The demand for finance and accounting professionals, including BSc Accounting and Finance graduates, is growing all the time. As more businesses continue to spring up, including the expansive need for accounting related tasks, the need for accounting professionals continues to grow. In 2018, the Financial Reporting Council calculated the number of accountancy students worldwide at around 590,000 and recorded a 2.4% increase in student numbers from 2016-17.
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The school curriculum and getting good grades has been effective in career building and getting a good job. However, due to economic development, good grades are not enough. You may do well but miss out on a job. This is because you may lack some skills the employer is keen on. Such skills are relevant to employment in the 21st century and the technology-based era. Students and graduates should do their best to learn these skills. They will give you a competitive edge in the modern economy. Here is a list of four of such skills.
Before going into the academics of a BA Hospitality Mangement, let’s first have a glimpse of what hospitality management is all about. Wikipedia defines hospitality management as the study of the hospitality industry. Hospitality management covers hotels, restaurants, cruise ships, amusement parks, destination marketing organisations, convention centres, country clubs and many more.