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    Provide with unique qualifications. Is it correct?

    "I think that studying Finance & Accounting will provide me with unique qualifications and in consequence interesting job offers". Is it correct? Should I put a comma after qualifications?

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    Re: Provide with unique qualifications. Is it correct?

    You need another word for 'unique'.

    Anybody else who passes the exams will have the same qualifications.

    I would not put a comma before 'and'. Many people would.

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    Re: Provide with unique qualifications. Is it correct?

    I agree entirely about replacing the word "unique". Your qualification will not be unique at all.

    I would put commas around the phrase "in consequence". In fact, I would change it to "consequently" or "as a consequence" (and enclose it in commas).
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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