As the basic language of the financial world, Accounting is one of the compulsory courses in business schools of major international universities. Due to its relatively strong professionalism, the employment prospects of accounting majors are very broad, including accounting firms and almost all financial institutions.
Accounting is offered at A-level. Accounting courses are divided into two parts, AS level (AS) and A level (A2), and the required class hours are about 60 hours and 40 hours respectively.
A-level Accounting focuses on exposing students to the relevance and applicability of accounting in the real world, exploring the roles and responsibilities of accounting, and studying areas such as financial accounting and cost management accounting. Studying this course helps students understand, apply, analyze and evaluate accounting information to aid business decision-making and communicate information with stakeholders, providing a basis for further study in accounting or a related career.
Learning Difficulties and Suggestions
Among the many A-level subjects, there are relatively few professional terms in accounting and it is relatively easy, so it is highly recommended for students with relatively weak English foundations to choose this course. However, due to the scattered knowledge points of the accounting discipline, which involves all aspects of the company's accounting processing, students need a lot of time to memorize and do questions to consolidate and strengthen. Reasonable use of efficient memory methods such as knowledge trees and mind maps is very important.