Should you Opt for MBA in Finance

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MBA Finance is becoming a popular choice among the many specializations offered in the MBA course. Although all MBA programmes provides the basic knowledge of business and finance principles, An MBA in Finance better equipped one to face the cut-throat competition of a dynamic business environment.

MBA or Master of Business Administration is one of the best known and among the most recognized degrees in the world today, to start finance career. Be it public sector or private sector, be it an NGO or a Government job, an MBA degree holder today, undoubtedly scores better over a non-holder. Most companies prefer MBA’s for their top management positions. An MBA degree improves the marketability of the candidates in the job market.

MBA course can be completed in one of the many ways that most universities offer like Regular two years Course, a part-time MBA course, distance learning or Online programmes. Quite a number of Distance learning MBA’s are earned to enhance career prospects. The Institutions offering part-time MBA courses conduct classes either in the evenings after working-hours or during week-ends over a 2 year period. Many of the Universities and Colleges also offer an Executive MBA commonly known as the E-MBA specially designed to improve the career prospects of working business professionals.

It gives the working Managers and Executives a chance to upgrade their management skills. The employers these days are realizing the many benefits of sending their employees for an Executive MBA. The employees get a chance to improve their managerial and leadership skills and directly bring ideas from the ‘class room to the Board room’. It is a win-win situation both sides because the employers get a reinforced loyalty from the employee and the employee gets to earn a much sought after degree without taking a break from his or her job.

The starting salaries of a qualified MBA are ranges from 3 lacs to 15 lacs however it a factor of candidate’s capability and the profile of employer. Most of the jobs are in the field of financial services like Banks, brokers, NBFC or Asset Management companies. The work profile ranges from Marketing and Sales, Bank office, Customer Service, Relationship Management, Risk  Management and so on….

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