|Montag||30.11.2020||13:30 - 17:00||Online-Einheit|
|Mittwoch||02.12.2020||13:00 - 16:30||Online-Einheit|
|Freitag||04.12.2020||13:30 - 17:00||Online-Einheit|
|Mittwoch||09.12.2020||13:30 - 17:00||Online-Einheit|
|Freitag||11.12.2020||13:30 - 17:00||Online-Einheit|
|Mittwoch||16.12.2020||09:00 - 12:00||Online-Einheit|
|Freitag||18.12.2020||13:30 - 17:00||Online-Einheit|
|Dienstag||22.12.2020||13:30 - 17:00||Online-Einheit|
The course provides participants with detailed knowledge of corporate reporting under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). It focusses on the application of selected IFRS. An overview of applicable standards is provided and selected standards (IAS 7, IAS 19, IAS 32, IAS 37, IFRS 9, IFRS 13, IFRS 15, IFRS 16) are covered in more detail. When presenting the selected IFRS, the underlying theoretical concepts are covered before demonstrating their practical application.
By attending the course, the participants obtain deepened knowledge about financial reporting under IFRS. They acquire practice-relevant knowledge in selected areas of IFRS like revenue recognition and financial instruments. The course helps them to understand and critically evaluate selected IFRS as well as to apply IFRS recognition and measurement rules.
Given the format of the course, there is no minimum attendance required.
The course covers lectures, practical examples and discussions.
The course sessions are held via MS Teams and contain a primer into the respective topic of the standards covered; especially discussions are encouraged. Following each online session, students are asked to deepen their knowledge via the resources provided (slides, examples, standards, further readings). Questions can be asked to the lecturer via mail or the forum function on Learn@WU. At the beginning of the next session, a short (online) MC quiz tests the students' knowledge on the previous learning phase.
The interim and final exams both cover all relevant standards discussed in this course so far.
Assessment is based on:
· 4 Quizzes à 10%; only the best three quizzes count
· Interim exam: 35%
· Final exam: 35%
In order to pass the course, students are required to achieve more than 50% of the total reachable points. The detailled grading scheme is the following:
>=88% of total points
>=76% of total points
>=63% of total points
> 50% of total points
<= 50% of total points
Autor/in: David Alexander et al.
The first 60 students registering for the course via the WU's IT system may participate. Up to the first quiz, deregistration is possible (via mail).