BACHELOR IN ACCOUNTING

National diploma in association with the University of Lille
Law, Economics and Management degree, Honours in Economics and Management

 

FOR WHO?

For integration into Bachelor 1

Have obtained a diploma equivalent to the French Baccalaureate in country of origin. Very good foundation in mathematics and economics are required.

For integration into Bachelor 2 or 3

Have validated a first or second year of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in one of the following fields: accounting, management, finance, accounting and financial law


WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE?

Develop skills, from know-how to interpersonal:

  • analytical accounting, financial analysis and audit
  • legal and tax analysis
  • management of the company and analysis of the economic environment
  • openness to the world and professionalisation

To prepare for professions in accounting, auditing, management control, corporate finance, etc.


SUCCESS RATE 2020

85% Bachelor year 1
90% Bachelor year 2
100% Bachelor year 3

COURSES

Bachelor year 1

Semester 130 credits
Fundamental subjects24 credits
Analyse économique2
Initiation à la pensée économique3
Mathématiques appliqués à l’économie2
Statistiques2
Comptabilité financière3
Introduction au droit2
Introduction à la finance2
Introduction à la gestion2
Anglais4
Communiquer et s’exprimer en public2
Specialization OR Minor in Health6 credits
Comptabilité financière renforcement2
Matière d’ouverture au choix2
Préprofessionnalisation2

 

Semester 230 credits
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Analyse économique3
Anglais3
Comptabilité financière4
Mathématiques appliqués à l’économie2
Monnaie Banque Finance3
Statistiques2
Introduction to organizational behaviour3
Informatique et tableur avancé2
Introduction au droit de l’entreprise4
Specialization OR Minor in Health4 credits
Comptabilité financière renforcement2
Matière d’ouverture au choix2
Initiation aux progiciels

Bachelor year 2

Semester 330 credits
Fundamental subjects23 credits
Analyse économique3
Comptabilité analytique3
Finance d’entreprise3
Droit du travail individuel3
Anglais4
Fiscalité des sociétés2
Gestion des bases de données3
Stage / préprofessionnalisation2
Specialization 7 credits
Intro to anglosaxone accounting2
Comptabilité approfondie3
Matière d’ouverture au choix2

 

Semester 430 credits
Fundamental subjects24 credits
International economics4
Stratégie4
Comptabilité des sociétés3
Anglais4
Droit de l’entreprise : les contrats3
International Buisness Game2
Fiscalité2
Matériel et Réseau des SI2
Specialization6 credits
Comptabilité analytique2
Comptabilité approfondie2
Droit du travail individuel2

Bachelor year 3

Semester 530 credits
Fundamental subjects24 credits
Finance d’entreprise3
Contrôle de gestion3
Théorie des organisations3
Fiscalité approfondie2
Vie professionnelle et stage3
Introduction à la gestion de paie2
Droit des sociétés approfondi2
Système d’information et initiation à la programmation3
Anglais3
Specialization6 credits
Finance d’entreprise approfondie2
Audit2
Lire et comprendre les comptes2

 

Semester 630 credits
Fundamental subjects26 crédits
Droit des sociétés approfondi2
Politique économique2
Leadership et gestion de projet2
Contrôle de gestion3
Contrôle de gestion appliqué2
Droit du travail collectif2
Modélisation des systèmes d’information2
Droit social2
Invited lectures2
Anglais3
Projet d’initiative4
Specialization4 credits
Matière d’ouverture2
Lire et comprendre les comptes2
Conférences métiers experts comptables

1 HEALTH EDUCATION UNIT (OPTIONAL)

ISEA and the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery offer the option of a “health” teaching unit in Bachelor 1.

This course is intended for students wishing to enter the second year of Medicine or Midwifery at the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery.

For this, it is necessary to:

  • validate Bachelor year in the 1st session (without catching up) and validate the 10 ECTS credits associated with subjects in the Health minor
  • submit an application (cover letter, transcripts, etc.) to take the admission tests

More info

Course Materials

  • Term 1 (6 credits): physics/biophysics, chemistry/biochemistry, data and statistics, embryology/histology, anatomy and human & social sciences
  • Term 2 (4 credits): cell biology, genetics, pharmacology, human & social sciences

1 INTERNSHIP EACH YEAR

  • 1st Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, practical mission in an accounting firm, minimum of 4 weeks
  • 2nd Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, mission in customer relation, minimum of 4 weeks
  • 3rd Year of Bachelor’s degree: : internship or fixed-term contract, mission related to the course of studies, minimum of 6 weeks

AFTER THE DEGREE?

Not yet exactly sure of my professional direction, I chose the ISEA Accounting Finance Audit degree because it offered a very diverse programme. I had the opportunity to tackle accounting, finance, economics, payroll management, law, etc. …
This versatile degree allowed me to leave all doors open, especially with regard to the choice of Masters.
I appreciated the kindness shown by the pedagogical managers during my bachelor years.

In my last year S, with no strong opinion, I was fond of numbers, history, economics and English and was open to the outside world. Cousins told me about the accounting/audit field, and the discussions during the open days convinced and excited me.
This training gives me a solid technical base (accounting, management, taxation, law) constituting “true values” and opening up multiple opportunities towards many professions related to chartered accountancy, finance and auditing in a firm, a company or even as an independent.
ISEA? An advantage: a favourable environment, a class of 35 students, proximity to teachers (richness of exchanges) and intellectual openness (my options in bachelor 1 and bachelor 2: religion and politics, political philosophy).
I am gradually constructing my professional direction: CCA Masters (Masters in Chartered Accounting and Auditing), then Diploma in Accountancy.

I chose the Accounting Finance and Auditing Degree in order to learn about new subjects such as accounting, law and finance, and to continue those that I enjoyed in school such as economics and maths. I enjoyed learning a variety of subjects because I knew that I would find what I wanted there, and that the concepts studied are essential in understanding the life of a company. The internship each year allows us to gain experience that is greatly appreciated by future recruiters. In addition, associative commitment is strong within the FGES, since volunteering within an association is compulsory in the third year of the CFA Degree.
Having graduated, I am continuing my studies with a CCA Masters (Accounting Audit Control) as a sandwich course, in order to build up experience while continuing my studies. The school really enabled us to meet the firms that hire in Lille and its surroundings, in particular via Job Dating. Many students have found their internships through this meeting day. Support throughout the course is therefore perfect for students.

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