The goal of this seminar is to explore current topics of scientific and real life interest in the area of accounting and auditing, widely defined. It consists of a series of lectures (offered bi-weekly) and work on assigned topics. The course covers a wide variety of topics (e.g., control assessment in IFRS group accounts, business combination, revenue recognition and many other topics). During the classroom teaching, basic insights will be provided as a basis to present and discuss advanced application issues, mainly on a case study basis. As classroom material is derived from real life situations, students will likewise gain experience in IFRSs application. Furthermore, students will extend their understanding of the institutional details of financial accounting by discussing current advanced topics of practical interest in the area of financial accounting and auditing and gain theoretical insights into the economic perspectives of accounting.
Max. number of participants: 20
The registration for the seminar takes place in the first session on October 21.
Please note: Students that have successfully completed SE 70797 "Applied Seminar Advanced Cases in Accounting and Auditing" cannot take part in the course 708011. Students that have successfully completed VL 708002 "Advanced Topics in Accounting and Auditing" can take part in the course 708011.
Hinweis: Studierende, die bereits das SE 70797 "Applied Seminar Advanced Cases in Accounting and Auditing" bestanden haben, dürfen die Veranstaltung 708011 nicht erneut belegen. Studierende, welche die Klausur zur VL 708002 "Advanced Topics in Accounting and Auditing" bestanden haben, dürfen das SE 708011 belegen.