy)
Overview of the Course With convenient class locations as well as online learning, Accountancy Department makes quality education.We are ready to help you to reach your academic goals much sooner than you might expect. Because we have helped thousands of students at achieve their higher education goals. We can help you too. Also we offer welfare, counseling and several students’ societies. And our lecturers have a wide range of experience and teaching styles, therefore students are exposed to a variety of approaches and jobs. Minimum Entry Qualification for HNDA Those who have obtained the following qualifications are eligible to apply for the course.
1. GCE (A/L) Examination (old syllabus) passes in four subjects of which at least two should be credit passes obtained at the one sitting with Pure Mathematics or Accountancy as one of the subjects for which a credit pass should have been obtained; Where a credit pass is not available for Mathematics or Accountancy a credit pass obtained for either of these subjects at GCE O/L will be considered as an alternative. A credit pass in Mathematics at the GCE (O/L) is considered as an alternative for a credit pass in either Pure Mathematics or Accountancy at the GCE (A/L)
2. GCE (A/L) Examination (new syllabus) passes in three subjects at one sitting with Combined Mathematics or Accountancy as one of the three subjects of which at least two Credit passes should have been obtained. A credit pass in Mathematics at the GCE (O/L) is considered as an alternative for a credit pass in either Combined Mathematics or Accountancy at the GCE (A/L)
3. Holders of National Certificate for Accounting Technicians conducted by the Department of Technical Education & Vocational Training
4. An ordinary pass in English at the G.C.E. (O/L) examination The Selection Criteria is based on the high marks obtained at the GCE (A/L) examination old syllabus- four subjects or new syllabus-three subjects. The first and second year’s lectures are conducted as Full Time during week days, whilst the third and fourth year lectures will be conducted during the weekends.