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Major uni concedes: accounting degrees not enough to be 'job ready'

Australian accounting students are struggling with the combined weight of their studies and work placements, as a major university and graduates alike find that degrees aren’t doing the job of getting candidates ready for the profession.

Major uni concedes: accounting degrees not enough to be 'job ready'
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  • Shared by AccountantsDaily
  • November 10, 2017
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The UNSW Business School concedes that a typical three-year program is insufficient in preparing undergraduates to be fully ‘job ready’, with students having to undertake internships and extra-curriculum activities to achieve readiness.

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