- Dec 9, 2011
- where people need auditing
Both give pretty good opportunities, though Comm + Cadetship leans more towards giving an advantage in commerce jobs whilst comm/law allows for diverse options and a chance to get into law/IB (if that's your aim)Yeah. That's why my path is clear now. At the start of the year I was frantically tossing between straight comm+Cadetship or comm/law. And I keep getting mixed responses from everyone around me. Some say that option 1 is better, whilst others say option 2 is better. But at this stage, I think the decision has been made and I know what to put down for uni preferences.
I also won't waste my time applying for unsw coop. If I can't even get a Cadetship then what about coop which is more competitive omg.
Honestly sometimes it just comes down to luck, two basically identical candidates might apply but only one gets the job because the other answered something slightly different, or got the one question he couldn't answer straight away or the interviewer was just in a really bad mood that day etc... all this can be minimised by applying for everything, and sometimes luck can go your way and everything aligns...that's when you get the job (Y)
Basically I'm saying apply for Co-op because you never know, don't let these applications deter you and because Co-op's can be just as great as cadetships (apart from Finance co-op which is beast if you're keen for finance, nothing else like it)