ACCA or Degree?
November 16, 2006 10:56pm CST
My friends and I have been deceived by the college into taking their diploma course, led into believing that after diploma course we can spend another year to get a degree. But few months later we were informed that the college no longer provides degree course. Now I have one more subject left to complete diploma, and is stuck between choices, to do degree course in other college, two years starting from July 2007, or take ACCA in January 2007. But I've heard that ACCA is very difficult, especially to non-english speaker like me... Advice anyone?
9 Jul 07
I'm 3 papers left to completion so I will definitely suggest you go for ACCA if you're planning to pursue a career in Accountancy. ACCA is a global accountancy degree. Also, by taking ACCA, after the completion of Level 2 modules, you can do the Oxford Brookes University BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting concurrently with level 3 modules if you dont find that taxing. It rather difficult especially at level 3 modules but it ultimately depends oh how you prepare, vope, manage your time, practice and exam techniques. Hope this helps.