• ‘Accounting and Legal Framework for Business Operations’

    • Full-time
    • 2 years
    • RU
    • 360 000 RUB
  • Entrance exams

    • Economic Theory
    • Foreign language (English, Chinese, German, French, Spanish)
  • Accreditation and Partners

Leonid Zinovievich Shneidman

The program provides a comprehensive training in methodology and organisation of Russian accounting and international standards of financial reporting, legal regulation of economic entities, and management of decision-making in crisis situations.

The program has an international accreditation of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).

Graduates of this accredited program receive an exemption from passing the F1-F3 Basic and F7 Financial Reporting Advanced examinations under the ACCA program.

Main disciplines

  • Financial Accounting (Advanced course)

    Students study accounting and reporting according to the standards of the Russian Accounting System.

  • Accounting and Financial Statements in Certain Economic Sectors

    The discipline is devoted to accounting and disclosure of information in organisations of different fields of activity, including state organisations.

  • Contractual Law

    This discipline is devoted to the current civil legislations which regulate contractual relations, interpretation, and application of the law while concluding, executing, and terminating civil contracts, which concern the accounting sphere.

  • International Financial Reporting Standards (Advanced course)

    Students study the conceptual framework of international financial reporting standards, and the basic rules of forming financial statements according to IFRS.

  • Consolidation and Transformation of Financial Reporting

    The procedure of forming financial statements in companies in accordance with IFRS is studied.

  • Tax Law

    Tax legal relations, their structure, and subjects are studied. Students study the tax system of the Russian Federation, legal bases of tax control, and ways of protecting tax rights.

Study Abroad

  • Anglia Ruskin University was founded in 1858 by art historian and philanthropist John Ruskin, who opened the Cambridge School of Arts, which was later turned into Anglia Ruskin University. At present, the university has four main campuses (Cambridge, Chelmsford, London and Peterborough), where students can study Art, Law, Social Sciences, Health, Social Assistance and Education, Business, Medical Science, Science and Technology.


Graduates of the program are in demand among Russian and international organisations of various sectors of the economy and forms of ownership, including auditing, consulting, financial, accounting, analytical, controlling, and auditing services of firms in various spheres of activity and types of ownership.