Good money, exotic locations, great career development… we're talking accountancy!
Accountancy may not have been the first career you thought of as a childhood ambition but a career in accountancy has a lot to offer. And it can give you the lifestyle and choices you want in your adult career.
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Anam Sami: Studying ACCA, working at KPMG
Anam Sami is an audit associate for KPMG Lower Gulf Financial Services Department. She started her ACCA studies in 2011 and cleared all ACCA’s papers in June 2013. Having studied with Phoenix, an ACCA platinum tuition provider in Dubai, Anam will soon apply for ACCA membership. We talked to her about gaining PER with KPMG and how to manage work-life balance.
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5-way strategy to beat ‘exam failure blues’
Failing exams is an awful feeling. It’s like a protracted torture – months of studying often difficult topics; pre-exam stress and post-exam withdrawal and months of waiting for a result that you have built up to be the most important thing in the universe – only to discover you’ve failed.
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YOUR potential in the spotlight: Aqeel Ahmed
Here's our new email magazine feature, showcasing YOU -  our reader's hobbies and diverse career aspirations. This week, meet Aqeel Ahmed, a potential future accountant and world-class boxer.
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Win-Win: "How I gained a Degree from Oxford Brookes University alongside my ACCA Qualification"
You can achieve a BSc degree at the same time as studying for the ACCA Qualification. Marcus Kittel talks about how the Oxford Brookes BSc degree along with his ACCA Qualification will help him in achieve his ambition to be his own boss.
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Study ACCA your way
To make a path for yourself you need to be flexible and adaptable, and your accountancy qualification needs to reflect this. That’s why ACCA doesn’t restrict you to one way of learning. You can choose a mode of study that suits your situation and prefered learning style.
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