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The Bachelor in Accounting and Finance (Hons) provide students with a specialised education in and understanding of the legal, business and social environments in which accountancy and finance operates. It also enables students to be conversant in the technical languages and practices of the accounting and finance sector in a market economy. These include measurement and disclosure in financial statements, managerial accounting, auditing, taxation and corporate finance.

Upon completion of UOW Malaysia KDU’s Bachelor in Accounting and Finance (Hons) program, graduates will be granted exemptions from the following recognised professional bodies^

  • ACCA – Exempted from all 9 ACCA Fundamental papers
  • CPA Australia – Exempted from 6 Foundation level papers
  • CIMA – Exempted from 8 CIMA papers to complete the professional qualification

Subject to revision without prior notice.

Difference between accounting and finance

Accounting and finance are related fields.

The main difference between the two is that accounting looks at the day to day flow of money that comes in and goes out of an organization. Finance refers to the management of assets and liabilities as well as the planning future growth of the organization.

That said, for most real world professions, these two go hand in hand. It is good to have a handle on both, as doing so will open up more job opportunities and career advancements.

Why study accounting and finance?

This program is developed for students looking at pursuing a career in accountancy, consulting, or other financial services. Here are a number of reasons to consider studying accounting and finance.

  • There will be excellent graduate prospects and opportunities to work in prestigious companies.
  • The awareness and insights that you gain will prepare you for a business career. Those who study accounting and finance have the skills to move into other areas of business and have career advancement.
  • Those who graduate in this field can work in any industry as their skills and knowledge are needed in all businesses. Accountants are important in all organizations.
  • It will help you if you plan on joining a graduate training schemes for career progression
  • Every business needs finance professionals and accountants to comply with legislation. Remain updated on the changes within the industry and you will always be employable.
  • Accounting and finance degrees have a placement or internship period, providing you with the chance to gain experience to start off your accounting career.


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  • Grooming Business Leaders for the Future
  • Choose UOW Malaysia KDU to Develop Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Students Today, Entrepreneurs Tomorrow
  • Real World Education With Industry



When students graduate from UOW Malaysia KDU with a business degree, they are ready to compete and succeed anywhere in the world. At UOW Malaysia KDU, we ensure that our students are armed with the knowledge, insights and skills, and empowered with experience, so that they stand out in our ever-evolving globalised economy and help create an economically prosperous tomorrow. The academic experience at UOW Malaysia KDU is designed for students who not only desire to study business, but also to build the characteristics and confidence necessary for a real world experience. Our focus on communication skills, emotional intelligence, identifying strengths and pursuing passions prepare them to become driven and intuitive leaders.



UOW Malaysia KDU University College’s School of Business drive a strong focus on offering real world and experiential learning for, as well as developing entrepreneurial skills in students. Students are given opportunities to understand business organisations, systems and processes from a simulated model, learn from captains of industry, and work with industrial partners on real-world projects – giving them a head start in honing their business sense and sharpening their skills. Our focus on communication skills, emotional intelligence, identifying strengths and pursuing passion prepare them to become driven and intuitive leader.

  • Obtained desired job, run own business, further study
  • Over 100 companies for student internships
  • Diverse student population from over 18 countries
  • A purpose-built Entrepreneurialism Center
  • Industry-Aligned Curriculum with input from Industry Advisory Panels
  • 45% of faculty members are with industry experience
  • Programs accredited by Professional Bodies
  • Faculty members are active in Industry Research, Corporate Training, and Consultancy



At UOW Malaysia KDU, students are encouraged to cultivate an entrepreneurial mind – to be bold, innovative and adaptable. All students that are taking business studies are required to undergo the Entrepreneurship module, anchored by the university college’s School of Business.

In the pursuit of nurturing budding entrepreneurs, the School of Business set up its own Enterprise Centre and partnered with Malaysia Practice Enterprise Centre (MyPEC) for its business simulator program. Under the Entrepreneurship module, students work in teams to run a business and solve its problems and issues in a virtual environment. The simulated set-up allows students to use various web-based applications including the SKOLA trading platform, human resources, administration and marketing platforms; providing students with the opportunity to experience different scenarios that occur in a real-world business environment. This teaches students the various methods of facing different situations, taking calculated risks and learning from failures.

Besides the simulated environment, students also go through the process of conceptualising, developing and fine-tuning business ideas, which will be pitched to angel investors. The module is taught by lecturers who have had vast industry experience and who are members of the Malaysian Business Angels Network (MBAN).



Students at UOW Malaysia KDU’s School of Business are driven to be industry-ready. Essential to their academic learning and experience are our collaborations with industry partners, all designed to ensure our students get an edge above others even before they graduate.


