choosing between Accounting and Business with Financial managment

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I am clueless! I have applied for two courses, Accounting and Business with Financial Management, and I can not choose out of these two for my firm choice for university. I don't really know which one would be better for me so I need a bit of help!
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I am clueless! I have applied for two courses, Accounting and Business with Financial Management, and I can not choose out of these two for my firm choice for university. I don't really know which one would be better for me so I need a bit of help!
It would be helpful if you let us know what universities you're choosing between.


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Yeh sorry! Both courses are from one university, Northumbria Uni!
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Yeh sorry! Both courses are from one university, Northumbria Uni!
You've only named one course lol
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You've only named one course lol
He named two. Accounting or business with financial management. Or that is what I think he meant.
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Accounting is one course and business with finance management is the second course
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He named two. Accounting or business with financial management. Or that is what I think he meant.
Yes that is what i meant
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Yes that is what i meant
Depends what you enjoy more - accounting or business/finance. If you don't have any idea what either entail then I can explain further.
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Depends what you enjoy more - accounting or business/finance. If you don't have any idea what either entail then I can explain further.
If u dont mind thank you
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If u dont mind thank you
Accounting is more concerned with recording financial transactions of a business and presenting them in a useful way to stakeholders. You will be introduced to the debit/credit system and the whole process of accounting - from the books of prime entry to the statements of financial position (showing how much profit a business makes each period and how many assets/liabilities it has)

Business will focus on the running of the business. Included in this will be organisation theory, marketing, economics and you will also touch on some accounting. There will be other modules but you can find that out by looking at what modules your course offers.
Finance focuses on funding projects and the issues of raising finance. You will consider the time value of money (money worth more today than tomorrow), risk of investing, whether to take on debt or raise money through equity. etc.

Hard to explain to you without being technical. I am currently doing Acc and finance and I do modules in --> Maths, statistics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, computing, 2* accounting modules, 2* finance modules, English and law. Just to give you an idea.
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Thank you so much! That has helped me make a clearer decision!
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