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Finding the Perfect Finance Tutor in Glasgow

In the modern world, finance and accounting are an important part of everyday life and an academic subject that many aspire to study. After all, we make financial decisions almost every day and learning more about finance and accounting can help you handle your money better, make sensible investments, or work in the fields of finance, business, accounting, management, or economics.

Let's see why you should study finance, the challenges you may face, what school students can learn about finance, and how private tutoring can help both students and professionals effectively learn more about the subject.

Why You Should Study Finance

We mentioned that finance affects our everyday lives and this is the first reason it's a good idea to study it. Learning about finance, accounting, and economics can teach you about budgeting, how money works, and how you should invest it.

Studying finance is also a great way to land a job. A lot of lucrative jobs are in finance and those with the right qualifications can easily start careers. Around 95% of finance and accounting graduates find work with six months of their graduation with an average starting salary of around £22k per year.

Challenges in Finance

While there are plenty of benefits to working in finance, that doesn't mean that it's always easy. Students that struggle with mathematics will also struggle with accounting as the latter relies heavily on the former. A lot of financial university degrees have maths as a requirement for the course so if you don't like studying maths, you probably won't like studying finance that much, either.

Finance and accounting are also quite academic subjects and while the courses do often lead to jobs, they're far from hands-on subjects. While a really good teacher or tutor can bring the subject alive, you wouldn't be blamed for finding some aspects of the subject a little dry. For students that don't like sitting still, studying finance might be difficult.

Areas of Finance Studied at School

School students in Glasgow and around Scotland will have an opportunity to study National 5 Accounting and Higher Accounting. Don't worry too much about the terminology as finance and accounting overlap so much that university courses are often in either finance, accounting, or finance and accounting.

The National 5 Accounting course will teach students how accounting works in both industry and society, how to prepare, present, and interpret accounting information, to solve financial problems, and to use IT for accounting-related tasks. Those studying the National 5 Accounting course will focus mainly on financial accounting and management accounting.

After the National 5, students can study Higher Accounting. This course generally follows the teaching of the National 5 Accounting course and shows students how to solve financial problems as well as how to use spreadsheets for complex accounting tasks.

While these are both good options to learn more about accounting, don't forget that most universities require a maths qualification to study finance or accounting at an undergraduate level.

Private Finance Tutoring

If you're a student studying finance or accounting at school or university, a tutor can help you an awful lot. Since most university students spend a lot of time in large lecture halls with many other students, you may feel that the teaching isn't fully adapted to your level or how you like to be taught.

This isn't necessarily the fault of the teacher or the lecturer, but they don't always have the time or resources to tailor every session to each student's needs and skills. With a private tutor, the teaching can be adapted to you, what you need to learn, and how you like to study.

If you're getting ready for an exam, they can help you develop useful study skills and revision techniques and further explain financial, accounting, or business concepts that you mightn't have grasped during your class or lecture.

Private tutoring isn't just for students, though. Adults outside of full-time education can also learn about finance and accounting from a private tutor. Those already in finance can hone their skills or develop new ones to help them further their career. Those looking for a change of careers can be taught about business, economics, management, or finance from a private tutor and start looking for a better job.

Finding a Finance Tutor in Glasgow

If you're looking for a private tutor in Glasgow or around Scotland, consider searching for one on the Superprof website. There are thousands of tutors teaching everything from accounting and business to yoga and Zumba. On the website, you can compare tutors and their experience, education, fees, and availability.

A lot of the tutors on the platform offer the first hour or session of tutoring for free. This is a great opportunity for you to try out a few different tutors before deciding on the tutor that's right for you. It's recommended that you make a list of what you're looking for in a tutor first before you start getting in touch with potential tutors and scheduling trial lessons. If you need help with schooling, make sure that the tutors are familiar with the Scottish education system before hiring them as a lot of tutors also teach GCSEs and A Levels.

If you need to broaden your search, consider also looking for online tutors. Thanks to the internet, you can get private tuition from tutors all over the country and around the world. As long as you have a webcam and a decent internet connection, you can enjoy private tutoring from anywhere in the world and the sessions are usually cheaper as the tutor doesn't have to travel to their students. As finance is quite an academic subject, it works well even when the tutor isn't there in the room with you.

For those on a tight budget, you can always opt for group tutoring. While you won't be able to enjoy as much one-on-one tuition from your tutor, you will be able to share the cost of the tutor's time with the other members of the class. Get together some friends, colleagues, or classmates and arrange group tutorials with an experienced and qualified tutor.


💸 How much is a private finance tutor per hour in Glasgow?

The average price of finance tuition in Glasgow is £22.


Prices will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your finance tutor
  • where your lessons will be (via Skype or the student's place)
  • If you are preparing to take finance exams (CPA, CMA or ChFC for example)
  • the frequency of your lessons and the duration of each class
  • the objective of your classes. Are you taking GCSE or A level finance, or maybe studying finance at university level. Do you need help completing coursework or studying for exams

97% of our private tutors offer the 1st hour of the lesson free. Check out the prices of our finance tutors in your city.

👩‍💻 How many private tutors are available in Glasgow to give private finance lessons?

15 private finance teachers are available to give finance lessons in Glasgow and the suburban areas.

Whether you are looking for GCSE finance support, A level tuition or degree level support, you can find the perfect teacher for you with Superprof

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🏅 What is the average ranking of finance tutors in Glasgow?

Students scored their finance tutors on average 5.0 out of five from a sample of 3 scores.


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🎓 Why should you begin a private finance class in Glasgow?

Finance is one of the toughest subjects in secondary school and at the degree level. Many students struggle with finance throughout the school year, whether at secondary or university level. This is why additional finance tuition is so highly sought after.


With the help of a finance tutor, many students are able to better grasp the different principles of finance.


Our finance classes with a competent private teacher offer you the chance to master the different financal concepts more efficiently.


You simply just have to select your tutor and book your finance classes from the comfort of your home or at an outside location.


A messaging system is in place to allow you to communicate with your teacher to schedule your finance lessons whether you want to learn from the comfort of your home or take online classes.


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