Another milestone in Unicaf University’s rapid expansion and development was the announcement this month by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants that the University’s BSc in Accounting and Finance degree programme has received nine exemptions in the ACCA qualification examinations. After assessing the programme for accreditation, ACCA has awarded graduates of Unicaf University’s BSc in Accounting and Finance a total of nine exemptions in the professional ACCA examination papers, that lead to the professional qualification of Chartered Certified Accountant and membership of the internationally recognised organisation.
UNICAF is proud to be a supporting sponsor to the upcoming Exsilio Conference at the University of Lagos, on August 9th, 2018. The mentorship conference, designed to prepare students for the challenges awaiting them in the business and career world, once they graduate from university, has invited remarkable personalities, who have excelled in their professional careers, to speak and to mentor participating students. The theme of this year’s Conference is “Success in the 21st century” and 4,000 students are expected to attend.
After earning a university degree, one expects to be able to secure a good job, which can provide a reasonably comfortable life from the first day, yet many graduates struggle for years to pay off their student debt before they can start living the life they want. The main culprit for this is high tuition fees. When one adds to university fees the additional costs of studying, like accommodation away from home, transportation, purchase of books, other living expenses and even the cost of air travel the extend of the problem becomes even more obvious.