I did everything the wrong way around.
Left school, got a job, bought a house qualified in CIMA.
Realised don't like being an accountant - should have thought properly before being a stubborn 17 year old that didn't want to leave their friends when parents moved away. (Hindsight is wonderful)
Anyhoo, despite feeling realtively proud of the fact that I am a passed finalist (I really will do that PER one day) by the age of 21 - i am quite miserable. Call it odd as I probably would but I feel a bit unchallenged, overpaid and unfulfilled - would much rather get paid a pittance to teach small children (primary school).
The problem here is that you need a degree to get onto a pgce - would rather not go to uni and THEN have to do pgce.
Have read about 1 year courses for people who have completed managerial level, so that is one option but I have already done all of the exams - so have read about the masters degrees you can get using CIMA as an exemption.
Is there an inbetween where I could just do a dissertation and get an undergraduate degree?!
Please help! I appreciate that most of you actually want to be accountants, I just don't like it.