Career in auditors and accountants starts with good education

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The expanding corporate sector needs qualified professionals. Camed

Career in auditors and accountants starts with good education

At present, we see that the need for accountants, financiers and auditors is growing significantly as they have a central role to play in all companies and businesses.

While there is substantial demand for accountants and auditors, the field is very challenging and limited in today’s work society.

Therefore, in order to respond to the demand, students should choose to learn the skills with truly quality and nationally and internationally accredited schools which are renowned for ther quality education.

CamEd Business School, for instance, is the only leading school in accounting, finance and audit skill trainings in Cambodia.The school is recognised for the quality of its teaching and offers internationally recognised degrees.

CamEd Business School faculty members come from renowned countries, including the United States, the Philippines, Singapore and many other countries.

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Additionally, graduates from CamEd Business School are offered two degrees at a time, including a bachelor’s degree recognised by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and a professional certificate CAT (Certified Accounting Technician), issued by the United Kingdom and recognised by 183 countries worldwide.

In addition to studying with internationally-accredited teachers, the school also has a Job Placement Department that looks for jobs for students.

The school works in partnership with many internationally-renowned companies to help CamEd students find a job more effectively.

Therefore, students with grade 12 diplomas as well as those who have recently completed grade 12 can take free entrance exams with CamEd Business School, including English language, mathematics, and an English language interview, which takes 15 minutes.

Register by November 15, 2018 via www.cam-ed.com or contact us for more information at: 023 986 522/523 or 012 618 988.

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