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    MBA or M.Arch. after B.Arch.?

    With b.arch is it worth opting for mba degree? Or should i opt for m.arch.?

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    Bachelor jatt is offline Junior Member Bachelor jatt is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MBA or M.Arch. after B.Arch.?

    ...dear frnd...
    MBA is better option after B.arch.
    After MBA You great oppertunity for job.
    Gud luck.

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    harshverma77@yahoo.in is offline Junior Member harshverma77@yahoo.in is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MBA or M.Arch. after B.Arch.?

    It depends upon which profile you want to work upon after your degree. If architecture attracts you more, continue in your field. If you would like to work on administrator or manager profile go for MBA.Before joining aninstitution you must visit website of the university to check theinstitution on the ground of year of establishment, growth rate,faculty profile, courses offered, curriculum and pedagogy, feestructure and scholarship, placements and international tie-ups.
    Some other GoodUniversities you can think of is Lovely Professional University,Sharda University and Amrita University.

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    Re: MBA or M.Arch. after B.Arch.?

    Hi,,

    You should Try the following solution

    >> you can Be apply a Government Job so, you have to Minimum Graduation are complete

    >> So, you have to complete your B.Atch

    >> so, One Option is Join Government job and second on you can Apply a MBA course

    >> MBA is as Marketing and Finance Course

    >> MBA is 2 year course and This is Best on the World

    >> So, Many Opportunity To In your Career

    >> One think you choose a Finance so, you can handle Loan Department

    >> And second you can join a Marketing so, No More on

    >> Only you can Increase you career and Field Work You can Choose it

    >> I hope this information are useful

    ALL THE BEST

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