I'm dng my B.Com degree nw nd I'll complete by Apr 2012 and wat can i do 2 study in UK? wat are my options. hw do i proceed further.?

I'll completing my degree soon and I'm planning to study abroad and if I need to do that, how can I proceed further...?? What is the procedure and what is the test that I've to take and what are the qualifications for studying abroad and for taking the test....???

0 54 Views | Posted 2011-10-22 03:14:19

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-24 11:11:05
    Hi,
    Universities in UK have 2 admission intake in a year, namely:
    Fall(August)
    Spring(Intake)
    So first of all you need to decide in which intake you want admission, and then accordingly you can start your application process at least 6-7 months in advance of your planned admission intake.
    As you are a B.com student you can pursue:
    MBA
    MSC/MA Finance,Accounts, Economics and many more courses.
    I order to get admission in Masters course in UK universities you need to have:
    Good academic background throughout, preferably 60% plus in graduation.
    Relevant undergraduate degree from recognized university.
    IELTS score of 6-7 bands plus, IELTS is a test w
    ...more
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    Answered by

    Amber

    2011-10-22 13:48:23
    A person without experience have a very limited choice of universities for MBA in the UK, but it is still possible. Only IELTS will be required with at least 6.5 bands. Other options are MSc in Business, International Business, Finance, Marketing, Accounting etc ~ Amber
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-22 12:54:09
    you can do MBA , you have start preparation for english proficiency test like ILTES , TOFEL or GRE

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