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    Can anyone advice which way will be better for someone who wants to gain qualification in UK in this area? Which course/study gives a better possibility to develop accounting skills and get an employment? I have some work experience in this area (no in UK) and I have got a conditional offer from DMU. But I am still not convinced if it is a right choice ....Please, if someone can explain giving specific arguments, I am so undecided...

    I could get a job with AAT level3 earning £ 24K in London while I had been teaching finance, accounting, economist undergraduate still students or already graduates at work who earned around £ 19-20K in that time. They did not have work experience, they were only smart. Draw your conclusion.
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