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Hello! I hope to work in the financial sector in the future. I haven’t decided yet but I don’t want to limit my options to a single area, like accounting. So I was wondering if choosing to study accounting and finance will allow me to get a career in finance as a whole or just in accounting. I know many jobs don’t ask for a graduate with a degree in a specific subject but it can be quite helpful.
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It depends on what modules you choose and most what i have seen is accounting and finance course has more of accounting modules ...Uni of dundee on the other hand has lot of option in choosing the modules which are also finance based ...
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It depends on what modules you choose and most what i have seen is accounting and finance course has more of accounting modules ...Uni of dundee on the other hand has lot of option in choosing the modules which are also finance based ...
So would you recommend getting a degree in economics instead?
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So would you recommend getting a degree in economics instead?
If thats what you love than go for it and if you are interested in Finance than go for Finance....depends on your interest...where do you wanna see yourself ....
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