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Business Accounting BSc Honours

Accounting is at the core of every successful business. Launch your career at one of the top business accounting courses in London with strong professional links
September 2024
3 years full-time
4 years full-time with placement
6 years part-time
£9,250 (UK)*
£16,600 (INT)*
Course leader
Alison Broughton

As a business accounting student at MDX, you can enhance your skills and employability prospects by supporting local businesses through our department's tax and accounting clinic.

Why choose Business Accounting BA at Middlesex?

At Middlesex, you'll develop the skills to work in any industry – locally, nationally or globally. With access to industry-standard software and paid work placements.

Our Business School brings people together to create and share knowledge and experience.

Our Accounting and Finance department have won two awards from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), one of our accreditation partners, recently. In 2022 we won the CIMA Campus Culture Excellence Award (Global Champion) for actively promoting employer involvement and engagement between students and industry partners, and the previous year we won the CIMA Employability Award.

What you will gain

We have strong internship and industry links with local and international businesses.

Each year, many students gain placements and internships with accredited employers including NHS Finance, Barnet Accounting & Finance Enterprises.

Students can access software supported by Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg to complement classroom-based study.

Middlesex was the first university in the UK to provide certificated ACCA Sage Cloud Business Accounting training course. As extra-curriculum activity, you have the opportunity to learn to use the new Sage Cloud accounting app and gain an official ACCA Sage user's certificate. In addition, you can also study Sage Payroll course if you intend to specialise in this area. The flexible learning plan offered on Sage courses means you can fit this study into your busy schedule.

You can relax and make friends at our weekly accounting social club. Some lifelong friendships begin at the University.

We have 145 years of experience delivering professional, creative and technical education that prepares students – like you – for success in global careers.

3 great reasons to pick this course

  • 85% secure employment or further studies
    Those who studied BSc Business Accounting were in employment or carrying out further studies within 15 months of graduating (Discover Uni 2023)
  • Our graduate destinations speak for themselves
    We are proud to see many of our graduates securing financial management and business roles at a range of organisations, including Barclays, RBS, Santander and Western Union
  • Access industry-standard software
    Enhance your employability prospects through practical learning with software commonly utilised in the workplace, including Xero, Sage, OneSource and our state-of-the-art Financial Markets Lab

What you will learn

Our Business Accounting degree will cover key areas within financial and management accounting, project optimisation mechanisms and operations management. You'll have unlimited access to our business resources. This will give you the chance to gain a competitive edge when it comes to launching your career.

Our Business Accounting BSc will help you in many ways, for example:

  • Our authentic methods of assessment will prepare you for the future world of work. For example, in our personal financial behaviour module, you will track your own personal finances, plan spending, introduce saving as well as look at the impact of borrowing and investing on your finances
  • Develop advanced data analytics skills using Excel, which are key employability skills within banks and other financial institutions.
  • This course includes the option to study part of your degree at our Middlesex Dubai campus
  • Access resources directly from the professional body, courses include Digital Mindset, developing Fintech skills
  • Benefit from our alumni-delivered technical update talks, stay connected with real-world debates and developments.

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All students who complete our Business Accounting  BSc degree can apply to any one of the accountancy bodies for exemptions.

You will then sit more professional exams upon graduation and work towards becoming a chartered accountant. Starting in a traineeship position, there are various pathways to choose from including audit, taxation, budget analysis, financial accounting and management accounting.

We are recognised by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT)

The AAT is an established and well-respected professional body for Accounting Technicians which is widely recognised and valued among employers and within the wider accountancy and finance professions. AAT full members can be found in all sectors of the economy from industry to public services, from commerce to accounting practices.

On completion of BSc (Hons) Business Accounting, you can opt to take and pass the taxation module in year three can become a full member of the AAT. This membership is contingent on demonstrating five competencies from work experience and passing a comprehensive 40-question professional competence test on accounting principles.

We are accredited by:

  • The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)
  • The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
  • The Association of International Accountants (AIA)
  • The Chartered Institute of Public Finances and Accounting (CIPFA)
  • The Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA)

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

ACCA is the fastest-growing, most supportive gateway to your career in accountancy, finance, business and management. The ACCA qualification will arm you with the skills and experience to build a successful career anywhere in the world. With a strong presence in 181 countries around the world, your skills will be in demand internationally.

