As pressure grows to address auditing standards challenges to the audits of smaller and less-complex entities, ACCA’s (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Thinking Small First report reveals alternative ways to tackle the issue, without compromising on audit rigour.
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Cardiff Metropolitan University in partnership with Cardiff Met Students’ Union has launched a #CampusCanines initiative to help students tackle homesickness for their dogs and to promote well-being and community fun.
A new report from ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) examines the role of emotional intelligence in developing the accountancy profession needed for a fast-evolving digital age.
Winter Olympian Mica Moore has returned to Cardiff Met to study on the University’s recently introduced MSc in Sport Broadcasting and Media.
A Tewkesbury mother convinced her daughter of her £100k National Lottery Scratchcard win by taking her out for a curry dinner – and ordering Naan bread with it as a celebratory treat!
A Cardiff Met graduate has been impressing industry professionals at a series of high-profile art shows, including the British Art Fair at the world-famous Saatchi Gallery.
To coincide with World Mental Health Day (Wednesday, October 10th.), Cardiff Met is encouraging students to access support from the University’s dedicated Student Services team through a new campaign entitled ‘Just Tell Us’.
Former Cardiff Met students Jack Leach and Rory Burns have been called up to the England Cricket squad ahead of the side’s Test series against Sri Lanka.
A Cardiff Met Senior Lecturer was given the opportunity to exhibit at the inaugural European Art-Science-Technology Network festival.
Promising youth runner Jake Smith ran a personal best time to secure a highly respectable third placed finish at this weekend’s Cardiff 10K.