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    Hi guys, I got an offer from these 2 University

    Cass business school - Banking/ International Finance

    Manchester business school - Accounting / Finanace

    I am really suffer from deciding my univ since I wanna do ACCA after my graduating to be an accountant...

    Cass seems ok but It is not focused on Accoutning which I want to study...

    I heard Manchester is also very good but some of my friend only insist that Cass is best,.. dont know really what to do..

    but I cant decide what to choose when I consider future career..


    Guys, what do you recon? help me !!:woo:
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    hiya,

    what do you recommed for me between

    Accounting and Finance in Manchester univ.

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    Banking and International Finance in Cass



    If I wanna do ACCA qualification after graduation..

    which one is better for future career ?

    and do you think Manchester is good uni?
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    Hi. i am studying at Cass Business School BSc Management. We are the best business school in UK for undergraduate degrees. It really cool here. the environment, the modules, the teacher. You are in the middle of London. The thing is that if you want to do ACCA and you are sure for that then its better to go at Manchester because it gives you the chance to take 7 exemptions from 14 modules of ACCA. But go there only if you are sure, otherwise come to Cass. BSc Banking is really good , with great modules and many choices after you graduate.

    good luck !!
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    If you really want to be an accountant then you'd better go for Man since that course in Cass is highly specialised at banking which you may not find suitable for you future career as an accountant.
    If I were you, I would do research on both courses carefully. Make sure you have a basic idea about those areas to solidify your decision. You may want to take into account the study environment as well, i.e the campus, outdoor activities ans so on.
    Good luck!
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    Btw Cass offer a new course Accounting and Finance ...
    http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/undergrad...caf/index.html

    this course gives the opportunity to have 9 exemptions out of 15 in ACA....!!!
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    Greetings all,

    I have Been doing some research lately, but would like to get some expert advices on forums.

    I've been recently admitted to the following:
    1. Manchester Business School - Msc International Business and Management
    2. Cass Business School - Msc Management
    3. University of Amsterdam - MBA

    The deadline is comming and I have trouble deciding which offer I should take. Upon graduation, my plan is to hopefully find a job in the city I studied.

    All three tuitions are pretty much the same. MBS has an amazing campus life. On the other hand, Cass' professional network may be more robust due to its location in London. I think the Amsterdam MBA is a great degree and maybe superior to the MScs. All three are very reputable schools so if I could get some directions, that would be very helpful!

    Thanks a lot,
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    Why not do an MBA in Manchester? An MBA in somewhere as reputable as Manchester will definitely get you into accounting or any management profession.
    Read about it here: http://www.businessbecause.com/busin...ic-courses.htm
 
 
 
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