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Finance might not be everyone's cup of tea, but if you are a whizz with numbers and like to stay organised then it can be a gratifying field to learn about and, ultimately, work in.
While it’s easy to think that studying finance at school is only relevant to those who wish to invest in or gain a deeper understanding of the economy, it can actually be really beneficial on a personal level to study finance academically.
At various points in our lives, every day, in fact, we must make a series of financial decisions. So no matter whether you see yourself with a successful career in banking or you simply want to gain more confidence with your own life admin, Finance applies to all, not just budding mathematicians.
The trouble is, not many of us have a good enough knowledge of money to operate from when making these sometimes important decisions, so we often make poor financial choices. This is nothing to be ashamed of, and is why there are so many financial advisors making money telling people how and when to spend their money! And since money, for many of us, is something that’s on our mind an awful lot, it’s worth taking a closer look at financial management and planning.
After all, do you want to reach retirement age and enjoy your remaining years with no work to do rather than worrying about how you might fund your everyday life?
While some might argue that studying finance in-depth isn’t necessary to manage your personal finances, it will definitely give you the tools you need to better understand money and the impact this has on the world. And who doesn't want to get good at something? The more you open your mind up to all subject fields the more knowledgeable you will become!
You could argue that one of the biggest challenges associated with finance is that many of us aren’t made familiar with it at school. It's not like we are taught about budgeting at a young age because, in reality, it doesn't apply to us at that stage in our lives. But imagine how it might affect our perception of money and our attitude to spending if we were taught how to look after our money when we were just kids!
Sadly, though, schools will rarely offer any kind of subject related to finance, and so the first time you come across the academic field might not be until the university level.
If this is the first time you come across the field, there will understandably be a steep learning curve as you get to grips with the basics while also stretching yourself to tackle the more complicated aspects too.
Because, believe it or not, finance is not all about money, money, money. During a course, you might find some interesting considerations in the financial market that you'll want to focus on. If this is the case, then be sure to find a personal tutor who is experienced and as passionate about it as you.
Studying finance is going to be advantageous both professionally and personally.
On the professional side, studying finance can be a lucrative choice since it can lead to a whole host of high-salary jobs, including financial planner, banker, financial analyst, and accountant.
While these jobs might not sound glamorous to all, if you are in pursuit of a job that involves financial planning then they can provide a lot of satisfaction. Plus, as we said before, these normally come with quite attractive salaries.
The primary responsibilities of these roles will often be to help people or businesses to achieve their financial goals and make healthy decisions with their money.
On a personal level, you can use your vast financial knowledge and apply it to your own personal finances and those of your close friends and family too, if they need some assistance or advice.
The University of Bristol offers undergraduates a BSc Finance study programme, where they can receive training in all areas of finance. UWE Bristol also offers an Accounting & Finance degree, as well as a Banking & Finance course dedicated to those wishing to enter the popular field of banking.
The City of Bristol College additionally offers finance-related courses, with many other independent training centres also giving a range of finance qualifications and certificates.
If you’re in Bristol, you can find a great local finance tutor through the Superprof website.
With the search function, you can find the perfect finance tutor for you, based on the level of teaching experience they have, as well as their hourly rate and overall student rating. Want someone who is successful in the field and who, you can really look up to and be motivated by? Then tailor your search to find the most qualified individuals and those with the highest ratings.
If, however, you aren't fussed about their achievements so long as they know their stuff, then you might be satisfied to hire a fellow student who has a proven track record of top grades and can help you to succeed in your exams.
You can also decide to take classes either in-person or online via webcam, so you can work from the convenience of your own home if you prefer. This opens up your search to cities outside of Bristol, and possibly even internationally if you can find a time that works for you both.
Many tutors offer a sample class to first-time students, which lets you try before you buy.
The average rate of finance lessons in Bristol is £20.
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8 private finance tutors are available to teach finance lessons in Bristol and the surrounding areas.
Whether you are looking for GCSE finance support, A level tuition or degree level support, you can find the perfect teacher for you on Superprof
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Pupils scored their finance tutors on average out of five from a sample of scores.
A customer service manager from the Superprof team will be available to find a solution (by phone or e-mail during weekdays) if you have any questions about your course.
Finance is one of the toughest subjects in school and at the degree level. Many students struggle with finance throughout the school year, whether at secondary or university level. This is why finance support is so highly sought after.
With the help of a finance tutor, many students are able to better grasp the different principles of finance.
Take private finance courses to learn more about the different financal concepts with a qualified teacher. With the help of your tutor, now is the perfect occasion to learn the different finance concepts more efficiently.
Whether you want to take private lessons from the comfort of your home or at an outside location, pick your tutor and book your classes today.
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