Statement of Objective

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Goal:
Seek to grow in the field of accounting by gaining knowledge of the ongoing changes in the accounting environment. The master’s course in accounting shall further help me reach my goal to become a CPA.
Statement of objective:
After more than 6 year's full time work experience in the field of accounting with various reputed firms like XYZ, ABC, PQR and a little over 2 years of volunteering experience with a CPA firm in accounting, I want to return to academic study and undertake graduate studies in masters of accountancy to broaden my scope in this field.
After graduating with a first class degree in Masters of Accounting from University of XX, I felt I should gain some practical experience working in an accounting environment to gain first-hand knowledge. I have loved every minute of my work: especially the opportunity to participate in projects involving fund accounting for new product and discuss solutions with the verticals across the department in different parts of the world. I soon realized that, although I enjoy handling the complex projects involving new products, I am not going to be satisfied with carrying out routine procedures under the direction of others. I want to be part of the team that directs the course of the project. My senior colleagues have encouraged my ambition and feel that I have the potential for continuing my graduate studies.
My love for accounting started during high school. My dad who was an accountant inspired me and it was he who helped me develop further interests in it. While I would struggle with my accounting assignments, he would help me solve the same with his practical accounting knowledge. He also encouraged me to go through the accounts in the annual reports of the companies for which he was a shareholder of. That is how I went ahead in this field to do a bachelor and later masters in accounting.
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