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My name is sandra,i saw your profile today at(thestudentroom.co.uk) and became interested in you,i will also like to know you the more,and i want you to send an email to my email address (email@example.com) so i can give you my picture for you to know whom i am.I believe we can move from here!
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Hi Larissa !! How are you?? My name is Umer and i want to talk with you plz reply.......
Here is the brief, i know its quite a broad and somewhat vague question, but i literally dont know where to start.
First, the formal elements of research methods covered in each fortnightly lecture should be described and their relevance to structured research explained (400 words). Second, a genuine research paper on accounting or finance. This should be read by all students, discussed by them in their learning groups, and critically reviewed in the essay (in 350-450 words).
ok send me your question and I'll help you out.
As for my A-Levels, you may think i did alot of Maths orientated subjects, but i didnt, I did IT, business and applied Business (double award). As for my course, yes it is very enjoyable, because you dont just work with numbers, the course focuses on Law, Marketing, Busienss Management and so forth
Oh hi, sorry for the late response, yeah I do accounting. the most obvious career path is to be an accountant. My advise would be to become a chartered accountant, in order to become one you must finish your degree and join a professional accountancy body such as ACCA, CIMA or CIPFA etc. best one is ACCA. once you qualified with them then you are a chartered accountant. Once you become a chartered accountant, then the world is yours, you can work anywhere in the world (thats if you want to) either within accountancy i.e. Audit, Tax, Financial Accounting, Management Accounting etc. or even other areas of business such as HR, Marketing, distribution etc. note, that most Chief Executives of major companies started there careers as an accountant My advice would be to stay within the accountancy career, because as ive mentioned, dont think becoming a qualified accountant, you have to work with numbers, you literally can work in any departments
Hey, I saw on a thread that you said you were doing accountancy. I have a place to do it at uni but I'm really not sure what I want to do with my life, as stupid as that sounds. So I was just wondering what you did for A-levels and are you enjoying your course?
Larissa Victoria White
Where I study
University of Bedfordshire
- About me
- Im your average blonde haired blue eyed girl who loves to party, socialise, etc.
- Academic Info
- Final year BA (Hons) Accounting, dong GDL this september at NTU
- Last Activity 22-09-2012
- Join Date 29-03-2011
Join Date 29-03-2011
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