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CA with SAP FICO and Japanese Language

Hello Friends,

I am Kapil studying ( final group ) to become a Chartered Accountant.I want to do SAP FICO Module from SAP Certified Education Center in Delhi,India.I have also done One Year Intensive Advanced Diploma in JAPANESE Language from Delhi University.I have also done JLPT Level 3.

I have following queries :--

1.Which one is the best SAP Education Center in Delhi both in terms of education and placement ?

2.What are the job prospects after completing CA n SAP FICO in Japan ?

I will be thankful to you if you could provide me guidanc eon the above issues ..

THANKS..

Edited by: KAPIL KUMAR singh on Apr 29, 2008 4:39 PM

Edited by: KAPIL KUMAR singh on Apr 29, 2008 4:39 PM

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 02:43 PM

    Chartered Accountancy with SAP FI-CO itself is a lethal combination. Looks like you love Japan or there is someone there whom you love. There are quite some companies in Japan that have implemented SAP (you can get into support, upgrade, enhance kinda roles) and there are also new implementations in the pipeline. As far as training goes, go to any SAP Education Partners (Siemens, etc.). Give your full time to demos and practice sessions on SAP when in training - reading books only will not help.

    Good luck.

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