The Bachelor of Finance and Banking (BFB) program focuses to prepare students to think critically and finding new ways to improve the industry. Students learn to communicate effectively on all levels and acquire leadership skills in the banking industry to become initiator of change by making complex and difficult decisions using modern finance methods. Students graduating from this course will be able to establish broad and coherent knowledge of the theoretical and professional disciplines of banking and finance which will enable themanalysecritically and identify better solutions within business constraints and solve applied problems in banking and finance.
On this course, you'll be able to:
Our graduates will work in roles including:
Registration (IAA) 20,000/=
Examination (IAA) 70,000/=
Application Form (IAA) 10,000/=
Wear and Tear 20,000/=
STUDENT ID 3,000/=
EAC US$ 820
Institute of Accountancy Arusha admission cycles are normally guided by two regulatory authorities which are The National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) and The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU). If you apply to IAA, you will be following provisions as set forth by the mentioned authorities.
Different programmes have different entry requirements. You can visit our programme page to see entry requirement for different programmes or be sure to read thoroughly the TCU admission guide book and the NACTE admission guide book.
We consider each applicant and put enormous care into evaluating every application. We hope you will explore the information in this section to understand what we look for in our admissions process.