ACCA offers you more flexibility than other accountancy qualifications thanks to our unique option papers. This gives you a really broad, yet thorough set of skills as well as an opportunity to specialise in whichever area you wish, from audit to management accounting. You don't have to choose your specialism until later in your studies, giving you time to decide where your interests lie.

Depending on your module grade, you will be eligible for up to six exemptions from some of ACCA exams.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)

ICAEW is a world-leading professional membership organisation that promotes, develops and supports over 142,000 chartered accountants worldwide. They provide qualifications and professional development, share knowledge, insight and technical expertise, and protect the quality and integrity of the accountancy and finance profession.

Middlesex University enjoys partner in learning status from the ICAEW, which allows our BSc Honours Business Accounting graduates to be granted up to two exemptions towards ICAEW professional qualifications.

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)

CIMA is a globally recognised professional qualification in accounting, business and finance. Students are eligible for up to seven exemptions from CIMA meaning you have will have completed part of your professional qualification as part of your degree.

In addition, CIMA will support your time at Middlesex with employability talks and skill sessions as well as providing internship, placement and graduate opportunities with employer partners across all industries.

The Association of International Accountants (AIA)

Founded in 1928, the Association of International Accountants (AIA) is a global membership body for professional accountants. Middlesex BSc Honours Business Accounting graduates are granted up to five exemptions towards AIA professional qualifications.

The Chartered Institute of Public Finances and Accounting (CIPFA)

CIPFA is the leading professional body for accountants working in the public sector. Transforming at an unprecedented rate, the public sector offers excellent career opportunities for innovative professionals, keen to make a difference. Middlesex BSc Honours Business Accounting graduates are granted up to two exemptions towards your CIPFA qualifications.

The Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA)

The IFA is a full member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), the global accounting standard-setter and regulator. The Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA) is an internationally recognised professional accountancy membership body, whose members work for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), or who run or work in small and medium-sized accounting practices (SMPs) that advise SMEs.

Middlesex BSc Honours Business Accounting graduates with one year of accounting/finance experience can apply for Intermediate Financial Accountant membership. BSc Honours Business Accounting graduates that passed the Taxation module, plus have at least 3 years relevant accounting/finance experience, can gain full Associate Financial Accountant (AFA) membership.

You can study the course over three years full-time, or over four years if you decide to take up the 12-month placement option after year two.

Year 1

You'll study 6 compulsory modules over two semesters. These modules are designed to give you a solid grounding in the subject and bring you to a standard level of competence to pursue further study in the subject.

You will also complete a virtual internship with a reputable company (such as KPMG, Goldman Sachs or HSBC) as part of the assessment, plus study towards Xero Advisor Equivalency Certificate, a widely recognised qualification in the accounting sector. You'll develop data analytical skills by completing problem-based business cases in your assignment.

Year 2

In the second year, you'll study two compulsory modules designed to enhance your capabilities in the areas of Applied Financial Accounting and Applied Management Accounting, as well as a compulsory module on Financial Project Management.

The financial project management module will introduce you to project optimisation mechanisms such as lean, six sigma, agile and critical chain. You'll develop critical skills whilst considering ethical dilemma scenarios and explore innovative project management simulations including cyber fraud and risks associated with Fintech.

We use authentic methods of assessment to better prepare you for the future world of work. In our personal financial behaviour module, you'll track your own personal finances, plan your spending, introduce saving as well as look at the impact of borrowing and investing on your finances.

You will choose one optional module from a choice of three – Personal Financial Behaviour, Operations Management or Business Law.

At the end of your second year, you may opt to take a year’s placement before returning to complete your final year of study.

Final year

In the final year, you'll study four compulsory modules designed to advance skills and knowledge appropriate to graduate level. These will be Advanced Financial Data Analysis, Corporate Finance, Accounting Theory and Ethics and Sustainability.

