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    Hello guys,

    Sorry if this topic was already somewhere, hopefully you can give me any suggestions or tips for my enquiry. This year I'm coming from abroad to start my BA Accounting & Finance course at Coventry University. The bachelor degree is only 3 years long, so I'm already thinking what I may study afterwards. I have found some information about ACCA, AAT qualifications, it sounds suitable for me, although I'm also interested in Postgraduate studies in Accounting&Finance/Finance management. I'm a little bit unsure what to choose. I know, it's still lots of years of studying ahead before I get my bachelor diploma, but I just like to create long term plans because it motivates me to move forward and achieve my set goals. So maybe anyone of you guys were in the same situation as me? What did you choose after your bachelor degree in Accounting&Finance? What could you recommend? Thanks for any information, it will be very helpful.

    Kind regards and have a nice day!
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