The new Postgraduate Degree in International Accounting, which is taught fully in English, is an extension of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration (now Business Management) and is part of the international initiative of the School of Management and Economics, which is now recognized in many international scientific agreements and exchange programs for students and academics from foreign universities.
The first week (prof. GROSSI)
Textbook: Tjerk Budding, Giuseppe Grossi & Torbjörn Tagesson (2015), Public Sector Accounting, London: Routledge, Chapters 1, 2, 3 & 4.
Articles: Benito B., Brusca I. and Montesinos V. (2007), The harmonisation of government financial information systems: the role of IPSAS, International review of administrative sciences, 73(2), pp. 393-317.
Grossi G. and Pepe F. (2009), The concept of consolidation in the public sector: a cross-country comparison, Public Money & Management, 29(4), pp. 251-256.
Tagesson T. and Grossi G. (2012),The materiality of Consolidated Financial Statement – An alternative approach to IPSAB, International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management, 2(1), pp. 81-95.
please note that the period for teaching quality assessment started on November 10th, 2014 and will end on February 14th, 2015.
Students must carry out the assessment questionnaire through the following website: https://fire.rettorato.unito.it/edumeter2/
For any further details, look at : Qualità della didattica: opinione studenti.
You'll be able to register the marks on your electronic libretto (ESSE3) during the official winter exam session: you'll have to log into the ESSE3 system and follow the exam's enrollment procedure, marking in the “note field” that you want to REGISTER the mark of the previous exam held on… (put the date of the examination and the final mark).
All the marks of the exams passed before the winter session are dependent on the regular matriculation in the International Accounting master degree.