You will have the opportunity to access specialised taxation software licensed by Thomson Reuters as part of the taxation module assignment. And you will choose one optional module from Taxation, Corporate Accountability, Internship and Business Start-Up.


  • Year 1

    • Financial Accounting (30 credits) – Compulsory

      This module is an introduction to bookkeeping and financial accounting. Its main aim is to provide you with the basic techniques and skills required to record transactions by the method known in accounting as “double entry” and then prepare a set of single company accounts based on those records. You will also start to be able to interpret the accounts prepared by others.

    • Management Accounting (30 credits) – Compulsory

      This module aims to equip students with the basic accounting tools that aid management with its core functions of planning, decision making and control, both in a business or a not-for-profit environment. Key areas covered are cost classifications for decision making, product costing techniques applicable to different industries, budgeting, short term decision making using cost volume profit analysis, and long term investment appraisal.

    • Financial Data Analysis (15 credits) – Compulsory

      This module provides a thorough grounding of the basic statistical methods and computer software for the analysis and presentation of accounting and economic date. It caters for those with some prior mathematical knowledge, and while you are expected to complete mathematical calculations by hand and using a computer, the emphasis is on the interpretation and communication of quantitative results.

    • Accounting Information Systems (15 credits) – Compulsory

      This module aims to introduce and highlight the significant role accounting information plays in each fundamental business transaction process. You will learn to analyse and handle information using accounting systems and advanced IT techniques.

    • Corporate Responsibility and Ethics (15 credits) – Compulsory

      This module introduces the concepts of corporate responsibility and business ethics as well as the knowledge of key stakeholders, together with the rights and responsibilities that businesses have in connection with them. You will explore external influences that affect a business in its environment and examine how behaviour at all levels within business should be underpinned by accepted professional ethics and professional values. You will also have the opportunity to research and debate how a business should respond to ethical concerns and how it should discharge its corporate responsibility.

    • Business Environment (15 credits) – Compulsory

      This module aims to provide you with an understanding of economics from a business perspective. This includes an understanding of how competition, the behaviour of the financial markets and government economic policy can influence an organisation. You will also gain the ability to apply economic theory in both microeconomic and macroeconomic contexts.

  • Year 2

    • Applied Financial Accounting (30 credits) – Compulsory

      This module aims to develop your knowledge of financial accounting techniques and practices by introducing issues which involve more than one possible accounting treatment and examine the impact of international regulatory frameworks. You are encouraged to adopt a critical attitude to the quality of corporate reporting, particularly in areas of non-mandatory narrative disclosures such as corporate social responsibility and governance.

    • Applied Management Accounting (30 credits) – Compulsory

      This module examines the application of management accounting information and its influence on management behaviour and decision making. It will provide you with an opportunity to apply, interpret and analyse management accounting techniques and enable you to consider their wider and strategic uses. The module will explore the impact on organisations of strategic issues of contemporary management accounting.

    • Financial Project Management (30 credits) – Compulsory

      This module aims to introduce the techniques and practices in project management. During the first part of the module you will examine the conceptual frameworks and key theories that underpins each phase of project management. The second part, you will critically evaluate project optimisation mechanisms and explore ethical issues in project management. You also have the opportunity to manage a simulated project throughout the time of this module.

    • Business Law (30 credits) – Optional

      This module will examine the laws regulating the conduct of business and business organisations. The first part of the module sets the context and provides essential material on English Business law (English Legal system, Contract, Tort & Employment) whilst the second part covers Company law and Corporate Governance.

    • Personal Financial Behaviour (30 credits) – Optional

      This module will aim to introduce you to a variety of personal finance products and issues so as to increase your financial literacy. It will also provide you with an understanding of personal financial behaviour which demonstrates how market anomalies, financial bubbles, fake news and manipulations in financial markets can influence individual financial decision making. You will also gain the ability to apply cognitive and emotional behaviour biases in irrational behaviour contexts.

    • Financial Mathematics (30 credits) – Optional

      This module explores the mathematics that underlies financial processes and financial decision making, and complements the study of these areas in economics and accounting. Specific areas include probability, extending interest ideas to annuities and bonds, modelling financial data using time series models and Markov chains, applying discrete methods for option pricing, and using utility to make decisions in risky environments.

