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CFA, MBA,ICAN,ICAI, ACCA – which will get you a job that pays the most?

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    Bhupen Joshi

    Which qualification is most likely to get you a job in financial services or other industries now? And more pointedly, which qualification is most likely to get you a finance or any other that will pay you most? I think for Nepal it is definitely CA from ICAN or ICAI but lets discuss in terms of Nepal as well as globally since in this age of global citizenship mobility is also one of the key factors for career choice. Thinking globally with some consideration to Nepal as well, which is the best qualification among these in terms of sell-ability, help in earning potential and gaining of expertise knowledge.


    Rajan Gyawali ZYAK

    Keeping up with finances can be rather hard. Current world situation only proves this fact. If you have a finance or accountancy degree, you can easily manage all the financial issues that may occur. That’s why taking ACCA or CIMA course might be a very good idea. ACCA and CIMA are professional undergraduate accountancy degrees. If you want to upgrade your current career position, you may find getting an MBA degree a very helpful idea. MBA (Master of Business Administration) is a postgraduate diploma. Wide range of MBA specialisations allow you find exactly what you want to study. Anyway, no matter what path you choose, all of them will provide you with opportunities to get a better and well-paid job and make you a real specialist in accountancy or finance field.

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