FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCES, MARKETING, BANKING- FINANCE & MARKETING- M.B.A. While MBA is the most popular course for students pursuing a corporate career, Finance and Marketing are the two most popular specialisations pursued by students. While a finance specialisation can lead to a high-paying job in a bank or financial institution, roles for marketing students are diverse and challenging. Though some students believe that Finance students have a more stable market, many believe that Marketing students advance faster up the corporate ladder. To further the discussion and solicit your feedback, we have identified five key differences between an MBA in Finance and an MBA in Marketing. HUMAN RESOURCES- The MBA with Specialism in Human Resource is an excellent way to supplement your MBA and gain a deeper understanding of human resources. You earn your MBA by taking courses one at a time. After three courses, you will be eligible for a Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration, and after six courses, you will be eligible for a Postgraduate Diploma. Certificate and diploma awards are formal recognition of your accomplishments; they can also be used as exit awards. Specialist awards are available at the diploma level, depending on the courses you choose. BANKING- The Finance department`s Banking specialisation provides the education required for careers in commercial and investment banking, corporate treasury, and other finance functions for which banks are the primary provider of financial services, as well as other disciplines that support banking infrastructure.
Management | Financial Manager | CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT for Master’s
Management | Human Resource Manager | CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT for Master’s
Management | Retail Manager | CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT for Master’s
Management | Marketing Manager | CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT for Master’s
| Banking Executive | CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT for Master’s
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