    • Human Resource Management in Practice (30 credits) – Optional

      The aim is to introduce you to the key areas of HRM and to build on relevant knowledge and skills developed in Year 1 modules. By the end of the year you will be familiar with a wide range of generalist HR policies and practices within the five key areas of the discipline - employee resourcing, employee reward, employee relations, performance management and employee training and development.

  • Year 3

    • Accounting Theory (15 credits) – Compulsory

      This module examines accounting theory and its influence in accounting. The module aims to provide you with an opportunity to evaluate and apply different strands of accounting theory to research in accounting. The first part of the module is designed to provide an in-depth exploration of philosophical debates connected to the generation of knowledge, whilst connecting such debates to those currently employed in accounting. The second part enables you to undertake a research investigation into an accounting area.

    • Advanced Financial Data Analysis (30 credits) – Compulsory

      This module explores and applies several quantitative methods and computer software for the retrieval, analysis and presentation of project management accounting data. The emphasis being on the interpretation and communication of quantitative results for project planning, control and decision making.

    • Corporate Finance (30 credits) – Compulsory

      This module aims to provide you with a conceptual understanding of contemporary corporate finance and the practical tools and techniques for the financial decision-making process. You will explore the main aspects of financial management, including capital budgeting and investment decision-making, capital structure and finance decision-making, and working capital management. You enabled to form a critical appreciation of the link between accounting and finance, and the interaction between financial decision-making and capital market behaviour.

    • Taxation (30 credits) – Optional

      This module aims to introduce you to UK personal and business taxation. It deals with the fundamental principles of UK tax law and practice, including the computation of tax liabilities. This leads you to tackle more complex computational problems and to identify tax planning opportunities. You are also introduced to tax software packages, and gain hands-on experience of their use.

    • Ethics and Sustainability (15 credits) – Compulsory

      The aim of this module is to provide you with the critical tools and mindset to analyse and identify responses to modern ethical business challenges. You will be sensitised to different ways of thinking, learning from debating and collaborating with your peers from different cultural backgrounds so as to build your methodological, analytical and communication skills.

    • Work Internship (30 credits) – Optional

      The work internship module will give you the opportunity to undertake a period of work experience (minimum of 30 days) from which you learn about business in general, and the organisation and the sector within which it operates as well as the key drivers of business success. The work placement will provide an insight into the world of work and appropriate conduct at work. The module will therefore facilitate you in the process of becoming and staying employable through assertiveness, continuing development and reflection on both your development and the link between theory and practice.

    • Investment Analysis (30 credits) – Optional

      This module aims to develop your knowledge of modern investment theory and practice. A detailed study of classic portfolio theory provides the basis for an appreciation of, and further investigation into, themes that are currently at the forefront of reflection and research in investment theory, including sceptical views of the classic paradigm whose status has been boosted by the international banking crisis that began in 2008. In tandem with a critical approach to theory, the module offers insights into the quantitative methods (and supporting technology) that are used to inform the construction and management of investment portfolios. Furthermore the module analyses institutional, product and technological innovation in the sphere of investment management, particularly in relation to a heightened concern with risk control, market liquidity and disclosure of information.

    • Business Start-up (30 credits) – Optional

      The aim of this module is to introduce the complexities of starting a business. It draws together a range of theories, concepts and notions from several sources such as Finance, Marketing and Strategy. In particular, the module facilitates the development of a unique business plan in which you will learn, practice and apply the necessary academic and practical knowledge and skill sets, including team working, required for the establishment of a new business, as well as an understanding of the complexities relating to the functioning of a small business.

To find out more, please download the Business Accounting BSc Honours specification (PDF).

We review our courses regularly to improve your experience and graduate prospects so modules may be subject to change.

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  2. Coursework and assessment


We offer a range of industry-standard software and the training required to master accounting and finance.

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Student support

We offer lots of support to help you while you're studying including financial advice, wellbeing, mental health, and disability support.

