The world of accountancy is changing. The tools required by the accountants of tomorrow will differ greatly from those that have been used traditionally by the number crunchers of the past, which means there has never been a better time to start on the path to a career in accountancy.
The growing reliance upon computer software in accountancy coupled with the profession’s move away from compliance and towards long-term business strategy means that many of those currently within the industry are being forced to alter their methods and approaches.
However, for aspiring accountants of the future, this is the ideal time to learn the trade. Never before has accountancy gone through such a transition, and by signing up for a course today, you will be ideally placed to shape the vocation going forward.
Get a step ahead in world of Accounting sector
According to research carried out by CareersinAudit.com, almost a third of all accountants say they ‘fear’ the interview process, though that number is even higher (41%) for those between the ages of 18 and 30.
The same study discovered that, despite the importance of interacting in the Accounting sector, one in three accountants ‘dread’ going to networking events, with many admitting that they would be willing to feign illness so as to avoid such an occasion.
By studying at Mont Rose College, you will not only learn the skills required to thrive in all elements of the accountancy sector, but also gain the confidence and abilities required to stand out when searching for a position.
If you are looking for a college in London at which you can develop, grow and continue your education, look no further than Mont Rose. Not only are we closely linked with Buckinghamshire New University, but all of our courses are funded by Student Finance England, and we can work closely with you to find out if you are eligible for funding.
If you want to enquire further about the courses we offer, or would like to find out more about Mont Rose College, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 8556 5009, and we will do all we can to help.
We look forward to hearing from you.