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Which one is the more prestigious for employers between accounting and finance and management at warwick? thanks!
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you see I feel more attracted to A&F but I want to know what is the difference concerning the career prospect...Is A&F closer to economics than to management? On warwick's website, it's written that 83% of A&F graduates will get a job in 6 months and 95% for management graduates; how do you explain that? I hope that someone have some information to help me (quite urgent), thanks
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you see I feel more attracted to A&F but I want to know what is the difference concerning the career prospect...Is A&F closer to economics than to management? On warwick's website, it's written that 83% of A&F graduates will get a job in 6 months and 95% for management graduates; how do you explain that? I hope that someone have some information to help me (quite urgent), thanks
makes absolutely no difference whatsoever in any high paying graduate scheme, seen as equal, only difference is that if you want to audit as a career, you do less studying during work as the degree of a and f gives exemptions.
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hey welcometoib! thanks for your answer ya I'm very interested by audit. what does the sentence "you do less studying during work as the a&f degree gives exemptions" means? (sorry i'm french so i might not have understood this sentence) Would you say that a&f might be slighty better?
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hey welcometoib! thanks for your answer ya I'm very interested by audit. what does the sentence "you do less studying during work as the a&f degree gives exemptions" means? (sorry i'm french so i might not have understood this sentence) Would you say that a&f might be slighty better?
i meant less work during a career in audit, if you study the ACA/ACCA you have to do exams, I think doing A and F at warwick means you can choose modules that exempt you from doing some studying for the ACA if you do accounting in the future
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