Mick Jagger and Janet Jackson: Both studied Accountancy! The legendary Rolling Stones Mick Jagger studied Accounting and Finance at the London School of Economics on a scholarship. But number crunching just couldn’t get Jagger any satisfaction, and he lasted less than a year. Imagine, the 60s would have sounded very, very different had he graduated.

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And the famous female Janet Jackson studied accountancy before joining the family business. Many Platinum record and five Grammys later, the singer still states: “if I wasn’t singing, I’d probably be an accountant”.