Additional needs

We'll support you if you have additional needs such as sensory impairment or dyslexia. And if you want to find out whether Middlesex is the right place for you before you apply, get in touch with our Disability and Dyslexia team.


Our specialist teams will support your mental health. We have free individual counselling sessions, workshops, support groups and useful guides.

Work while you study

Our Middlesex Unitemps branch will help you find work that fits around uni and your other commitments. We have hundreds of student jobs on campus that pay the London Living Wage and above.

Financial support

You can apply for scholarships and bursaries and our MDX Student Starter Kit to help with up to £1,000 of goods, including a new laptop or iPad.

We have also reduced the costs of studying with free laptop loans, free learning resources and discounts to save money on everyday things. Check out our guide to student life on a budget.

How can the BSc Business Accounting support your career?

A Business Accounting degree opens the doors to a range of careers, many with excellent progression routes and competitive salaries.

You could progress into a wide range of financial management and business roles in prestigious international organisations including:

  • Western Union
  • Noor Islamic Bank
  • Consult AIV
  • Central Bank Nigeria
  • Santander
  • Barclays
  • RBS
  • NHS

You would also have the skills to set up your own successful business or take leadership roles within family companies.

Further study? You can go on study courses such as MA International Business Management and MSc Investment and Finance.

Our employability service, MDXworks will launch you into the world of work from the beginning of your course, with placements, projects and networking opportunities through our 1000+ links with industry and big-name employers in London and globally.

Our dedicated lifetime career support, like our business start-up support programme and funding for entrepreneurs, has put us in the top 10 UK universities for students who want to be CEOs and entrepreneurs (Hitachi, 2021).

Global network

You’ll study with students from 122 countries who’ll hopefully become part of your global network. And after you graduate, we'll still support you through our alumni network to help you progress in your chosen career.

Work placements

We encourage you to undertake a paid work placement during your studies, either as a year-long assignment between years two and three or as two shorter placements during years one and two. The paid, year-long work placement exempts you from paying tuition fees for the full academic year, ensuring you gain the necessary practical skills to embark on your chosen career.

We offer a 12-month placement at the end of year two (Thick Sandwich mode).

Alternatively, you can opt for two smaller placements over the first two years of the course (Thin Sandwich Mode).

A dedicated employability advisor will help you search for an employer who will provide you with an appropriate placement. S/he will also provide you with guidance and support before, during and after the placement.

The placement forms the basis for an assessed report based on the organisation.

At the start of the placement, you will be allocated an individual supervisor who will provide support and advice for the duration of the project. All projects are double-marked.

Finance 12-Month Placement Scheme

We have developed a strong relationship with NHS London, offering candidates finance work placements for a 12-month period. This is only open to second-year students.

The placement offers:

  • Valuable experience in Accounting & Finance
  • ACCA/CIMA accredited experience for professional practical experience requirements
  • Fast track to a graduate position
  • The opportunity to work within different departments of NHS, such as financial planning, strategy, payroll and many more
  • A chance to develop soft skills in communication and teamwork as well as insight into applying accounting concepts to solve real business problems
  • Support during the application process to maximise your chance of securing a place on the scheme.
  1. UK entry
  2. International entry
  3. How to apply

The fees below refer to the 2024/25 academic year unless otherwise stated.

UK students1

Full-time: £9,250

Part-time: £77 per taught credit

International students2

Full-time students: £16,600

Part-time students: £138 per taught credit

Additional costs included

The following course-related costs are included in the fees:

  • All printing and copying required for your study
  • Self-service laptops available for loan for a maximum of 24 hours
  • Audio-visual equipment available for loan, including digital stills cameras, digital video recorders, digital audio recorders.
  • Access to our professional mentoring scheme and mentoring support from professionals in accounting and finance sector
  • Access to all specialist accounting and taxation software required for your study.

Fees disclaimers

1. UK fees: The university reserves the right to increase undergraduate tuition fees in line with changes to legislation, regulation and any government guidance or decisions. The tuition fees for part-time UK study are subject to annual review and we reserve the right to increase the fees each academic year by no more than the level of inflation.

