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Hi, can you please help me with the university/course

University of birmingham- MSc in accounting and finance
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University of sheffiild- MSc in accounting, corporate governance, and financial management
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Ideally neither. Both around the same level; not much difference
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which one to prefer? I have an offer from sheffield, exeter, queen's university belfast, and lancaster for accounting and finance. Birmingham is taking a lot of time to reply.
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What are your reasons for doing the masters degree? They are not the norm for accounting careers in the U.K.
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neither, waste of money. you can do it with just a bachelors
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What are your reasons for doing the masters degree? They are not the norm for accounting careers in the U.K.
To gain the practical knowledge.
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neither, waste of money. you can do it with just a bachelors
I tried my best to find a job with just a bachelors in my country and I couldn't they want practical knowledge and experience. They are not even ready to take my interview untill unless I have a prior experience. and I have to start from somewhere to gain the experience.
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To gain the practical knowledge.
Masters degrees don’t really give you practical knowledge. I’ve not checked the courses you are looking at to check but will do later.

what are your intentions when graduated? To stay in the U.K. or move elsewhere?
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Masters degrees don’t really give you practical knowledge. I’ve not checked the courses you are looking at to check but will do later.

what are your intentions when graduated? To stay in the U.K. or move elsewhere?
I am from India..and planning to move to U.K for higher studies.
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I am from India..and planning to move to U.K for higher studies.
Ok - but what do you plan on doing after your studies?
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Ok - but what do you plan on doing after your studies?
I tried finding a job but I couldn't. I wasted my 2 years here.. I don't have any other option but to uplift my knowledge by gaining some practical knowledge.
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I tried finding a job but I couldn't. I wasted my 2 years here.. I don't have any other option but to uplift my knowledge by gaining some practical knowledge.
MSc dont give you practical experience. You need to check with employers in India whether taking the degree will improve your employability and help you to get a job - and one the pays enough to give a return on a huge up front spend.
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MSc dont give you practical experience. You need to check with employers in India whether taking the degree will improve your employability and help you to get a job - and one the pays enough to give a return on a huge up front spend.
Thanks a lot
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