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.
Where to study
Invaluable networking and mentoring opportunities, and financial support