Make your technical mark in the history books with BU

As the economy is growing rapidly, one of the most dominating fields in the finance sector is the profession of chartered accountants.

A rewarding, yet dynamic profession.

One of those who agree with this is Masechacho Dichaba, the female who holds the record of the youngest chartered accountant graduate in Lesotho.

Well, it’s not magic, it just required her to apply for the course of choice and study hard!

Perhaps you have strong communication skills? Good analytics, passion for calculations or even problem-solving skills?

Well, then this course is for you!

Masechacho graduated at age 19, making her the youngest chartered accountant graduate in Lesotho.

She even went above that by scooping awards at the Centre of Accounting Studies held in Maseru a few years ago. Pretty smart isn’t it?

Although people would say that it’s hard to get a job right after graduating, but not in this sector.

Masechacho found a job while still studying, which prepared her for the challenges and obstacles in the accounting industry.

Now, get to understand what a chartered accountant is…

A chartered accountant is a person who is an expert in related fields like auditing, taxation, and accounting.

Businesses, corporation and sometimes even individuals want to hire a chartered accountant for many financial and accounting matters that are sensitive and require someone who has the knowledge to undertake them.

An AAT – Association of Accounting Technicians degree will be your gateway to a range of exciting career opportunities both nationally and internationally.

Chartered accountants are in constant demand everywhere… So job opportunities? secured!

Still not convinced? Here are some of the reasons why should consider this course:

-Earning potential

-Work variety to work in different organisations

-Ability to start own company

-A consisted career path

-Gain entrepreneurial skills

-Chartered accountants earn a very good salary even when they are still in training.

Quench your desire with Botho University and leave a mark like Masechacho did.

Study for an AAT – Association of Accounting Technicians and start making your mark today.

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About Gloria Masia

A South African based journalist who is fascinated about storytelling. Although she is new in the industry with less than two years of industry experience, she is excited to learn more. Gloria loves to travel and learn about other cultures. She is currently a full time journalist/creative writer with CMG Marketing Communications t/a CreativeMagic Group.

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