The curriculum for the first cycle of studies takes into consideration the following:
The International Education Standards for Professional Accountants set by IFAC (International Federation of Accountants);
The 8 th European Directive regulating the financial audit activities;
The curriculum developed by UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development);
The results of the Accounting Working Group representing the accountancy profession in 8 main European countries;
The recommendations and suggestions of national accounting regulatory bodies i.e. the Chamber of Financial Auditors of Romania (CFAR) and the Body of Expert and Licensed Accountants of Romania (CECCAR - Corpul Expertilor Contabili si al Contabililor Autorizati din România).
In 2006, the Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems was accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the world's largest professional accountancy body, which has 320,000 members and students in 160 countries, with a network of 70 offices around the world, recognized by the European Union member states and by the United Nations Organization.
Since 2007, the Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems has been a member of the International Association for Accounting Education and Research – IAAER), based in USA ( http://www.iaaer.org/?page=University%20Members , http://www.iaaer.org/ ) , an association recognized by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) and by other international accounting regulatory bodies.
Through the Socrates Erasmus programs, the AMIS Faculty has signed bilateral agreements with the following universities: The University of Orleans , L'Institut National des Techniques Économiques et Comptables (INTEC) de Paris, University of Nantes, Upper Alsace University from Mulhouse, University of Amsterdam and The Istanbul University.