Is it possible for a management grad (2:1) to get an accounting grad scheme?

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Or an audit scheme. The degree I did was BsC Management with Accounting at RoHo. Thanks in advance.
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yes - pretty common in fact.
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yes - pretty common in fact.
How do you know?
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How do you know?
I’m a pretty experienced accountant, ex big 4, and have read the statistics about recruitment by degree course on the icaew website.
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Big four don't mind which degree you do, as long as you meet the minimum academic requirements. Some of their candidates have a degree completely irrelevant to finance or accounting, history and geography etc.
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I’m a pretty experienced accountant, ex big 4, and have read the statistics about recruitment by degree course on the icaew website.
That's slightly reassuring I guess!
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Or an audit scheme. The degree I did was BsC Management with Accounting at RoHo. Thanks in advance.
Yes definitely. If you need more clarity to help get your career goals on track, I would recommend asking a career coach. Grad Offer really helped me personally, and made me realise more of my transferrable skills for applications
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Yes definitely. If you need more clarity to help get your career goals on track, I would recommend asking a career coach. Grad Offer really helped me personally, and made me realise more of my transferrable skills for applications
Hi, yes, Grad Offer is definitely a great starting point to get you on track with your plans
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I second this I know people in my year who have Music, History, Engineering, English degrees etc. The majority of people do have some form of business, management, economics, accounting degree.

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Big four don't mind which degree you do, as long as you meet the minimum academic requirements. Some of their candidates have a degree completely irrelevant to finance or accounting, history and geography et
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