M.B.A FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING, BANKING- FINANCE & MARKETING- While MBA is the most sought after course for students aspiring for a corporate career, Finance and Marketing are the two most popular specialisations that students go for. While a specialisation in Finance means getting a very high-paying job in banks and financial institutions, roles for marketing students are diverse and challenging. Though some students feel that Finance students have a stable market, many feel that Marketing students climb the corporate ladder faster.In order to take the debate further and get your feedback, we enumerate five main differences between MBA in Finance and Marketing.
HUMAN RESOURCES- The MBA with Specialism in Human Resource is the ideal way to extend your MBA to meet specific career requirements and gain a deeper understanding of human resource.You work towards your MBA on a course-by-course basis. After completing three courses, you are eligible for a Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration, and after six courses for a Postgraduate Diploma. The certificate and diploma awards are formal recognition of your progress; they can also be used as exit awards. Specialist awards are available at diploma level depending on your choice of courses.
BANKING- A specialization in Banking, offered through the Finance department, provides the education necessary for careers in commercial and investment banking, corporate treasury and other finance functions for which banks are a primary provider of financial services and other disciplines that support banking infrastructure.
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