Forces such as globalisation and digitalisation have led to profound changes in the business environment. Apart from technical accounting knowledge, accountants now also need to equip themselves with a range of other skills that will allow them to thrive in the economy of tomorrow. In this respect, tertiary education has a big role to play in preparing students for their first jobs.At Singapore Management University (SMU), we ensure that our Bachelor of Accountancy programme provides a holistic education emphasising real-world readiness. Centred on a strong accounting core, the curriculum is broad-based, covering business, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership skills, communications, ethics and social responsibility. The broad-based curriculum inculcates attributes such as analytical and creative abilities, a broad perspective to think across disciplines and geographical or political boundaries, and a confident mastery of technology.
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Our future together: Industry perspectives: Future of professional learning and entrepreneurship
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PAN, Gary; SEOW, Poh Sun; LEONG, Kwong Sin; and GOH, Clarence.
Insights from educator, SMU's views. (2017). Our future together: Industry perspectives: Future of professional learning and entrepreneurship. 30-31. Research Collection School Of Accountancy.
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