Why Study Accounting
Do you enjoy working with numbers and have an interest in business? If so, let me introduce you to an exciting and rewarding field called accounting!
Accounting is the language of business, responsible for tracking, analyzing, and reporting financial transactions for organizations and individuals. As an accountant, you’ll be pivotal in ensuring financial health and helping people make smart financial decisions.
So, why would you want to pursue a career in accounting? To begin with, it is a well-regarded profession with strong job prospects and opportunities for promotion. You can create your own firm or work for a huge corporation depending on your professional objectives. Even if you don’t wind up working as an accountant, you can use these abilities in many other areas of your life, such as personal financial planning and budgeting.
You can focus on management accounting, tax, auditing, or financial planning as an accountant. Beginning as a junior accountant, you can advance to more senior positions, such as financial controller, CFO, or even partner in an accounting company, with time and other credentials.
What is Next?
Now that you know the potential for success in an accounting career, it is time to look into your possibilities. A junior accountant in Malaysia can expect to make between RM 30,000 and RM 40,000 every year, and experienced accountants can earn up to RM 80,000 or more. As a result, immerse yourself in the accounting industry by reading books, watching films, and participating in financial clubs or contests.
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Top 10 universities/colleges graduates hired by the Big 4 accounting firms in the United Kingdom
|University of Warwick||9.90%||176|
|University of Oxford||9.50%||169|
|University of Cambridge||9.20%||163|
|University of Bristol||8.60%||153|
|University of Manchester||8.20%||146|
|University of Nottingham||8.10%||144|
|University of Leeds||7.90%||140|
|University of Edinburgh||7.60%||135|
|London School of Economics and Political Science||7.40%||131|
|University of Warwick||9.80%||381|
|University of Oxford||9.40%||365|
|University of Cambridge||9.20%||357|
|University of Bristol||8.50%||329|
|University of Manchester||8.10%||314|
|University of Nottingham||7.90%||306|
|University of Leeds||7.80%||303|
|University of Edinburgh||7.50%||290|
|London School of Economics and Political Science||7.30%||283|
|University of Bath||7.10%||275|
|University of Birmingham||10.80%||222|
|University of Warwick||10.40%||213|
|University of Leeds||8.40%||172|
|University of Nottingham||8.30%||170|
|University of Manchester||8.20%||168|
|University of Bristol||8.10%||166|
|University of Edinburgh||7.80%||160|
|University of Oxford||7.50%||154|
|University of Cambridge||7.40%||151|
|University of Birmingham||10.80%||218|
|University of Warwick||10.30%||208|
|University of Leeds||8.30%||168|
|University of Nottingham||8.20%||166|
|University of Manchester||8.10%||163|
|University of Bristol||8.00%||161|
|University of Edinburgh||7.70%||155|
|University of Oxford||7.40%||150|
|University of Cambridge||7.30%||148|