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    Better in between MBA in Finance and MBA in International business for B.Tech students?

    what is better in mba finance vs international business??? i have done b.tech

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    Neha is offline Senior Member Neha is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Better in between MBA in Finance and MBA in International business for B.Tech students?

    Hello friend

    Being a B.Tech student, I would suggest you that you should not opt Finance as a Specialisation in your MBA .

    MBA Finance involves In depth knowledge of the financial aspects which are required by the managers to make strategic decision Making.

    So Finance field will require person's commitment to basics of the finance,but as a B.Tech student,you will not be having such basics clarity with you.

    So I suggest you to go for any other stream like as follows:
    1. Finance
    2. marketing,
    3. Human resource management
    4. Information Technology
    5. operations
    6. systems
    7. Purchase
    8. project management
    9. International business
    10. communication etc.
    Thanks

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    subhra prachie is offline Junior Member subhra prachie is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Better in between MBA in Finance and MBA in International business for B.Tech students?

    Dear friend

    Both the fields that you want to go for are related to commercial studies and
    being a technical student you will face a lot of difficulty and learning the managerial aspects of the above specialisations.

    There are a lots of specialisations available that have good career scope and they are the best streams for a B Tech student.

    The best streams for you are

    Marketing
    Systems
    IT
    Retail
    Human Resource
    Operations

    You can select any of them according to your area of interest and in the field that you want to work
    Make a smart choice!!!!!!!

    Good Luck!!!!!!!

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