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  • 15th November 2011 09:02 AM
    Sreeram B

    Re: Is it possible to take up MBA Finance course after completing graduation in B.A stream?

    Hello my dear aspirant,

    Yes,you are eligible to pursue MBA in finance after completing your graduation in B.A. your graduation is not a problem to select specialization in MBA.it is completely your wish.every candidate have the chance to select their interested specialization without considering their stream in the graduation.

    To apply for MBA course,you have to qualify in entrance test,it is mandatory to every person.some of the MBA entrance exams are;

    1.CAT
    2.MAT
    3.GMAT
    4.XAT
    5.SNAP
    6.GAT
    7.ICET
    8.IIFT entrance test;

    To apply for all the above entrance exams,you must satisfy following eligibility criteria;

    1.You must be completed graduation from recognized university with 50% of marks and 5% relaxation is given for SC and ST candidates.

    2.There is age limit

    My suggestion try to do MBA from top business schools,where you will be having huge scope to get good opportunities.to get admissions in top business schools then you must get good percentile in CAT entrance exam.

    Now a day's number of MNCs are recruiting MBA finance candidates.some of the companies which are recruiting MBA finaNce candidates are Broadridge financial solutions,Factset,capital IQ,Shore Infotech,JP Morgon,HDFC Bank,ICICI Bank,Axis Bank,Yes bank,Citi Bank,Bank of America,FT,Barkadia etc.
  • 17th August 2011 12:05 AM
    Rahul k

    Re: Is it possible to take up MBA Finance course after completing graduation in B.A stream?

    Yes, You can Take MBA Finance as Your major Specialization after completing Graduation in B.A.

    To Choose Specialization in MBA is totally depends on you, If you are Interested in Finance then You can take Finance, If you are confident that you can easily handle the Finance Specialization easily then there is no issue to opt Finance as your Major or Minor Specialization.

    The Finance is not Difficult, If you Practice regulary and Touch with books Regularly then you can easily Opt the Finance as your Major Specialization any stream candidates can choose Finance Specialization in MBA Course.

    >> MBA is the Two Year Post graduate degree course and to apply for this course you need to completed your Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University and You must have to cracked the Entrance examination like CAT/MAT. On the Basis of CAT/MAT scores You are eligible to apply for MBA Course.

    Candidates Need to choose the major and Minor Specialization in 2nd Year and candidates can choose according to his Area Interest. If you are interested in Finance and Accounting Jobs then Finance is the best Option and If you are Interested to touch with consumers then you can choose Marketing as your Major Specialization, And You can also Opt HR (Human Resource) as your Major and Minor Specialization.

    >> So, please dont worry If you like to make your career in accounting field then Finance is the Good choice and you can easily cover the Finance, If you have done your BA, you have to put some extra efforts, then definitely you can do MBA in Finance as your Major Specialization.

    So, please be confident and choose what you like, If you are Interested in Finance then Opt Finance as your Major Specialization and If you have any Doubt, then please contact your Faculty they will guide you properly.
  • 8th August 2011 06:10 PM
    Unregistered

    Is it possible to take up MBA Finance course after completing graduation in B.A stream?

    Hey hii

    Is it possible to take up MBA Finance course after completing graduation in B.A stream?

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