Internal Control and Risk Management

Internal Control and Risk Management Master Degree

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  • Application Deadline:2018/06/12
  • Tuition:¥0.00
  • Application Fee:¥800.00
  • Service Fee:¥0.00
How To Apply

Applying through ACASC generally takes a few minutes to complete. It takes 5 steps to complete the application.

1. Click “Apply Now” button at the top of the page.

2. Fill in online application form.

3. Upload required documents.

4. Pay the application fee and the ACASC service fee

5. Click “Submit” button.

Important notice: In order to apply, you need to create an account with ACASC.

The inherent risk is all the potential risks that you face if you do not have any risk control activities after setting a goal. The residual risk is that when you set a good goal, you recognize the potential risks. After reducing, avoiding and transferring these potential risks through a series of control activities, there are potential risks that cannot be controlled. The control of itself (inside the company) in this series of control activities is called internal control. There is a difference between internal control and risk management. From the perspective of theoretical development and social practice, internal control and risk management gradually converge. The two components and their requirements are very similar. They all focus on development strategies, market operations, financial management, legal regulations, and business management. In fact, the contents of risk management and internal control are intertwined and mutually integrated. The two are complementary and inseparable.

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