Industry Cooperative Education Program
Industry partnership through adoption of specific module at UOW Malaysia KDU School of Business provides our students an opportunity to network with their potentially future employers and apply classroom learning in real-world situations. In most cases, students will go through a series of training modules – from sessions on financial literacy to retail and customer service insights, people management, and other relevant operational areas. The holistic learning eco-system enables students to create and execute their own business plan, which forms part of the practical student assessment throughout their education journey.


UOW Malaysia KDU Job Shadowing Program
At UOW Malaysia KDU, we value the need for students to experience the real world instead of just the classroom education. Therefore from as early as Year 1 of their Bachelor’s Degree studies or Year 2 of their Diploma studies, students will have an opportunity to experience the daily operations of a company as well as observe first hand of the challenges that are faced in the respective professions. Through UOW Malaysia KDU Job Shadowing program, students will be able to gain insights about the industry as opposed to just reading general job descriptions.


Revolutionary Business Simulation

As the world of business transforms rapidly with the adoption of digital economy, the paradigm shift has resulted in greater demand for organisation with soft skills and entrepreneurial mindset. Students’ adaptability of this new era would enhance their innovativeness and productivity, hence contributing in the society development.

At UOW Malaysia KDU School of Business, students are put into business simulated environment at our very own Entrepreneurialism Centre, guided by certified EuroPEN-PEN International trainers and are led by experienced Malaysia Business Angel Network (MBAN) investor. The simulated set-up allows students to use various web-based applications including the Simplified Business System (SBS) trading platform, human resources, administration and marketing platforms, teaches them various methods in facing the VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity) world, taking calculated risks and learning from failures.


Industry Expert Speakers Series

The Industry Expert Speaker Series is comprised of various guest lectures, workshops, talks and forums, where experts across various industries and organisations share their thoughts, knowledge and experiences with our students. Past speakers include Dato’ Teo Chiang Quan (Chairman of UOW Malaysia KDU Board), Dr. Robert Bong (Chief Advisor of Malaysia Blue Ocean Strategy Institute), Dato’ Dan E Khoo (Vice President – Strategy, Multimedia Development Corporation), Mohd Ibrahimnuddin Mohd Yunus (Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Petronas Dagangan Berhad), Melissa Ng (Head of Service Marketing, Nissan Malaysia and IndoChina), Surentran Somasundram (Chief Executive Oficer, Snack Boss Sendirian Berhad), and Marwan Ma’som (Founder, SwiftCow Malaysia), just to name a few.

3 years
Program Location
UOW Malaysia KDU University College, Utropolis Glenmarie


  • Oral Communication
  • Writing and Referencing
  • Principles of Economics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Accounting 1 & 2
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Management
  • Principles of Finance
  • Business Law
  • Quantitative Methods



  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Auditing
  • Company Law
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Markets and Institution
  • Financial Reporting 1 & 2
  • Financial Management
  • Intermediate Taxation
  • Introduction to Taxation
  • Research Methodology



  • Advanced Audit and Assurance
  • International Finance
  • Investment Analysis
  • Elective (1 subject)
  • Final Year Project
  • Internship
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Operations Management
  • Business Digitalization
  • Digital Strategy
  • Penghayatan Etika dan Peradaban (Malaysian Students)
  • Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (International Students)
  • Falsafah dan Isu Semasa
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Malaysia and Global Issues
  • Global Social Responsibility
  • Bahasa Kebangsaan A*

Bahasa Kebangsaan A is compulsory for all Malaysian students

  • without a credit in SPM Bahasa Malaysia.
  • without SPM Bahasa Malaysia (applicable to students from UEC, O Level, or other equivalent programs)

Intake dates


30 January 6 March 26 May 3 July 8 September 16 October
Estimated fees
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*Instalment Payment Plan Available

Academic Qualification

2 Principal Passes (2 C+s) or CGPA 2.33


5 Credits (5Bs)


GCE A Level :
2 Principal Passes (2Ds)


Diploma :
A diploma in accounting or related field, Pass with minimum CGPA of 2.50


Foundation Studies :
Pass with min. CGPA of 2.50


In addition to the above mentioned requirement, the student must have obtained a Credit in Mathematics at SPM level or its equivalent.


In addition to the above mentioned requirement, the students must have obtained a Credit in Mathematics at SPM level or its equivalent, and a Band 3 MUET for STPM, and other qualification that was not conducted in English.

Candidates without a Credit in Mathematics at SPM level may be admitted if their entry qualification contain subject(s) of Mathematics and their achievement is equivalent or higher than the required Credit of Mathematics at the SPM level.

English Requirement

Local Student :
Band 3 in MUET


International Student :
Band 5.5 in IELTS; or a min score of 46 (IBT) or 454 (PBT) in TOEFL ; or score 51 and above for Pearson English Test; or Cambridge English (160)

  • If English language is not fulfilled, students are required to take an additional module at UOW Malaysia KDU.
  • This requirement can be exempted if the Foundation/Diploma was taught in English medium