Manchester MBA information session
We are delighted to be resuming in person events and look forward to welcoming you back at our state-of-the-art campus in Manchester. At this session you will have the chance to ask your questions to our recruitment team and hear a sample lecture from one of the school's leading academics, Jennifer Rose.
- Event Time
- 24 Feb 18:30 - 24 Feb 20:00
- Event Location
- Alliance Manchester Business School
- Event Type
Our in person events are the perfect way to get a unique insight into our MBA programmes, meet our staff and students and get your admission questions answered.
At our next open evening, join one of the school’s leading academics, Jennifer Rose, for a sample MBA lecture and experience the feel of an MBA classroom.
“Can accounting save the world?”
Challenging you to think differently about the world of accounting, financial reporting and accountability. We explore the basis of financial reports and the all-important differences between profit and cash. We will think about the role accounting has in climate change and social justice and how the stories told through accounts shape an organisation. Finally, we will consider what the future of accounting could hold to enable accountants to save the world.”
Jenni Rose qualified as an Accountant with the ICAEW when working in Audit with KPMG in 2008. From this she went on to teach in the KPMG Learning and Development team and then on to freelance teaching and marking at a number of professional accountancy providers, including BPP, Kaplan, CIPFA and iCount.
The main focus of Jenni’s teaching is in auditing, financial reporting and financial statement analysis, as well as on the MBA at Alliance Manchester Business School.
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