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Hi, I’m looking for opinions on these two courses in university. What are the differences? The pros and the cons? Which would you do and why?
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Hi, I’m looking for opinions on these two courses in university. What are the differences? The pros and the cons? Which would you do and why?
Look at some of the course details about what you will be learning.
Are you more interested in accounting and finance topics or do you want to learn just law modules. Obvious, but you have to check and look.

What exams do you intend sitting after and what career?
One is going to give you a head start if accounting is your thing and the other is going to give you a knowledge advantage if you like law.

I would do whichever ne interested me the most, I could handle the easiest and helped me most in my envisaged career.

There is no way round you doing some research to see what is involved.
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