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The accounting department within an organization is a critical component responsible for managing financial transactions, ensuring compliance with financial regulations, and providing valuable financial insights to support decision-making.

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The goal of this great institute in our Accountancy department is to produce technical manpower who can effectively perform a range of functions in the field of accountancy, insurance, banking and in financial institutions. Graduates of the programme should be able to: assist in collection and integration of basic financial data for use in investment decisions; prepare final accounts of companies; assist in the preparation of short and long term budget plans; collect and collate relevant financial information to aid superior officers and management in making financial decisions; interpret some basic ratio, statistical and financial data; and to carry out preliminary survey and feasibility studies. While demonstrating basic knowledge of financial operations of different types of businesses.

Job opportunities in ACCOUNTING

Numerous career opportunities are available in accounting. The importance of this very course and its function continues to be enhanced in a complex, global business community. Accounting positions students in range from bookkeeping clerks who maintain financial data in computer and paper form to chief financial officers who are responsible for providing leadership in the design and operations of a total accounting information system and the financial statements it produces. Opportunities for employment are present for those with basic accounting/computer skills acquired in our great institute. Some jobs you can do as a computer engineering graduate include:

  1. Management accounting
  2. Financial Analyst
  3. Bookkeeper
  4. Controller
  5. Auditor
  6. Chartered accountant
  7. Cost accounting
  8. Chief Financial Officer
  9. Financial Manager
  10. Governmental accounting
  11. Financial Management
  12. Tax advisor
  13. Forensic accounting
  14. Business Analyst
  15. Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks
Course Requirements

To embark on the journey toward a National Diploma in Accounting, prospective students typically need to fulfill certain prerequisites. These include:

  1. Entry Requirements: At least five relevant passes at credit level in the West African Examination Council (WAEC), General Certificate of Education (GCE), Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) or National Examinations Council (NECO) 'O' Levels or their equivalent including English Language and Mathematics, and any other TWO subjects from Economics, Business Studies/Methods, Financial Accounting/Principles of Accounts/Book Keeping, Literature-in-English, Commerce, History, Government, Statistics, Geography, Agricultural Science/Biology, obtained at not more than two sitting.
  2. NBTE recognized pre-National Diploma Education: Credit passes in an NBTE recognised preliminary ND course offered in a Polytechnics or similar post-secondary technical institution (as stated in the NBTE brochure).
  3. JAMB UTME: Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (JAMB UTME) scores will be used as part of the selection process for (FULL-TIME) candidates (as stated in the UTME brochure).


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  • The philosophy of RECTEM is to attain the ultimate height in providing middle and high level technical and vocational training of the highest standard in order to create a pool of highly trained technicians and technologists that will support the Nation's Engineering Infrastructural Development.