Celebrating Success of passing Research and Analysis Project (RAP)
What happens if I have passed?
You will receive a certificate, normally within three months of the results letter and you will be invited to attend a graduation ceremony to celebrate your achievement. Students can also request for a copy of their transcript.
An Oxford Brookes University graduation ceremony is both a public recognition of academic awards, and a celebration of the individual’s and the University’s achievements. The ceremony is presided over by the Vice Chancellor or their representative from Oxford Brookes University and will be attended by ACCA staff and VIP guests.
You and two guests will be invited to a graduation ceremony for the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting which will take place at either Oxford Brookes University in Oxford or at a regional centre near you – currently offered in Malaysia or Singapore and Kenya. A reception is held after the ceremony to which all graduates and guests are invited.
This is a very special day for students and their families and Oxford Brookes University and the ACCA look forward to celebrating your academic achievements.
BSc in Applied Accounting Prizes
All BSc in Applied Accounting students are eligible for one prize at each Research and Analysis project submission session. The prizes awarded at alternative sessions are:
- Matthew Sykes memorial prize
£150 for best Research and Analysis project in session
- Simon Williams prize
£150 for best Research and Analysis project in session.
The best Research and Analysis projects are put forward by the project markers, reviewed by the Programme Director and the final decision and approval is made by the Project External Examiner.
Presentation of the Prize where possible will take place at the graduation ceremony the prize winning student attends.
As a graduate of Oxford Brookes University, you automatically become part of a diverse network of over 100,000 fellow alumni who live and work in more than 150 countries across the globe. Further information can be found on the Oxford Brookes alumni website which you can access by clicking on the link in the External Related Links section.