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CamEd the right choice for your accounting, finance courses

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CamEd the right choice for your accounting, finance courses

For young Cambodian students, the real paper chase starts soon after they sit for their grade 12 examinations. While registering for the right tertiary course is one thing, signing up to study at an institution which offers the best teaching and learning experience is critical.

This is because earning a professional qualification at the right institution opens the doors to a fulfilling career. And for those who wish to pursue a career in accounting, CamEd Business School in Phnom Penh has distinguished itself by offering internationally accredited courses to suit every individual.

Graduating from CamEd provides opportunities to work as audit and tax consultants, business owners, finance officers and more.

Specialising in finance and accounting courses, its students can confidently enrol for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and even the Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) qualification.

Both courses are internationally recognised, which means having fulfilling careers in the world of accounting and finance is assured.

Take 21-year-old Lao Vaiyi as an example. An audit associate with BDO (Cambodia) Limited, she says a relative introduced her to CamEd, and, after checking out the institution, she signed up with its faculty of accounting.

“I was so confident in CamEd that I am pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree while simultaneously sitting for my CAT examinations too. This way, I can earn two qualifications in one go,” she says.

Studying in English is also not a problem for Vaiyi as CamEd’s teaching staff is adept in the language and able to teach students well in it. This way, its undergraduates also benefit from learning an international language which they can use to further build their careers.

“Through my college life, I’ve experienced a lot of memorable things inside and outside of my classes. I’ve also learnt to be more sociable thanks to the various activities I am involved in, such as team building, football, international business club, organizing events, class projects and others,” she says.

Vaiyi says her activities have boosted her confidence and communication skills, apart from learning world-class accounting methodologies through her classes. “Being an audit associate, I feel that sitting for my BA and CAT examinations assures me of a very bright future.

“I think CamEd is a great choice if you want to embark on a career in accounting and finance. The college has qualified lecturers from various countries who have a wealth of teaching experience,” she says.

The college also takes an active role in helping organise activities such as student clubs, charity events, sporting competitions and camping trips, the point of which is to build the confidence and the personalities of its students’ besides encouraging them to gain work skills.

A co-president of CSG at CamEd, Ung Chan Sophadunn, 22, who majors in Finance and Accounting says his course is very important as every business requires professionals who are trained in these areas and taxation and audit too.

“I am studying in what I consider to be the best business school in Phnom Penh. I feel proud to be studying here and plan to open my own business in the future,” he says, adding that he has benefitted tremendously by learning soft skills too.

This is unique, as CamEd goes above and beyond teaching by providing space for its students to learn such soft skills as it will benefit them as they build their careers upon graduating.

CamEd has made a mark of being different from others in the country. Apart from earning accredited certifications, its students are among those that employers seek out. Even human resource managers specifically look out for its graduates during the hiring process.

*Students have to pass grade 12 and take an entrance exam of about three hours to enrol at CamEd Business School. This includes mathematics, English and an oral interview. Those who are keen to enrol need to make an appointment about three days before the entrance examination date. But, if students have IELTS with a score of 5.0 and up, they can be exempted from taking the English examination.

Earn your CAT qualification with the premier business school in Cambodia. CamEd Business School is the only ACCA platinum accredited business school in the Kingdom. We offer the ACCA and CAT qualifications. Enrol: https://app.cam-ed.com/beta/cat-register. CamEd Business School is located on the corner of Preah Norodom Boulevard and Street 108.

For more information about registration, go to link https://app.cam-ed.com/beta/ba-register

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