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    Which one should I choose and why? Is there much of a difference between them?
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    anyone??
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    Choose the ACA - however you can only do it with a Training contract!
    Unlike the ACCA where you can study for it by yourself !
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    Choose the ACA - however you can only do it with a Training contract!
    Unlike the ACCA where you can study for it by yourself !
    Turns out I'm only being offered ACCA for my role. Do you think it's worth studying? is it looked down upon in comparison to ACA? Can you get the same jobs with the 2 qualifications?
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    I work in a Finance dept. with people who are ACCA, CIMA and ACA qualified. Most of them have said it doesn't matter which qualification you have for most roles. Although a couple of my colleagues have admitted that the ACA is probably 'secretly' preferred.

    I don't think it makes a big difference...
 
 
 
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