Rural Accountants prepare financial statements, record the amount of money spent and received, check budgets and do GST.
Generally, Rural Accountants have a Bachelor’s degree in:
- Agricultural Commerce
- Accounting / Economics
- Business Studies
Find out more about being a Rural Accountant at CareersNZ.
Recommended secondary school subjects include English, Biology, Chemistry, Statistics and Modelling; Science, Maths with Calculus, Economics / Accounting, Geography.
It’s preferred you have a tertiary qualification. Find out about the course, the campus, city life, and lifestyle you can expect, find out where to study.