Rahul Nahar

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow - B A Accounting and Finance

Short Bio:

Rahul Nahar is an enthusiastic student, sincere, playful, well-mannered, appreciates others viewpoint with an inquisitiveness to learn. He likes to experiment with new ideas, which was reflected in his written task. Rahul’s fascination for calculations is reflected in his hobby Golf ( Indo-Japanese tour, Kumaran trophy) and his enthusiasm towards B&M. He has a caring side too which was reflected in his active contribution and participation in various social causes like; campaigning for ‘Save the Girl Child’, ‘Adoption for Abortion’, donating in cash and kind to the old- age homes and orphanages. Concern for the society and the nation is resonated in his sincere effort to build leadership skills by actively participating in CAS, RYLA and as a delegate in MUN(IIMUN,HMUN). As a team, we appreciate his confidence and enthusiasm in rendering his responsibilities whole-heartedly.

College Info:

Strathclyde Business School is one of four faculties forming the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, The University was established in 1796 as ‘the place of useful learning’ and this remains at the forefront of our vision today for Strathclyde to be a leading international technological university that makes a positive difference to the lives of its students, to society and to the worldSBS has established international centres in Greece, Switzerland, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Singapore and Malaysia. With around 200 academic staff and more than 3000 full-time and part-time students (undergraduate and postgraduate), Strathclyde Business School’s subject departments and specialist units collaborate to provide a dynamic, fully-rounded and varied programme of specialist and cross-disciplinary coursesWe are a triple accredited business school: the first business school in Scotland to hold this accolade, and one of only 74 in the world (2016), to be triple accredited, holding accreditation from the international bodies, AMBA, AACSB and EQUISIn addition to our international accreditation, Strathclyde has a reputation for research excellence. Based on the REF (Research Excellence Framework) 2014 GPA scores, the Times Higher Education ranked us first in Scotland and in the top 10 business schools in the UK for its research. Times Higher Education also ranked us 3rd in the UK for Impact of our business research, based on the REF’s GPA scores, a measure of how the research impacts on practise in business.

Course Info:

Studying accounting at Strathclyde, you’ll learn about the preparation, presentation and interpretation of financial information that enables investors, lenders, management, employees, government and others to make effective decisions.You’ll also learn how to read and interpret accounting information in the annual reports of businesses and the financial information within the public sector, and become familiar with the principles and practice of presenting information to those who manage all types of organisations.Accounting at Strathclyde is fully accredited for entry to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland in the majority of study combinations, as well as offering possible exemptions to other professional bodies, eg ACCA and CIMA.Our finance degree is unique in Scotland in terms of the range and depth of issues covered.Subjects include the principles of investment and value, business finance and decision-making and the analysis of securities such as bonds and shares.

Course Fee: 

Living Cost:
£ 10,000 -£ 12,000/year