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    I am deciding on a degree to study at University and am interested in Accountancy, Business and Law. My view is to become an accountant later on in life and I gather that I don't have to take a direct course in Accountancy to become an Accountant. I am looking at doing a business degree and then proceeding to pass the necessary course to be an accountant as I want to have a wide variety of career options available to me.

    Does it matter what business degree I do if I want to become an accountant later? Roughly how long does it take to complete the course for accountancy and what is the process I will need to take if I am doing a business degree as well?

    Thanks for any help,

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