Studying at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE) means combining the intellectual challenge of a comprehensive academic curriculum with Bucharest’s exciting environment.
Accounting is a profession subject to ongoing change, reflecting the new challenges of the information society and the knowledge-based economy. The Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems offers study programs that train competent and professional accountants with the right knowledge, skills, attitude and deontological values. The Bachelor's program ensures basic training in areas such as: bookkeeping in firms, public institutions and credit institutions; organizing and performing internal audit and control; elaborating, presenting and analyzing financial reports for firms, public institutions and credit institutions; elaborating, presenting and analyzing consolidated financial statements; accounting operations associated with mergers, dissolutions, liquidations and acquisitions; using management information systems; elaborating and presenting tax statements.
ASE is one of the largest Romanian universities and the largest economic university in South-Eastern Europe. Bucharest is the capital city of Romania, a popular cultural, academic and economic center. Life in Bucharest is intellectually stimulating and the Bucharest University of Economic Studies is an excellent choice if you wish to be a part of this life while completing a high-quality international study program.
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No - If you promote all mobility exams, according to the study contract which you conclude at the beginning of mobility, you will be fully recognized as part of the ASE studies. If cumulate points credit mobility are not enough (30 ECTS - semester 60 ECTS / year) you can take exams in the review session at ASE.
Although it remained unbuilt, Smith’s attempt to dramatically reorganize the approach to traditional planning resulted in one of the most unconventional designs in the Case Study House program.