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Old 11-22-2010, 03:49 PM
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Accounting Qualifications Assesment

Hi everyone, having headches of reading so much regarding immigration. Maybe someone can give me some hints regarding my question.

I am currently studying and MBA at UTS and was considering the options of applying for GSM. I have a bachelor degree in business administration from my home country Mexico. In my current MBA I have done 3 courses that can be used as part of the accounting assesment and also have 3 courses that I still can choose. In my bachelos I did over 7 accounting courses. So my questions would be If I can apply for an accounting assessment even if my two degrees are not accounting (business both) but have many accounting courses. Also I would like to know if the first question is affirmative If I can use both degrees for the accounting assesment or if they only accept one. Ive carefully read the CPA, ICAA websites so I was just wondering if anyone had info on this and wouldnt have to wait until I submit my assesment and might lose the money. Thanks!!

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Old 11-22-2010, 11:39 PM
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It is a question that can only really be answered by the assessing organisations and you ought to communicate with them.
Aside from whether they will consider prior study in addition to your MBA, acceptance would I suspect be determined by their assessment of the level of accountancy you have studied as compared with what is covered in a structured accountancy course or in a business course where one majors in accountancy.

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