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Be a good person and help me [#permalink]
18 Aug 2012, 08:49
Hey folks, I know you're probably sick of answering similar questions all the time, but I really don't know what to do and therefore I need to be helped. I want to pursue the career in accounting - something I truly like and I've always been good at. For the upcoming academic year I applied to two schools: Rotterdam School of Management and Stockholm School of Economics that offer courses in Accounting & Control and Accounting & Financial Management, respectively. As I was accepted to both schools I need to make a choice and what it worse I need to make it soon.
The most important criterium for me is future job opportunities. Frankly speaking, although I am from Europe, I would like to work on some other continent. I don't know how possible it is, but this is definitely my dream. I am currently in Canada and I love it here, I also love the States and Australia. Well, even London would work. But this is is just wishful thinking, let's get to the real questions.
Which programme do you guys consider to be better? Which do you reckon may provide better job opportunities, especially in the countries previously mentioned? To make it simple: which one should I go for?
I've been to Rotterdam and I know it's not really expensive to live there. I am also sure I would be able to finish the course with decent grades. On the other hand, I don't really like the city and I would obviously learn more in Sweden since it's a 2-year programme. However, I heard Stockholm is very expensive and since I come from the considerably low-income country and my family is not very wealthy (although it would be able to support me), I am afraid this may be an issue.
As you can see, lots of stuff, lots of questions. I'm really struggling to make a choice, each options has it ups and downs. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!