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    If I want to become a fully qualified chartered accountant, do I have to do a Accounting and Finance degree at Uni?
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    (Original post by Dan_UK)
    If I want to become a fully qualified chartered accountant, do I have to do a Accounting and Finance degree at Uni?
    Yes, but more important is a selection of dour gray suits and a boring personality. Are you truly up to the challenge?

    no you do not, a related degree will be good enough, then CIMA and ACCA train you up real good and u work for them



    if i dont make it to dentistry this year im taking a year out and going for accoutnign and finance

    (Original post by Howard)
    Yes, but more important is a selection of dour gray suits and a boring personality. Are you truly up to the challenge?
    see you're stupid, arrogant sterotypical views have just shown right through you

    SHUT THE **** UP
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    (Original post by Dan_UK)
    If I want to become a fully qualified chartered accountant, do I have to do a Accounting and Finance degree at Uni?
    You dont have to do a degree at all. My friend was qualified at 21 and shes never been to uni (although shes doing an open uni course for fun (crazy freak) now!)
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    (Original post by Howard)
    Yes, but more important is a selection of dour gray suits and a boring personality. Are you truly up to the challenge?
    and you will have to wade through huge amounts of americanized texts if you want to earn the big bucks...
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    (Original post by DazYa12)
    see you're stupid, arrogant sterotypical views have just shown right through you

    SHUT THE **** UP
    **** off you humorless **** boy.
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    (Original post by Howard)
    Yes, but more important is a selection of dour gray suits and a boring personality. Are you truly up to the challenge?
    You'd be surprised. I think it either makes you into a prematurely boring old fart or it does completely the opposite and you become a bit of a rebel lol.

    (Original post by Howard)
    **** off you humorless **** boy.
    i think most of us would agree there was no humour in your above statement

    and your selection of vocabulary makes you look even worse, ' **** '
    such a horrible sounding word
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    its no worse than F*ck which you used.
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    (Original post by DazYa12)
    i think most of us would agree there was no humour in your above statement

    and your selection of vocabulary makes you look even worse, ' **** '
    such a horrible sounding word
    Howard is funny, you're not.
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    The course which looks most likely I am doing now is Accounting Management, which is related - so I start truly training once left Uni.

    Howard: I guess I'll stand out then
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    (Original post by DazYa12)
    i think most of us would agree there was no humour in your above statement

    and your selection of vocabulary makes you look even worse, ' **** '
    such a horrible sounding word
    I wouldn't mind so much if I was actually talking to you. But I wasn't.

    Don't find my humor "funny"? Fair enough. Just say so. No need to get all serious talking about "stereotypes" and finish up with "SHUT THE **** UP" was there? As you sow, so shall you reap.

    happysunshine, shush ugly.
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    (Original post by viviki)
    its no worse than F*ck which you used.
    just wanna say, the C word is sooooooo much worse than the F word!!

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    (Original post by DazYa12)
    happysunshine, shush ugly.
    ahhh, the irony amazes me
 
 
 

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