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  • The Difference between American and British Actuary courses

    Hello
    I have heard that there are two different kind of Actuary education systems
    There is one that is situated in America and the other one is situated in Britain.

    If i learn from one the American version of actuary, will i have a problem trying to get employed in a country that uses the British version of Actuary

    i'm not sure how to word this post correctly so forgive me for my extremmely bad english

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    It's important that you pass exams for the country you would like to work in. I'm not sure about this, but I think some of the earlier exams might be transferable in different systems.
    Whether you are the lion or the gazelle, when the sun comes up, you better be running.

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      Originally posted by Ken View Post
      It's important that you pass exams for the country you would like to work in. I'm not sure about this, but I think some of the earlier exams might be transferable in different systems.
      Ken's about got it - here's a table of what exams you can get credit for through the SOA if you take the Institute of Actuary exams.

      http://www.soa.org/ccm/content/exams...stitute-exams/

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