Auditing is a branch of accounting. It is defined as the official examination and verification of accounts and records, especially of a financial account. A Master’s in Auditing provides students with the essential knowledge and skills to analyse accounts, systems or individuals within the public or private sector. Students will learn to use this knowledge to translate financial information into decisions. They will also learn to address challenges of major international companies operating in today’s changing environment and manage risk by ensuring appropriate checks in the audit system and taking advantage of financial opportunities Graduates from Auditing can work in the private sector, public sector, independently, or as members of an accounting team. They are usually employed by trading companies, professional firms, corporations and charity organizations.