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    I am currently studying my A levels and wish to do a maths degree in the future. I really want to go into accountancy after university but was just wondering if maths is a respected degree for accounting firms? How would i get into accounting after my maths degree? Thanks for your help
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    (Original post by asiannumber1)
    I am currently studying my A levels and wish to do a maths degree in the future. I really want to go into accountancy after university but was just wondering if maths is a respected degree for accounting firms? How would i get into accounting after my maths degree? Thanks for your help
    Yes of course it is and you'll be absolutely fine. In answer to your second question, there will probably be careers fairs at Uni where you can learn more, but basically you just apply - firms have graduate programmes which take you through the accountancy qualifications.
 
 
 
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