Should I choose an Accounting course?
We’re often asked, “is accounting difficult?” and really, there’s no clear-cut answer to that question. It all depends on whether or not accounting is difficult for you. Accounting is a detailed oriented profession, where small mistakes can cause a lot of problems. As an accountant, you’ll be expected to display leadership skills, deliver presentations, and work with numbers on a daily basis. Accounting is deadline-driven, and will often require overtime, especially as the fiscal year comes to a close. If you detest numbers and you’re not particularly interested in the details, you’ll probably find that an accounting course isn’t for you. However, if you display an aptitude for numbers; love structure, order, and the satisfaction of problems with absolute answers, you could thrive as an accountant.
How can I get into Accounting?
To become a registered accountant, you need to pass an ACA exam as part of an undergraduate Accounting degree. After receiving your qualification, you should expect to keep learning and taking exams - financial regulations change regularly, and as a qualified accountant, you’ll be required to keep up to date.
Why use Enrol?
By using Enrol, you benefit from a simple, easily comparable list of Accounting courses, tailored to you. We consolidate every Accounting course and qualification offered in the UK, so you can be as informed as possible when choosing your course.