Accounting Club

The Accounting Club was established in 2020, primarily for PSUT Accounting students. The club aims to assist these students by giving them courses that reinforce the material taken within their major and providing them with opportunities for practical training (internships) to increase direct contact with the labor market in general and the Big Four companies in particular. Furthermore, the club introduces students to and educates them about professional certificates in accounting such as (CPA, CMA, CFA), and encourages participation in national and international accounting competitions.


The club’s activities and achievements:

  •  The club announced five online internships with a British company in numerous fields, arranged in cooperation with the club supervisor, Dr. Rasha Al Ghazzawi.
  • A series of revision lectures for Accounting 1 .
  • A weekly accounting lecture was arranged for students, in cooperation with the Learning Support Office at the Deanship of Admissions and Registration.
  •  Job opportunities with a Jordanian company were announced to PSUT’s students in the field of accounting and auditing.
  • A paid internship opportunity with a British company was announced to PSUT students in January 2021.
  • The club arranged for discounts for PSUT students for professional certificate courses in accounting, in cooperation with Sarh International Group.
  • Providing free courses for students from the Institute of Chartered Management Accountants (IMA).
  • Announcing discounts for students in the CMA certificate issued by the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA).
  • Announcing training opportunities with Jordanian accountancy companies.
  • The club’s administrative board members held their monthly meeting to monitor the club’s affairs and develop future plans.
  • The Accounting Club set up a booth as part of the Student Clubs Day, which was held under the patronage of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, where the students were introduced to the club, its goals and activities.
  •  An advertisement was published on the club’s social networking sites about scholarships to study in the Netherlands, including for master's studies. This meets the club’s goals of helping students by providing them with the best educational opportunities.
  • A comprehensive summary of international accounting standards was published on the club's social networking sites. This meets the club’s goals of spreading knowledge in the specialization of accounting, as the summary included the International Accounting Standards and the International Financial Reporting Standards (together they form IFRS), in order to facilitate the understanding of those standards.