2. International fees: Tuition fees are subject to annual review and we reserve the right to increase the fees each academic year by no more than the level of inflation.

Any annual increase in tuition fees as provided for above will be notified to students at the earliest opportunity in advance of the academic year to which any applicable inflationary rise may apply.

Alison Broughton

Teaching interests: Management Accounting, Issues in Financial Accounting

Research interests: Education and use of learning technologies

Alison is a Chartered Management Accountant (CIMA) and has connections with professional accounting bodies and employability. Prior to joining Middlesex University, Alison worked at HSBC, Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation and Lendlease. She is interested in the development of online technologies and applying these into Higher Education.

Ellie Franklin
Senior Lecturer

Teaching Interests: Financial Accounting, Audit, Entrepreneurial Finance

Research Interests: Accounting Education, Technology in Education, Accounting History

Ellie is a Middlesex University alumna. She trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte gaining experience of a diverse range of clients in the banking and finance industry. She is heavily involved with the activities of the British Accounting and Finance Association – Accounting Education Special Interest Group.

Kooi See Yeap
Senior Lecturer

Teaching interests: Financial Accounting; Managerial Finance

Research interests: Financial Reporting; Audit Quality; Corporate Governance

Kooi See has extensive accounting experience in a public accounting firm prior to joining the teaching profession. She has taught in Malaysia, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.

Richard Jones
Associate Professor

Teaching interests: Taxation and Corporate Valuation

Research interests: International Taxation and Risk Analytics for Financial Institutions

Richard is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He specialises in taxation and has been leading the teaching of Taxation at Middlesex for many years. Richard’s professional focus has been on communicating the implications of changes in tax law and practice to small practitioners and their clients. He is also involved in the design, implementation and delivery of Risk Analytics training for one of the world’s largest banks.

Angeli Arora
Senior Lecturer

Teaching interests: Financial Accounting and Corporate Finance

Angeli is ACA qualified and holds a BA Hons degree in Accounting from the University of Dundee. She was the Finance Director at BD London, an advertising and marketing agency, and at Earls Court and Olympia exhibition venues prior to joining Middlesex University.

Dr Sepideh Parsa
Associate Professor

Teaching interests: Social Reporting and Corporate Accountability

Research interests: Sepideh is particularly interested in how companies endeavour to attain and maintain the level and standard of social reporting in different cultural contexts. She has published in a range of journals, amongst which are the British Journal of Management, Journal of Business Ethics and International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Toby York
Senior Lecturer

Teaching interests: Audit and Assurance, Financial Analysis and Evaluation

Toby qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1989 with a firm which is now part of Baker Tilly. After spending time in audit, corporate finance and corporate recovery, Toby moved to Speciality Retail Group becoming its Finance Director between 1996 and 2003, a period of rapid expansion and success for the company. Toby joined Middlesex University in 2003 but continues involvement with private companies through corporate consultancy and advising social enterprises. Toby sits on the board of a social enterprise, is Treasurer of St Matthew's Westminster and parent governor and Chair of Finance at Queens Park Community School.

Tony Kilmister
Senior Lecturer

Tony has many years of teaching finance at London South Bank University, Coventry University and, now, Middlesex University. His teaching portfolio extends across corporate finance, investment analysis, financial markets and financial risk management. Tony’s produced teaching material for the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) and is currently the coordinator for an ICSA module in Portfolio Management. His interests lie in the evolution of investment management, financial markets and risk assessment practices.

  • Sarah Iman

    Sarah Iman

    Accounting and Finance BA student

    The course is excellent and very well taught! Make sure you take advantage of the facilities and the highly skilled and experienced lecturers to ensure you gain the necessary knowledge and can excel in your exams.

We’ll carefully manage any future changes to courses, or the support and other services available to you, if these are necessary because of things like changes to government health and safety advice, or any changes to the law.

Any decisions will be taken in line with both external advice and the University’s Regulations which include information on this.

Our priority will always be to maintain academic standards and quality so that your learning outcomes are not affected by any adjustments that we may have to make.

At all times we’ll aim to keep you well informed of how we may need to respond to changing circumstances, and about support that we’ll provide to you.

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