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more about acturail sciences
11-09-2003, 02:56 PM
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more about acturail sciences
hi
i want to know more about acturail sciences and any way of studing apart from KU and State life.
is the degree of ku equivalent to that of america
and wat r the job opportunities after doin BSc in acturies from KU
also i want the handbook
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11-09-2003, 07:42 PM
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Dear Afshan,
I m surprised that the girls are more interested in actuarial sciences, anyway for information click on the following links,

http://http//www.accountancy.com.pk/foru...PIC_ID=229

http://http//www.accountancy.com.pk/foru...PIC_ID=164


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11-10-2003, 04:26 AM
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hi
i want to know more about acturail sciences and any way of studing apart from KU and State life.
is the degree of ku equivalent to that of america
and wat r the job opportunities after doin BSc in acturies from KU
also i want the handbook
afshan

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Kindly post your questions in the correct section of the forum. (Students, Careers)

I don't mean to discourage you from asking questions, but kindly check previous threads for your queries before posting a topic. Your question might be repetative.

To clear one misunderstanding here, you don't actually 'study' from Statelife, you study 'yourself'... Statelife only offers interships/on-job-training for actuarial sciences students...

The 'degree' from KU is somewhat different from the 'qualification' from Society of Actuaries (USA) or the Institute of Actuaries (UK)... Therefore, the KU degree holds considerably 'less' value than the 'qualification' one gets from the Society of Actuaries or the Institute of Actuaries... Which means, you don't get a 'degree' or a 'qualification' from Statelife, you get it from The Society of Actuaries or the Institute of Actuaries...

Not much is known about the future prospects of doing BSc in Actuarial Sciences from KU as it was recently started.

Also refer to this thread
http//www.accountancy.com.pk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=422
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