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    Possibility to do MBA after ICWA?

    Is ICWA better than CA for a student not wishing to slog much?

    What options do i have if I want to continue studying after ICWA? what courses can be done?

    Can we do MBA after doing ICWA?

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    Re: Possibility to do MBA after ICWA?


    ICWA and CA both have good opportunities and you can get good job after doing it. One course is related to Cost Account and another is related to Chartered account. Both are distance course. In both the course you can get good and royal jobs in India and also in abroad. The fees structure and course structure of both the courses are also same.

    There are three programmes or stages you have to pass to get the degree. Foundation course, Intermediate course and Final course and interview. The eligibility criteria for foundation course is 10+2 with any board with a recognized university.

    The eligibility criteria for Intermediate course is Graduation with any stream from a recognized university. You can skip Foundation course and go directly to the Intermediate course after graduation. But you can go for Final course after completing Intermediate course. You cannot go for Final course directly.

    After final course you have to go for Training. After completing training you will get degree and you will get good job in any company. Don't worry you can go for any of both the course. Best of luck.

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