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If you want to learn about money and how to manage it, you'll want to study either finance or accounting. Economics, on the other hand, looks at the broader picture and covers not just money, but wealth in general and how it's created, consumed and distributed.
For those interested in learning more about accounting or finance, let's take a look at why you should study finance, the challenges finance and accounting students face, what you can learn about both these subjects in school, and how both professionals and students can get help with studying finance from private tutors.
Whether you study finance or accounting, the career prospects are good. Most university finance students find work or continue their studies once they graduate. Generally, they do jobs as either chartered or certified accounts or finance and investment analysts and advisers. Finance and accounting are also degrees that lead directly to work in the field with nearly 80% of graduates working in the sector.
Jobs in finance are also very well paid and the average wage for a graduate working as an accountant is close to £30k. During their training, they can also up closer to £60k a year. Chartered accountants earn an average of close to £80k with average bonuses exceeding £15k a year.
Beyond your career, knowing how to manage your money is also incredibly useful in everyday life and an understanding of finance or accounting will help you to get the most out of your money.
If accounting and finance were that easy, everyone would be studying them. However, these subjects aren't without their challenges and students should know what they're getting themselves into before they choose to start learning about them.
For one, anyone studying finance needs an excellent understanding of maths. Whether you're studying finance at GCSE, A Level, or degree, you need a good level in maths.
Finance and accounting can be particularly fascinating, but there are also aspects of it that could just as easily put you to sleep. To get through several years of studying a degree, an MBA, or a financial management course, you need to have a passion for everything that finance and accounting entail, including the stock market, economics, and the world of finance.
As academic subjects, finance and accounting are quite specific, which is why so many graduates end up in related jobs. This also means that schools tend to avoid teaching them as individual subjects as they're too specialised. However, that doesn't mean you can't learn about finance and accounting, it just means you have to do it via other subjects.
School students with an interest in finance will probably want to opt to study Business at GCSE. They'll get to learn about sources of finance, business growth, cash and cash flow, financial terms and calculations, and analysing the financial performance of a business. In addition to finance, they'll also learn about business and marketing.
Whether you're studying finance and accounting at GCSE, A Level, degree, or as part of an MBA, a private tutor can help. Since private tutors will adapt the teaching experience to the student, they can help any type of student whether they're struggling with their lessons or looking to get the best possible marks for their exams or project work.
Even great teachers can struggle to get the most out of every student, especially when they have a lot of students and neither the time nor resources to adapt their teaching approach to each student. By teaching smaller groups of students or individuals, they can ensure that they're getting the education they serve and are responding to their tuition.
With the right kind of teaching, anyone can learn anything.
If you're looking for private tutors in Bradford, Leeds, or around West Yorkshire, check out the Superprof website. You can get tutoring in everything from academic subjects like science, maths, English, economics, business, finance, and accounting to arts and crafts, music, sports, and life coaching.
You can get either face-to-face tutorials, group tutoring, or online tuition. Each type has its pros and cons so think about which is best for you, how you like to learn, and how much you can afford to spend on private tutoring.
Face-to-face tutorials are usually the most expensive as you're paying for bespoke academic support services and the tutor will be spending time outside of the lessons adapting and tailoring the course to each of their students. However, this also makes these types of lessons the most cost-effective.
Group tutoring is a great option for those on a budget as you can share the cost of the tutor's time and expertise with the other students in the class. If you and a group of work colleagues, classmates, or friends are interested in learning about financial management or accounting, working in small groups with a tutor could be the way to go.
If you can't find any suitable or available tutors in Leeds, Bradford, or West Yorkshire, you could always broaden your search to include online tutors. As long as you have a webcam and a decent internet connection, you can get academic support from tutors all over the world. While online tutoring isn't great for certain hands-on subjects, it can be just as effective as face-to-face tutoring when it comes to academic subjects like maths, English, science, business, or finance.
A lot of the tutors on the Superprof website offer the first lesson for free so try a few of them out before you decide on which is right for you. When you view a tutor's profile, you can see whether or not they offer the first lesson for free as well as their education, experience, and qualifications. However, it's recommended that you have an idea of what you're looking for in a tutor before you start your search and only get in touch with tutors who meet your criteria.
In Bradford, the average cost of finance tuition is £15.
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Finance is one of the toughest subjects in school and at the degree level. Many teens struggle with finance throughout the school year, whether at secondary or university level. This is why finance tuition is so highly sought after.
With the help of a finance teacher, many students are able to better grasp the different principles of finance.
Our finance classes with a qualified private teacher offer you the possibility to master the different financal concepts more efficiently.
Whether you want to take private lessons from home or at an outside location, choose your tutor and reserve your finance course today.
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