Business and Social Sciences

Business and Social Sciences Career Options

After you have completed your Business Studies course you have a range of potential Career options. The following links will help you research the types of skills you have picked up on your course and also the opportunities that now exist for you.

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The options for a student who has completed a course in Business Administration are varied. Students will have the option of following Careers within a clerical field within the public or private sectors and students will also have the option of following a route into business studies related positions. This course exposes students to a high level of Information Technology skills which will be invaluable in any future work setting.

The following links will help you research the types of skills you have picked up on your course and also the opportunities that now exist for you.

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The following links and information will help you into a Career in Accountancy and help explain many of the Career options that are available to you. In order to obtain a professional accountancy qualification, you will need to follow your degree with further study, leading to professional exams, together with a period of approved work experience (usually three years). This will be carried out in conjunction with one of the four main accountancy bodies which are listed below.

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After you have completed your Business Studies with Tourism / Recreation and Leisure you have a range of potential Career options. The following links will help you research the types of skills you have picked up on your course and also the opportunities that now exist for you.

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Upon completion of our Social Studies degree graduates often work with people experiencing crisis or people who are socially excluded. Their aim will be to provide support to enable service users to help themselves. They maintain professional relationships with service users, acting as a guide, advocate or as a critical friend.

This course also contains a number of practical work placements which leaves students in a strong position to enter work with an awareness of the types of client they will be dealing with, and an awareness of the skills they require.

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Students of the Early Childhood studies degree are well placed to enter work in relevant setting such as crèches and childcare centres. The importance of quality provision has received much media attention in recent years and the government have committed to the expansion of provision in this field for the foreseeable future.

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