bluerainbow01
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So I'm going into my third year at university, currently studying economics and have to now start applying for grad jobs. the problem is, I want to go into audit but have not got an internship this summer, I've done a couple of weeks of work experience at an accountancy firm but that's about the only experience I have. so i was thinking, would it be best if i just looked for an internship for next summer and do a postgrad, that way I gain more experience and qualifications, or do i start applying for grad jobs and risk not finding one??
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Why not do both? You have one year left at uni - spend that year applying for postgrad degrees and grad scheme placements, see what you have on offer by the end of the year, and then make a decision.
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I agree with the poster above, apply for both and see what you get out of it, then make your decision. You don't have to take up postgrad offers so if you got a job you can take it but you have the back up option of Uni.
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