Accounting is the “language of business”, so if you speak accounting, this internship is for you.
Internships in accounting is usually rank as more important than anything else on a resume, because you can show you have had hands-on experience within a special area of accounting. The firsthand experience in a real business environment and the ability to apply communication skills in a professional setting, is an great opportunity for aspiring accountants. Furthermore the internship will give you more qualifications on your resume.
Accounting is dealing with the measurement and dissemination of information that supports managers and other decision makers about the allocation of resources. Accounting is divide in multiple areas such as: financial accounting, management accounting, auditing and taxation:
Financial accounting is concentrating on the external part of reporting an organization’s financial information. This means to give external users such as investors, regulators and suppliers, information. Financial accounting produces past oriented reports, on an annual or quarterly basis, generally about the organization as a whole.
Management accounting focus is to measure, analysis and report, information that can help managers in making decisions to fulfill the goals of an organization. Management accounting produces future-oriented reports, and the time span of reports varies widely.
Auditing is an intern financial statement aims to express or disclaim an opinion on the financial statements. The auditor expresses an opinion on the fairness with which the financial statements presents the financial position, results of operations, and cash flows of an entity. For those who like exposure to multiple areas of business, audit is the best choice. You will work on a team that tests and documents account balances and internal control processes for clients to provide an independent opinion on their financial statements. The audit field typically offers opportunities to work on multiple engagements in various industries.
- Client balance sheet and income statement
- Financial statements and other related reports
- Meet client deadlines for preparation of reports
Taxation has many different areas such as: personal income , capital gains, corporate, goods and services, property, departure and so on.
After a successful internship, your gained knowledge of the area of accounting you selected might also show that another area of accounting is more suitable for you. Therefore you can use this internship to find out which field of accounting that is most suitable for you in your near future.
Accounting Interns’ testimonials:
“Dear Miqdad, I hope this email finds you perfectly well! I would like to say big thank you for the company you have chosen for me. I find it amazing place to work at and build career. I have already recommended your agency to many of my friends.”
Natalia, Accounting student, Charles Sturt University, Sydney, Australia
“First of all I’m really thankful to you for placing me in this internship. This experience stands much valuable for me during these years to enter the accounting industry. Thanks to Fred for providing a chance to work with him. Marion was really very helpful to show me the difference between theoretical and practical concepts of Accounting. This internship helped me to be confident to start my accounting career professionally.”
Dominic, Accounting Intern, Professional Year of Accounting , Sydney, Australia
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